Old Map of all South Wales - Welsh coal mines
Thank you, jasper. Absolutely fascinating map with so much detail of the coal pits. drifts and levels long lost in the midst of time but actually around us all the time.I am not very good at looking at old maps and am always in awe of jim, mark and others when they are able to pinpoint old workings etc by reading maps.
Collieries and Coal Mines of South Wales
Some great photos of South #Wales #Collieries and #Coalmines, put together as a slideshow with music by Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata.I have previous put toge
Drayton Mine, New South Wales - Mining Technology | Mining
Drayton mine is situated in the Upper Hunter Valley of New South Wales, Australia. The mine produces thermal coal and has been operating since 1983. The mine is part of the 2,100km² Hunter Coalfield, the largest coal-producing region in New South Wales. The lease size of the mine is 1,768ha.
Coal mining in the UK: Where mines are still being operated
Coelbren, South Wales. Nant Helen coal mine, based in the village of Coelbren, is one of Celtic Energy’s largest operational sites and has about three million tonnes of coal reserves. It was first granted permission in 1998 and by 2016, supported just over 100 employees, but a fall in demand saw the pit mothballed later in the same year.
Welsh mining women of the 19th century who toiled for 12
The pictures were taken circa 1865 by W. Clayton of Tredegar, South Wales. Tredegar was an early centre of the Industrial Revolution in Wales where it had both a coal mine and an iron works.
Interactive Map Viewer | Coal Authority
Coal Mining Theme - Higher Resolution Data The data available through the Higher Resolution Tab of the Interactive Viewer can be viewed at a scale larger than 1:25,000. This information is provided pursuant to the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 ("EIR"), and subject to the exemptions therein.
Mine shaft 'blow out' likely flooded Skewen village - Coal
There was a time when coal was king in Wales but there are now questions allowing coal to be transported from the colliery to the north to the docks to the south. As coal mining activities
Coal Mines, collieries, drifts, welsh mining disasters
very long ago, when valleys of South Wales echoed and vibrated with the thumping of the steam winding engines as they hauled the coal laden cages up from the depths. For then the valleys were vibrant with mining activities. As well as the numerous deep mines sunk into the valley floor
GENUKI: Coal Society - A History of the South Wales Mining
S.286Q South Wales Coal Field production figures halved in period 1923-1943. 'The Fed': A History of the South Wales Miners in the Twentieth Century, H Francis/D Smith, 1980; S.287Q Export figures to various countries 1913 & 1931. The South Wales Coal Annual, 1931
Welsh Coal Mines Forum
Other Mines and Related Industries. Non-Welsh mines, Iron and Steel, Canals, Railways, etc. 411 6,725 January 27, 2021 05:22PM Tales and Experiences. Your mining stories or
Migration - AGOR
Migration to the South Wales Coalfield. As a result of the expansion in coal industry, the second half of the nineteenth century saw a huge increase in the population in the South Wales Valleys. Between 1851 and 1911, it is estimated that some 366,000 people moved into the South Wales Coalfield.
Haunting photos show the tragic Aberfan Disaster in 1966
More than 50 years ago, Aberfan, a small coal mining town in Wales, was irreversibly changed in a few minutes when 144 people, mostly school children, were killed by a coal-waste landslide. What
Disused mines blight New South Wales, yet the approvals continue
According to the NSW Auditor-General, as of 30 June 2012 there were about 573 derelict mine sites in NSW (including gold and other minerals, as well as former coal mines).
South Wales Coalfield - Northern Mine Research Society
237 rows · South Wales Coalfield When the coal industry was nationalised in 1947, there were 250
Coal Mining Statistics | Coal Services
Coal Services holds a unique data series detailing essential aspects of the NSW coal industry. Our Statistics team compiles reports covering NSW coal production by method of mining and regional source, domestic coal sales by user group and exports by country of destination, end use coal type and value. In addition they provide information on 
Welsh Coal Mining Key Facts - See Around Britain
Cardiff and Barry developed as ports to export coal, and the South Wales mining villages and towns grew up because of the demand for coal. In the First and Second World Wars, collieries were placed under government control and on 1 January 1947 the coal industry was nationalised by the UK government and put in the control of the National Coal
Cave and mining attractions | Visit Wales
Please contact the South Wales Miners museum before visiting for up to date information on opening. Take a trip back in time and discover the industrial heritage of the South Wales Miners Museum in the Afan Valley. Exhibits include an extensive collection of photographs and mining artefacts, a replica miner’s tunnel, a Blacksmith Shop, Lamp
fatals - Welsh coal mines
This page is dedicated to the memory of those miners, who lost their lives through accidents. It does not include the many other miners, who died of mining related illnesses. These are what have been found in various Newspaper reports, there are omissions, but will add others when, or if we get the information.
PDF The End of Coal Mining in South Wales: Lessons Learned
The End of Coal Mining in South Wales Lessons learned from industrial transformation 1.0 Introduction 1.1 South Wales and Shanxi Province This case study is one of three produced by the International Institute on Sustainable Development (IISD) to inform Shanxi Province, China, of the experience and lessons learned elsewhere on
Abandoned Coal Mine South Wales High Resolution Stock
View down the Blaenserchan valley Pontypool South Wales UK a post industrial coal mining landscape derelict coal washery Penalta colliery, south Wales coalfield, UK. 11th October, 2015. The winding house is a listed building and is up for sale.
Coal Mining in South Wales Vol1
Coal Mining in South Wales Volume Two: From Aberdare to Pembrokeshire by Steve Grudgings . Hardback with dust jacket 238 pages, 250mm x 250mm ISBN: 978 1 916178908 Price: £25 post free, Second Class, to UK mainland addresses. See drop-down list for UK First Class and overseas postager options. Publication date: September 2019