Easington Colliery Map

Maps Below are a list of maps which you can look at on this website showing you the coast walks.

John Davies, Easington Colliery

Easington Colliery.

Easington Colliery, Infants School - this is the school I went to, now it stands derelict.

Easington Colliery, Infants School - this is the school I went to, now it stands derelict.

https://flic.kr/p/85Dzez | 10th north Low Main sub-return, Easington Colliery | 10th north Low Main sub-return after 1951 disaster. Easington Colliery, 1954. Photo Number: 21085 Date: 1954 From the <a href="http://www.beamishcollections.com/" rel="nofollow">Beamish Museum Photo Archive.</a>

north Low Main sub-return after 1951 disaster. Easington Colliery, Photo Number: 21085 Date: 1954 From the Beamish Museum Photo Archive.

AA92/07043. Easington Colliery And Housing, Easington Colliery, County Durham. Photographer: Bob Skingle. For more information or to search our collections please click on the image.

AA92/07043. Easington Colliery And Housing, Easington Colliery, County Durham. Photographer: Bob Skingle. For more information or to search our collections please click on the image.

Easington Colliery Primary School - Chairs in a classroom

The Primary School in Easington Colliery near Durham opened in 1913 and could accommodate children. It closed in the late and has stood empty ever since.

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The Primary School in Easington Colliery near Durham opened in 1913 and could accommodate children. It closed in the late and has stood empty ever since.

Easington Colliery Primary School - Sunlight floods into a decaying classroom

Abandoned Easington Colliery Primary School opened in 1911 in a busy County Durham mining community. Its old classrooms are now like an eerie time capsule.

All sizes | 3rd north drift, Easington Colliery | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

North drift, Easington Colliery, showing crushed zone after disaster of Photo Number: 21069 Date: September 1954 From the Beamish Museum Photo Archive.

While this is a picture of a London miners strike it relates to my topic. Because both groups fought for similar goals against unfair and corrupt bosses.

Here Are Some of the Most Moving Images of the Miners' Strike

By spending eight months in a Durham pit village, Keith Pattison found out that the longest strike in British history wasn& all about cops and miners punching each other in the head. In doing so, he took some of the dispute& most poignant images.

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The Primary School in Easington Colliery near Durham opened in 1913 and could accommodate children. It closed in the late and has stood empty ever since.

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