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VI. Description of the Tunnel of the Tavistock Canal, through Morwel Down, in the County of Devon
Transactions of the Geological Society of London
MORWEL Down is a hill, lying between the River Tamar, which divides the counties of Devon and Cornwall, and the River Tavy, which rises in the forest of Dartmoor; and after passing the town of Tavistock, flows on the eastern side of Morwel Down, and falls into the Tamar* a few miles nearer Plymouth. The neck of high land separating these rivers, extends southwards from Morwel Down, and includes the parish of Beer, in which are situated the Beeralstone Lead and Silver Mines, not far from thedoi:10.1144/transgsla.4.146 fatcat:zccqhzmedzbmdoq67fqqwg2q5i