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Long Lane Colliery - Northern Mine Research Society

COLLIERY LONG LANE LOCATION Ashton-in-Makerfield (Approx. ¾ mile east of Bryn station on the LNWR St Helens – Wigan line). OWNERS Garswood Coal Iron Co. Ltd to 1929 Garswood Hall Collieries Co. Ltd 1929 – 1946 National Coal Board 1947 –

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Quakerhouse Colliery, Ashton-in-Makerfield

2011-10-1  Quakerhouse Colliery was a private mine using the traditional pillar and stall method of working, where coal was left in to support the roof. c1974

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A History of Three Sisters Recreation Area Ashton-in ...

2020-10-2  A LITTLE of the HISTORY of ASHTON-in- MAKERFIELD THE coal mining industry which despoiled much of south Lancashire's pastoral appearance, resulted at Bryn in the formation of huge conical spoil heaps - the Three Sisters for which the recreation area was named, and which were often humorously referred to by locals as the 'Wigan Alps'!

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Mining disasters in Lancashire - Engole

Ince-in-Makerfield: The Ince Hall Coal and Cannel Company’s colliery [17] worked the Arley mine at a depth of 414 yards It was one of a cluster of eight pits about one mile

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A short history of coal mining in Wigan and Leigh by ...

2020-9-10  A short history of coal mining in Wigan and Leigh by Mining Historian Ian Winstanley on behalf of the Carbon Landscape partnership Wigan is built on coal. There is evidence that the Romans dug coal in the area where it outcropped but the first written record of coal in the area comes from court records in 1246 when there is a case

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Ian Winstanley - Northern Mine Research Society

‘The Compleat Collier’ is probably the first treatise on coal mining and was first published in 1708. ‘The Romance of Coal’ was an example of an early public relations document produced in the early 1930’s and gives a detailed account of Richard Evans and Co.,

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Mining Texts - The Coal Mining History Resource Centre

2021-2-8  DAY IN THE PIT, 1879 A wonderful contempory desciption from the 'Colliery Guardian'. (Text file) WEEP MOTHERS WEEP . The story of the Wood Pit explosion, Haydock, 7th June 1878. Out of print. Approx 34 A4 pages. (PDF file) THE DAVY LAMP A FEW WORDS on the Nature and Utility of the DAVY SAFETY LAMP, Addressed to the Coal Miners. Book of instructions as to the uses of the Davy

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Vanilla Circus - The Coal Mining History Resource Centre

2021-2-8  Map 22. Map 23. Map 24 A B. Map 25 A B. Map 26. Map 27 A B. Map 28. Map 29. Map 30 A B.

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Parsonage Colliery - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

2019-4-30  Parsonage Colliery Last updated April 30, 2019 Parsonage Colliery in 1980. Parsonage Colliery was a coal mine operating on the Lancashire Coalfield in Leigh, then in the historic county of Lancashire, England.The colliery, close to the centre of Leigh

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Quakerhouse Colliery, Ashton-in-Makerfield

2011-10-1  Quakerhouse Colliery was a private mine using the traditional pillar and stall method of working, where coal was left in to support the roof. c1974

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Long Lane Colliery - Northern Mine Research Society

COLLIERY LONG LANE LOCATION Ashton-in-Makerfield (Approx. ¾ mile east of Bryn station on the LNWR St Helens – Wigan line). OWNERS Garswood Coal Iron Co. Ltd to 1929 Garswood Hall Collieries Co. Ltd 1929 – 1946 National Coal Board 1947 –

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Leyland Green, Ashton in Makerfield

2021-5-10  Green Road Site (ref: Legacy Coal Mining Constraints Plan, Leyland Farm, Ashton-in-Makerfield, 19-0698.05, 13 Nov 2019). In summary; the Site is known to have the following constraints with respect to the coal mining legacy; Numerous (18 on or close to Site) former mine shafts and adits with only partial records relating to treatment of

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Mining disasters in Lancashire - Engole

Ince-in-Makerfield: The Ince Hall Coal and Cannel Company’s colliery [17] worked the Arley mine at a depth of 414 yards It was one of a cluster of eight pits about one mile east of Wigan near the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. Although it was a fiery seam, the coal

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Ian Winstanley - Northern Mine Research Society

‘The Compleat Collier’ is probably the first treatise on coal mining and was first published in 1708. ‘The Romance of Coal’ was an example of an early public relations document produced in the early 1930’s and gives a detailed account of Richard Evans and Co.,

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Hindley Colliery, Wigan, Greater Manchester, England, UK

Hindley Colliery, Wigan, Greater Manchester, England, UK : Mine Owner(s): 1855-1860 Kirkless Hall Colliery Co. 1865-1875 Wigan Coal Iron Co.

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Three Sisters - RacingCircuitsfo

Coal mining ceased in 1958 but it took another 20 years before the slag heaps - also known somewhat affectionately to locals as the 'Wigan Alps' - were landscaped into a 44-hectare country park and woodland, with the karting circuit as a slightly unlikely centrepiece! ... Three Sisters Circuit is located in Ashton-in-Makerfield, near Wigan, in ...

