Here's a chimney, in the process of blending in to the background:
The village school.
And here's a ford, running across the road next to a house that was originally a fifteenth century blowing house (used for smelting tin). I don't seem to have photographed the blowing house, but it had many incarnations after its mining one, including being a cornmill and a stamping house and now an actual house that people still live in - so I suspect it wasn't recognisably part of the mine. One of the hard bits about photographing these mines is working out which bits are mines.
This was one of the nineteenth century engine houses. This one is thought to be from the mid-to-late nineteenth century, and originally had three floors.
I think this is *probably* a gated off adit running into the same mine, from the location and shape of it, but there doesn't seem to be anything on the HER record about it, so it's probably not a very major one.