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Geigy Magazine (1950-1959)
Sponsored documentary made for Geigy showing how their work benefits coal mining industry and aircraft safety. The Cresswell Pit Disaster is mentioned. The causes of underground fires were investigated by a working party. Frictional heating was found to be the cause of this particular fire. Geigy (?) have discovered that constructing a "non-flam" belt for the pulley system used in underground mining was essential. We see various stages in making the special fire resistant compound in a laboratory (PVC?). Various shots of work in the laboratory to construct the special rubberised compound. We are shown the fire resistant qualities of PVC compared to rubber. Trafford Park, Manchester - Geigy factory where this plasticised substance is manufactured in bulk. Various shots of work at the factory. Section showing how Geigy products are used in the jet engine industry. Various shots of aircraft, their engines and work in the Geigy factory to produce synthetic lubricants for aircraft. "Geigy looking forward and upward," states the narrator. FILM ID:3307.07 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 2042 British Pathé
Mining Review, 1970's - Film 17933
Film about the energy crisis of the 1970's. The power workers strike of 1974. Businesses on a three day week and shop with limited food and petrol on sale. Working by candle and lamp light. Film predicts the depletion of energy by 1985 and of Britain's energy needs with dependence on coal. Oil crisis. Britain experiencing shortages. A completely empty motorway - petrol shortage. A hand-written sign reading 'Sorry! No Sugar' - sugar shortage. An electronic petrol pump read-out with fuel at 70 pence a gallon. Short-time working in a shop when the lights go out in an energy crisis. Hurricane lamp lit. Price rises - price ticket on biscuits raised from 19 pence to 21 pence. The floor of a vandalised red telephone box. Newspaper headline refer to fuel rises and inflation at 18%. A young woman apologises to boss at work because her train was late. Newspaper billboard for The Yorkshire Evening Press reading 'The Energy Crisis'. Black and white archive of postwar Britain - streets in the Potteries and other parts of the country, a man cycles along a high street, man pushes pram on pavement. Terraced housing. A girl skipping in the street. Kettle boils and woman takes it off hob. Woman iron clothes with electric iron. Woman uses mangle-type device attached to sink. Horse and cart. 1950's coalminers working underground with headlamps and pickaxes. Soldier walks on pavement and passes billboard advertising work in the mines - 'for the chap who wants to get on - join the miners'. An N.C.B. railway engine and train of three carriages pulls up at a railway halt and men get off and walk along platform. Automated mining machinery. Works canteen. Montage of mine activities above ground including a nurse. Woman helps husband on with his overcoat in living room. Men approach The Gate Inn which sells Bass Pale, Mild and Strong Ales. Men in pub smoke as they play dominoes. Weekend cycling men cycle round bend in town. Parents take hands of toddler and walk him along street - nice shot of them as they set off on a beach holiday - boy has a tiny plastic bucket in his hand. Lads push girl into lido swimming pool. Girls wake man lying in heather by tickling him with twigs. Ballroom and couples dancing. People check out new cars at a car motor show. Car with a Nottingham registration drives off from a large red brick municipal building. End of b/w archive film Colour footage from 1974 - shops, bus queues, shopping malls, Dewhurst the butchers, escalator in a shopping centre. Make up counter. Shoe shop. Flowers in florists. Woman puts lp long playing album record on record player and puts headphones on. Relaxing back in chair as woman watches television horse racing. Close up of turning on stainless steel tap. Sink full of suds and washing up. Boiling kettles and smoking factory chimneys. Coal mining - conveyor belt of coal. Oil tanker on dual carriageway. Arabian oilfield. Natural gas being burned off. B/w of coalminers leaving pit in 1950's - 1960's. Closed coal mines. Colour film of closed coal mines, and rail lines covered in grass. Lord Robens of the N.C.B. speaks of the need for coal. Oil imports at an oil terminal. Empty motorway. Wire basket outside shop selling calor gas canisters and lamps. Bookshop and clothes shop lit by paraffin lamps. Predictions for the future. Water cooling towers. 1960's housing estate with car driving by. Man talks of cavity wall insulation - outside of house showing drill holes. Man lays glass fibre insulation in loft - no face mask or gloves! North sea oil rig. A gas hob with an orange Le Creuset casserole pan on top. Model of Selby pit. Betws pit in South Wales. Spray painting in car factory.
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Coal - Ep 3 - Sneak Peek
A sneak peek look at what's to come in episode 3 of Coal. Coal starts Tuesday 8th November at 9pm on the Discovery Channel.
