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1950s Blantyreferme / Haughhead

A few mysteries surround these next 2 photos, although some of the information can be identified. The dates are unknown but guessed as being the 1950s. 396 more words

Blantyre Places

December Snippets from the Nuneaton Chronicle - 1914

Here are a few snippets published in the December¬†1914 additions of the Nuneaton Chronicle. ¬†This post has a focus on the events at the local Colliery’s. 448 more words

Warwickshire County Record Office

MIDNIGHT COLLIERY

Original Watercolour Painting MIDNIGHT COLLIERY WALES

Here is a link to this painting on my Etsy shop ElizabethAFox 7 more words

Artist

2014 Dixon's Pit 3 gets capped

During the middle of November 2014, I visited a construction site on the outskirts of Blantyre on Hillhouse Road.

At the invite of ‘Ogilvie Contractors’, I was permitted on to this modern construction site, which has a very special connection to Blantyre’s history. 153 more words

Blantyre Places

Chatterly Whitfield

Permissioned Visit! I was very Lucky to have had the opportunity to visit the Colliery on a tour this year, run by the Friends of Chatterley Whitfield. 783 more words

Industrial

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

Listening

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

Local History