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Coal Mouse Mat Collection

Coal mines and collieries

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Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Fleischmann - Mining Memorial DP169357

Fleischmann - Mining Memorial DP169357
Anderton Shearer Mining Memorial, 1963-5, bronze sculpture by Arthur Fleischmann. Originally sited as a fountain at The National Coal Board, Anderton House, Lowton, Lancashire

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Brodsworth Main Colliery EPW012843

Brodsworth Main Colliery EPW012843
BRODSWORTH MAIN COLLIERY, Adwick-le-Street, South Yorkshire. Aerial photograph taken in May 1925. The Colliery was opened in 1905 and closed in 1990

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Clipstone Colliery DP137964

Clipstone Colliery DP137964
Clipstone Colliery, Clipstone, Nottinghamshire. 1953 to the designs of architects Young and Purves of Manchester. General view of listed headstocks and power house

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Delivering a dragline excavator JLP01_08_001556

Delivering a dragline excavator JLP01_08_001556
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE. A Pickfords low loader transporting a W90 walking dragline excavator to Whitley Bay opencast coal site

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Jane Pit 35139_037

Jane Pit 35139_037
The remains of Jane Pit, a 19th century undersea coal mine, Mossbay, Cumbria, 2021

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Clipstone Colliery 35050_020

Clipstone Colliery 35050_020
Headstocks and Powerhouse at the site of the former Clipstone Colliery, which finally closed in April 2003. The structures are Grade II listed, Clipstone, Nottinghamshire, 2021

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Clipstone Colliery 35050_013

Clipstone Colliery 35050_013
Headstocks and Powerhouse at the site of the former Clipstone Colliery, which finally closed in April 2003. The structures are Grade II listed, Clipstone, Nottinghamshire, 2021

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Clipstone Colliery 35050_012

Clipstone Colliery 35050_012
Headstocks and Powerhouse at the site of the former Clipstone Colliery, which finally closed in April 2003. The structures are Grade II listed, Clipstone, Nottinghamshire, 2021

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Snibston Colliery 35007_012

Snibston Colliery 35007_012
Snibston Colliery, Leicestershire, 2021

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Snibston Colliery 35007_018

Snibston Colliery 35007_018
Winding gear and creeper system at Snibston Colliery, Leicestershire, 2021

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Chatterley Whitfield Colliery 35037_002

Chatterley Whitfield Colliery 35037_002
Chatterley Whitfield Colliery, City of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, 2021

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Seaham Colliery CCX_14349_02

Seaham Colliery CCX_14349_02
Seaham Colliery, Seaham, County Durham. Begun in 1849, it was producing coal into the 1980s before final closure in 1993. At it height, in 1914, the colliery employed 2

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Woodhorn Colliery Museum 28909_011

Woodhorn Colliery Museum 28909_011
Woodhorn Colliery Museum, Northumberland, 2016. Showing the Blacksmiths Workshop and Joiners shop. NZ2888

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Woodhorn Colliery Museum 28909_008

Woodhorn Colliery Museum 28909_008
Woodhorn Colliery Museum, Northumberland, 2016. NZ2888

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Opencast mining JLP01_08_000355

Opencast mining JLP01_08_000355
A view of an unidentified opencast coal mine with Laing excavators extracting coal in the foreground. This image was catalogued as part of the Breaking New Ground Project in partnership with the John

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Carringtons Coppice Opencast Colliery JLP01_08_001293

Carringtons Coppice Opencast Colliery JLP01_08_001293
CARRINGTONs COPPICE OPENCAST COLLIERY, SMALLEY, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE. A small team of men at work in the opencast mine at Carringtons Coppice as an excavator looms overhead

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Carringtons Coppice Opencast Colliery JLP01_08_001293

Carringtons Coppice Opencast Colliery JLP01_08_001293
CARRINGTONs COPPICE OPENCAST COLLIERY, SMALLEY, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE. The last tons of coal being extracted from the opencast mine at Carringtons Coppice, with a 178 ft deep cut looming above

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Gairs Colliery 28499_025

Gairs Colliery 28499_025
Former Gairs Colliery with adits, spoil heaps, tramway and ruins of one building, Hanging Crag, Cumbria, 2013

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Gairs Colliery 28499_019

Gairs Colliery 28499_019
Former Gairs Colliery with adits, spoil heaps, tramway and ruins of one building, Hanging Crag, Cumbria, 2013

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Gairs Colliery 28499_017

Gairs Colliery 28499_017
Former Gairs Colliery with adits, spoil heaps, tramway and ruins of one building, Hanging Crag, Cumbria, 2013

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Danebower Colliery 28491_043

Danebower Colliery 28491_043
Danebower Colliery Ventilation Chimney, Cheshire East, 2013

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Carringtons Coppice Opencast Colliery JLP01_08_001293

Carringtons Coppice Opencast Colliery JLP01_08_001293
CARRINGTONs COPPICE OPENCAST COLLIERY, SMALLEY, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE. The last tons of coal being extracted from the opencast mine at Carringtons Coppice, with a 178 ft deep cut looming above

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Elsecar Colliery workshops 28940_029

Elsecar Colliery workshops 28940_029
Elsecar Colliery workshops, Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Photographed in May 2017

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Elsecar Low Pit Colliery 28940_055

Elsecar Low Pit Colliery 28940_055
Elsecar Low Pit Colliery, Hemingfield, Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Photographed in May 2017

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Elsecar Low Pit Colliery 28940_052

Elsecar Low Pit Colliery 28940_052
Elsecar Low Pit Colliery, Hemingfield, Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Photographed in May 2017

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Barnsley Main 28323_039

Barnsley Main 28323_039
Barnsley Main Colliery, South Yorkshire. The surviving engine house and the pithead structures at the disused colliery. Now Listed Grade II

Background imageCoal Mouse Mat Collection: Winding House and Headstocks at Bestwood Colliery

Winding House and Headstocks at Bestwood Colliery
This building is notable for the early use of structural concrete. IoE 425234


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