Coal Mining in North East England

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a poster with the names and cities of north east countries in red, yellow and blue
A2 map featuring the collieries of North East England by Tangled Worm #mining #durham #northumberland #maps #gifts
An early 19th century illustration of the famous Hetton Colliery near Hetton-le-Hole Anglo Saxon, Mary Ann Cotton, 19th Century Illustration, Bob Paisley, George Stephenson, John Harrison, The Old Days
An early 19th century illustration of the famous Hetton Colliery near Hetton-le-Hole
an old photo of men in suits and ties posing for a group photograph with the caption'30 survivores of the west stanley college explosion durham '
Survivors of the Stanley pit disaster
two men standing next to each other with horses on a foggy field in the background
North faces: John Bulmer's photographs of life in northern England
Durham (1965) Pit ponies at Waldridge colliery at the start of their shift. In 1965 the Sunday Times magazine wrote: ‘The Coal Board, sensitive to criticism from animal lovers, ensures that the ponies are well cared for ... Conditions are so improved that the Pit Pony Protection Society now has little to do but urge the Coal Board to give every pony a surface holiday once a year and hurry its mechanisation to free the ponies completely’
an old fashioned blender with two different parts
X. It’s what’s happening
The first trial of a Davy lamp with a wire sieve was at Hebburn Colliery on 9 January 1816.
a black and white logo with the words burning museum on it's back side
Durham Mining Museum
Durham Mining Museum. The website includes an extract taken from The History, Topography, and Directory of the County Palatine of Durham by Francis Whellan. Second edition published in 1894.
an oil painting of people standing in front of a building with a crane on top
Glebe Colliery, County Durham | Art UK
Glebe Colliery, County Durham