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Summat Colliery
British Railway Modelling magazine presents the amazing OO gauge model railway layout 'Summat Colliery'. Owner Ian Mellors describes the layout - see it in action! Read more about Summat Colliery in the November 2013 issue of BRM. Download all issues of BRM today, from https://www.pocketmags.com/viewmagazine.aspx?titleid=856&title=British+Railway+Modelling
Margaret Thatcher | The Miners Strike | British Economy | TV Eye | 1985
An interview with the Prime Minister, Mrs Thatcher. In which she discusses among other things, the Miners Strike, unemployment, the economy and the prospect of economic growth. First shown: 24/01/1985 If you would like to license a clip from this video please e mail: [email protected] Quote: VT32871
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Germany's last black coal mine shuts down for good | DW News
For 200 years, German coal mining shaped industry and infrastructure, social conditions and social life in Europe. At the end of this year, an important era in German history will come to an end when the Proper-Haniel coal mine shuts down. For more news go to: http://www.dw.com/en/ Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/deutschewellenews/ ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/dwnews ►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dw_stories/ Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: https://www.youtube.com/channel/deutschewelle #CoalMining #GermanCoal #DWNews
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What is MAGAZINE?? || MINING MAGAZINE || Types of Magazine?
* ATTENTION * :- Friends agar aap mining branch se diploma kar rhe hai or aap 3rd ,4th ,5th ,6th sem me hai to hamare pass apke liye subject wise complete PDF available hai. # Agar apko iski jarurat hai to apna whatsaap no. Comment kare.. **** Charges:- Rs 50/ subject. Thankyou. Mining Mate is a youtube channel which is meant for mining or mining related queries only. Our sole purpose is to make the people better understood about each and every facts or contents related to coal mining/underground coal mining.we are spreading our knowledge and ideas which is gained during practical training . Our only intent is to make you all very clear about each and every aspects related to mines area. I request you all to visit to our channel once you will definately be benifittedplz do like and subscribe our channel and comment in the comment box ..if you want us to touch any particular topic ...related to coal Mining************ //****Thankyou All**^^////*$
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Coal Mine (1951)
Coal mine model a the Science Museum in Kensington, London. M/S J. Boswell lifting dummy coal-miner into position. C/U Adjusting his face-mask and oxygen meter. C/U Adjusting his face and nose-mask. M/Ss Men putting down wooden blocks on floor. C/U Painting scenery on wall. M/S George Stanley sawing end off log. C/U George Stanley sawing end off log, picks up log and walks out of frame. M/S Walks away with log, puts it through hole in wall. M/S Man crawling in hole, log already inside, picks up log and puts under strut holding ceiling up, puts wedge underneath. C/U Hammering wedge in. L/S Len Beaman setting dummy in kneeling position with hands on pile of bricks. C/U Len Beaman setting dummy in kneeling position with hands on pile of bricks, walks to another dummy and puts on its tin helmet. FILM ID:1285.13 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 386 British Pathé
Television Mine
That Mitchell and Webb Look - Season 2 Episode 3
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Abandoned Coal Mining Factory 1000's worth of equipment inside
▶ Check out my gear on Kit: https://kit.com/steveronin An abandoned factory on a ghost town island that had so many things inside!!! Don't forget to SHARE this video and give a THUMBS UP :) CHECK OUT MY VLOG CHANNEL FOR BEHIND THE SCENES Steve Ronin http://bit.ly/2ojYg4G If you wish to support me feel free to visit MY PATREON https://www.patreon.com/exploringwith... Follow Exploring With Steve: Instagram: http://instagram.com/steveronin Twitter: http://twitter.com/steveronin_ Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/stepp90s Facebook: http://facebook.com/exploringwithsteve Website: http://exploringwithsteve.com Tumblr:  http://realmofstep.tumblr.com Vine: https://vine.co/u/1338168125572947968 Watch More Exploring With Steve: Recent Uploads playlist http://bit.ly/2nY5MDb Popular Videos Playlist http://bit.ly/2nuJVH7 My Shop: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/explorin... SUBSCRIBE TO THE EXPLORING CREW CODY:https://www.youtube.com/SirCodyBuffinton STEVE:https://www.youtube.com/sunsteprising