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A detailed list of what minerals were extracted by which quarries and mines may be found in the British Geological Survey's Directory of Mines and Quarries 2010 which can be accessed at:
The directory indicates that there were over 1,250 active mines and quarries in England in 2010 (excluding rail heads and wharves), extracting 22 types of mineral. The minerals extracted included coal, sand and gravel, limestone, peat, clay and shale, sandstone, chalk, slate, silica sand, china clay and igneous and metamorphic rock.