Name for a number of day holes and drifts that worked the coal at the outcrop.
Emley Moor Colliery refers to several sinkings and drift mines over a large area of Emley, towards the television mast, between Flockton to the north and particularly towards Skelmanthorpe to the south
Former colliery in Hindsford, Atherton where coal was mined from 1854 until 1966.
Coal mining company that operated on the south side of the Irwell Valley on the Lancashire Coalfields.
Horse-driven engine used in lead and shallow coal mines.
Former mining village in South Yorkshire, six miles north of Rotherham and six south of Barnsley.
Collieries in South Yorkshire owned by the Wentworth Fitzwilliams from the late-18th century.
Standard gauge mineral line built to serve the pits owned by the Lister Kayes of Denby Grange in West Yorkshire.
Colliery in Leigh sunk by John Speakman at Wood End Farm in the northeast part of Bedford in 1875
Former colliery in Netherton, West Yorkshire, opened in 1841 and closed in 1968.