- Cockle Creek Smelter
The smelter was built in by Sulphide Corporation Limited in 1896 and the first attempts to refine zinc using the Ashcroft Process began in 1897 and was abandoned shortly after due to technical difficulties.
The smelter closed in September 2003, as it had become uneconomic.
- Newcastle Industrial Heritage Association - "The Sulphide"
- Newcastle Industrial Heritage Association - "Pasminco Smelter"
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