General view of an Alum works in the Whitby area Yorkshire Steeping crumbled ore in water in pits to dissolve out salts which will be processed to produce alum Alum which is used in the tanning and dyeing industries was extensively quarried on the North Yorkshire coast from the early th century until around with dramatic effects on the areas landscape which are still clearly visible today From The Costume of Yorkshire by George Walker Leeds
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