Armouth Wath is located at the meeting of two small streams at the head of Baysdale.
A pair of old stone bridges cross the streams, as well as some more modern pipes.
A ruined building stand by the track, it looks more industrial than the domestic as I couldn’t spot any chimneys or fireplaces.
About 100m to the South-West is a small single roomed structure
The main area of mining is to the side of the stream, north of the buildings. Three collapses running perpendicular the stream can be seen, the first of which contains a lot of rubble.
Within this largest depression stands a small arch, which presumably was once the mine entrance.
Downstream is a nice waterfall probably rarely seen due to the remoteness of the site.
To the South-East is evidence of the existance of Black Hagg Pit.
We found a fair amount of coal lying around in the area, and found it to burn very well in the pub at Commondale on the way home.