JOHN: https://www.youtube.com/ishhjohn JOSH: http://youtube.com/theartofrealitycrew HENRY: http://youtube.com/travelsofthecat MY EQUIPMENT Camera - Sony A7sii http://amzn.to/2blv472 Wide Lens http://amzn.to/2bIPsmG Rode Microphone http://amzn.to/2bqV9Uu #1 Flashlight rechargeable and waterproof http://amzn.to/2e3TjKV DJI MAVIC PRO DRONE http://amzn.to/2kggDY5 Music wanted! If you are a music producer and would like me to use your music (funky jazz hiphop ANIME vibes) please email me at [email protected] I love exploring and traveling for you guys! If you would like to support my adventures in any way you can help fund me here: My PayPal http://paypal.me/exploringwithsteve For Business Inquires/Sponsorships contact me @ [email protected] Abandoned Gun Factory FOUND CRATES OF AKM/47 Rifles for Soviet Russia (POLAND) http://youtu.be/aEvFSW_u6dQ&t ABANDONED Home of Bruce Lee $100Million Family Mansion 栖鶴小築(HONG KONG) http://youtu.be/PUWVWuMPU-0&t Exploring Abandoned APOCALYPTIC CITY Gunkanjima BATTLESHIP ISLAND (JAMESBOND SKYFALL) https://www.youtu.be/oGPWG6EBnto&t
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A new outlook for mining in the UK
James Wilson, mining correspondent, reports from moorland in Devon that is about to become the site for some industrial activity that has become very unusual in the UK: mining For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube; http://goo.gl/vUQx5k Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Roadtrip in Japan's Nagasaki Prefecture | Coal Mines, Burgers & Funtimes
Here is our mighty return to videos about Japan: Roadripping in Nagasaki! Buy a shirt here! ...........................► http://kydeanderic.com/Shop New here? Enjoying? Subscribe!..► https://goo.gl/mkAwyy Support our videos at Patreon ....► http://patreon.com/kydeanderic We have a website!.......................► http://kydeanderic.com/NagasakiRoadtrip http://instagram.com/kydeanderic http://facebook.com/kydeanderic http://twitter.com/kydeanderic http://reddit.com/r/KydeandEric https://discord.gg/6svQze3 Patreon is the best way to support our videos, but you can also make contributions here ► http://www.kydeanderic.com/index.php#Contributions Help us buy video gear on our Amazon wishlist ► https://goo.gl/6kNbPt
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Rufford Colliery Rainworth 1993
A view around Rufford Colliery Pit Top shortly before closure.DC generators in the power house N03 winder the fan house also the compressor built 1922 electrified 1947 .Electric shop fitting shop and baths
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The New Mine: Comrie Colliery - 1945 Coal Industry Documentary
'A modern colliery in Scotland, situated in unspoilt country instead of an ugly mining town, has up-to-date machinery, the latest ventilation and safety devices, and new methods in mining practice. The surface buildings of this model colliery are built on symmetrical lines.’ Source: Films of Britain - British Council Film Department Catalogue - 1947-50 This film has been made available courtesy the British Council Film Collection. http://film.britishcouncil.org/british-council-film-collection/about-the-collection. The British Council Film Collection consists of 120 short documentaries made by the British Council during the 1940s designed to show the world how Britain lived, worked and played. View, download and play with the Collection at www.britishcouncil.org/film
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Tows Bank Colliery, Northumberland (nr Alston). Deutsche Welle TV, 1992
Reporter Tim Moores goes underground at one of the last privately-owned drift mines in the UK to report for Deutsche Welle's weekly European news magazine programme, Drehscheibe Europa.. Tows Bank, situated 7 miles [11 km] NNW of Alston, was opened in 1986 by three partners; Ted Nancarow Snr, Willie Armstrong and Frank Shepherd. They entered the Little Limestone coal on top of the exposed great limestone to the west of Eals village in Tows Bank Wood. The area had been worked previously to a small extent though nothing is known about these excavations. http://www.subbrit.org.uk/sb-sites/sites/t/tows_bank_colliery/index.shtml "The opening shot is of Killhope - a former lead mine over the tops in Durham and now a (very good) museum. The following glimpses are of Clarghyll and Ayle pit tops. The underground footage and surface haulage is Tows Bank where I was working when the film was made in 1992. "The Germans were amazed that we could work the coal at all - as he says in the clip 'here is the coal 33cms thick and never reaching 50 cms'." clogs http://www.welshcoalmines.co.uk/forum/read.php?4,24381,24408#msg-24408 5 min News package for Drehscheibe Europa, Deutsche Welle, Germany, 1992.