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Parsonage Colliery - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

2019-4-30  Parsonage Colliery Last updated April 30, 2019 Parsonage Colliery in 1980. Parsonage Colliery was a coal mine operating on the Lancashire Coalfield in Leigh, then in the historic county of Lancashire, England.The colliery, close to the centre of Leigh

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List of collieries in Lancashire since 1854 - WikiMili ...

2020-2-27  The Lancashire Coalfield was one of the most prolific in England. The number of shafts sunk to gain coal number several thousand, for example, in 1958, Wigan undertook a survey of old shafts and located 500. In 1995 following several years of redevelopment across the Wigan Metropolitan Borough by th

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Bastian Family

Wigan is close to Ashton in Makerfield where Josiah was living in 1901. Josiah is shown as a coal miner in 1911 census. They are listed in the census close to George Pawson. This section was originally homesteaded by John Nordstrom in October 1904. Wilfrid and his wife Selina Bastian owned a fur shop in Estevan until the early 50's on 5th St..

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Leyland Green, Ashton in Makerfield

2021-5-10  Green Road Site (ref: Legacy Coal Mining Constraints Plan, Leyland Farm, Ashton-in-Makerfield, 19-0698.05, 13 Nov 2019). In summary; the Site is known to have the following constraints with respect to the coal mining legacy; Numerous (18 on or close to Site) former mine shafts and adits with only partial records relating to treatment of

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UK Polling Report

Main population centres: Ashton-in-Makerfield, Winstanley, Hindley, Orrell. Profile: A constituency of small, traditional former mill and coal mining towns deep in the South Lancashire coalfield. Politics: Makerfield is monumentally, toweringly safe for Labour. Along with predecessor seats it has been held by Labour for over a century and in ...

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Durham Mining Museum - Long Lane Colliery (UK)

Ashton-in-Makerfield 3 miles [5 km] S of Wigan Map Ref: (Sheet 108 Liverpool, Southport and Wigan) SD581002, 53° 29' 48" N, 2° 37' 54" W: Opened: Closed: Owners: Garswood Coal and Iron Co., Ltd. Garswood Hall Collieries Co., Ltd. 1947 - National Coal Board (N.C.B.) Output: 1896 - Nos. 1 and 2 - Coal. 1947 - Coal: Gas, Household, Manufacturing ...

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James Bradshaw - Hillcrest Mine Disaster Data

2015-11-13  1881 Ashton in Makerfield, age 14, occupation labourer in a coal mine; 1891 Ashton, Lancashire, age 23, occupation Collier coal mine; 1901 Ashton in Makerfield, Lancashire, age 33 (or 35), occupation coal miner hewer; 1911 Wigan, Lancashire, Immigration to Canada. 1912 Ship Laurentic going to Frank, Alberta to join his son.

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Hindley Colliery, Wigan, Greater Manchester, England, UK

Hindley Colliery, Wigan, Greater Manchester, England, UK : Mine Owner(s): 1855-1860 Kirkless Hall Colliery Co. 1865-1875 Wigan Coal Iron Co.

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Menu - Ian Winstanley

2010-2-7  The Coal Mining History Resource Centre. Ian Winstanley is a retired teacher (science, not history!) who now spends most of his time researching and writing about mining history. His interest stems from the memories of his maternal grandfather who was born in Haydock, Lancashire about 1880 and spent his working life in the Haydock collieries ...

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Three Sisters - RacingCircuitsfo

Coal mining ceased in 1958 but it took another 20 years before the slag heaps - also known somewhat affectionately to locals as the 'Wigan Alps' - were landscaped into a 44-hectare country park and woodland, with the karting circuit as a slightly unlikely centrepiece! ... Three Sisters Circuit is located in Ashton-in-Makerfield, near Wigan, in ...

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History of coal mining - Find link - Edward Betts

Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.. Longer titles found: History of coal mining in the United States () searching for History of coal mining 140 found (191 total) alternate case: history of coal mining Whitsett, Pennsylvania (555 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article have been renovated and turned into single-family dwellings.

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Taylorton- John Edwardson Family

John Edwardson family. John Edwardson (Sr.) b- Apr 22, 1864 in Ashton in Makerfield, Lancashire, England. d- Mar 13, 1948, age 83. buried in Bienfait SK Cemetery. Occupation- Steam Engineer in 1911 in coal mine in Taylorton. left England May 30, 1907 on SS Tunisian, arrived in Canada, June 7, 1907.

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Completed +Can someone explain colliery surface worker ...

2007-9-17  Pit brow lassies. Women and girls who worked at a myriad of tasks around the 'pit top' e.g. loading and off-loading the cage, sorting the coal on the 'picking tables' and in the 'screens', bagging coal etc. After nationalisation (1947) the work of the 'pit brow lassies' was gradually taken over by men. Stan

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