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Wheal Prosper Engine House dates to back to around circa 1860. There was a 30 inch pumping engine here which had almost nothing to do, only making about two strokes in three minutes, it is suggested that the “Engine House” contained a 20 inch Stamping and Winding engine. The stone work is Killas rubble with dressed granite quoins and jambstones. It was restored from a ruin in 1970 by historic England.The Wheal Prosper Engine House can be found on the egde of the coast near to the village of Rinsey, Cornwall, England.