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331: November 27th, 2014

Song: No Diggity
Artist: Hackney Colliery Band
Album: Hackney Colliery Band (2011)

Yesterday I gave you Moon Hooch and a week or so ago I gave you the No BS! 32 more words


The Coke Ovens

The production of coke became a significant aspect of Jubilee Colliery following the success of an initial battery of ovens placed against the eastern retaining wall in the southern part of the site. 341 more words

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The Chimney

The central Chimney is first depicted on the Ordnance survey map in 1893 and is shown to have been partially enclosed within the Boiler House. By 1903 it was enclosed within a range of buildings. 441 more words

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Jubilee Colliery: Historic Photos

One of the earliest known photos of Jubilee Colliery is shown above taken c 1893. The photo provides a view across the pit bank and shows the timber headstock by the downcast shaft and its associated tall winding engine house with a tall arched window. 327 more words

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Welcome To Colliery Communities

Over the coming months, this page will explore the various impacts of mine closures on the South Wales mining communities.

There will be regular posts looking at various issues that affect you, with the main aim being to get people involved in the debate. 156 more words


October Half term events

Have you booked on to our October half term workshops yet?

We have now got groups booked on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday but we still have availability for Wednesday! 10 more words

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