The loading ramp for the Huntcliffe mine borders the railway line which still runs to Boulby Potash mine.
Just to the south of the ramp are the foundation of an engine house used for haulage.
The fanhouse itself is on the opposite side of the railway.
In the field on the landward side is a small area of collapsed tunnel which allows access to the base of the shaft inside the building.
Heres the same shaft seen from inside
A large void remains in the middle of the structure where the fan was once located.
In the bottom of the pit is a doorway and a view up the chimney.
However much time you spend here, its hard to escape the prying eyes.