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The ruins of the Seldom Seen Engine House
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Formerly a beam engine used to pump water from nearby mining works. Renovated in the late 1980s. The name 'Seldom Seen' was given to this location because it was reputedly haunted, but the ghost was seldom seen. The photograph was taken for the Three Valley's Project. This project has provided a link between three existing sections of the Trans-Pennine Trail, which runs from Southport to Hornsea. Their work was carried out on the Chesterfield Canal Greenway, the Beighton-Staveley Trail and the Arkwright Line.