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Pit Village and Colliery a Bit of Old England
Our Travelling is The Learning and Our Learning is The Understaning. Please help my channel with a Donation to help me travel and take you to other areas around England Please click link to Donate ! https://www.paypal.me/abeer4Thomas/25 https://www.facebook.com/thomas.agnew.50 https://twitter.com/THOMASAGNEW19 The Mahogony Drift Mine is original to Beamish, having opened in 1855 and after closing, was brought back into use in 1921 to transport coal from Beamish Park Drift to Beamish Cophill Colliery. It opened as a museum display in 1979. Included in the display is the winding engine and a short section of trackway used to transport tubs of coal to the surface, and a mine office. Visitor access into the mine shaft is by guided tour.The colliery features both a standard gauge and narrow gauge railway - the former representing how coal was transported to its onward destination, and the latter typically used by Edwardian collieries for internal purposes. The standard gauge railway is laid out to serve the deep mine - wagons being loaded by dropping coal from the heapstead - and runs out of the yard to sidings laid out along the northern edge of the Pit Village. On the standard gauge railway there are two engine sheds in the colliery yard, the smaller brick, wood and metal structure being an operational building, the larger brick built structure being presented as Beamish Engine Works, a reconstruction of an engine shed formerly at Beamish 2nd Pit. Used for locomotive and stock storage, it is a long, single track shed featuring a servicing pit for part of its length, visitors can walk along the full length in a segregated corridor. A third engine shed has been constructed at the southern end of the yard (i.e. the other side of the heapstead to the other two sheds), also in brick (lower half) and corrugated iron, and is used for both narrow and standard gauge vehicles (on one road), although it is not connected to either system - instead being fed by low-loaders and used for long term storage only. The narrow gauge railway is serviced by a corrugate iron engine shed, and is being expanded to eventually encompass several sidings. There are a number of industrial steam locomotives (including rare examples by Stephen Lewin, from Seaham, and Black, Hawthorn & Co), and many chaldron wagons (the region’s traditional type of colliery railway rolling stock, and which became a symbol of Beamish Museum). The locomotive Coffee Pot No 1 is often in steam during the summer.Alongside the colliery is the pit village, representing life in the mining communities that grew alongside coal production sites in the North East, many having come into existence solely because of the industry, such as Seaham Harbour, West Hartlepool, Esh Winning and Bedlington.Miner's Cottages The row of six miner's cottages in Francis Street represent the tied housing provided by colliery owners to mine workers. Relocated to the museum in 1976, they were originally built in the 1860s in Hetton-le-Hole by Hetton Coal Company. They feature the common layout of a single-storey with a kitchen to the rear, the main room the house, and parlour to the front, rarely used (although it was common for both rooms to be used for sleeping, with disguised folding "dess" beds common), and with children sleeping in attic spaces upstairs. In front are long gardens, used for food production, with associated sheds. An outdoor toilet and coal bunker were in the rear yards, and beyond the cobbled back lane to their rear are assorted sheds used for cultivation, repairs and hobbies. Chalkboard slates attached to the rear wall were used by the occupier to tell the mine's "knocker up" when they wished to be woken for their next shift. No.2 is presented as a Methodist family's home, featuring good quality "Pitman's mahogany" furniture; No.3 is presented as occupied by a second generation well off Irish Catholic immigrant family featuring many items of value (so they could be readily sold off in times of need) and an early 1990s range; No.3 is presented as more impoverished than the others with just a simple convector style Newcastle oven, being inhabited by a miner's widow allowed to remain as her son is also a miner, and supplementing her income doing laundry and making/mending for other families. All the cottages feature examples of the folk art objects typical of mining communities. Also included in the row is an office for the miner's paymaster. In the rear alleyway of the cottages is a communal bread oven, which were commonplace until miner's cottages gradually obtained their own kitchen ranges. They were used to bake traditional breads such as the Stottie, as well as sweet items, such as tea cakes. With no extant examples, the museum's oven had to be created from photographs and oral history.School[edit] The school opened in 1992, and represents the typical board school. in the educational system of the era .
Full Cycle: The industrial coal mining process - 1941 Documentary
'In exchange for the commodities she needs, Britain exports her surplus coal, the finest in the world. Welsh miners are seen at work in the pits. Coal is hoisted to the surface, weighed, washed and sorted and shot into waiting trucks. Outward bound, coal travels down to the ships.' Source: Films of Britain - British Council Film Department Catalogue - 1941 This film has been made available courtesy the British Council Film Collection. http://film.britishcouncil.org/british-council-film-collection/about-the-collection. The British Council Film Collection consists of 120 short documentaries made by the British Council during the 1940s designed to show the world how Britain lived, worked and played. View, download and play with the Collection at www.britishcouncil.org/film - Ellavision
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The ghost town where houses are on sale for £1 | Channel 4 News
Subscribe to Channel 4 News: http://bit.ly/1sF6pOJ More than a hundred homes on sale: a pound for the lot. But the prospect of expensive repairs meant the council wouldn't even pay that. This is Horden in County Durham, its heart ripped out by the collapse of the mining industry - now a sea of empty properties. Read more here: http://bit.ly/18pfo1T Top stories: http://bit.ly/1wdbIG1
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Tom McGuinness - 1972 profile of County Durham's famous miner-artist
Extract from Mining Review 25th Year No. 9 (1972) Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFI A painterly portrait of County Durham painter and etcher Tom McGuinness (1926-2006) dominates this fine edition of the National Coal Board's news and magazine series. Of North East England's many talented miner-artists, McGuinness (from Witton Park, near Bishop Auckland) was arguably the most gifted of all. Mining Review here pays thoughtful tribute on the occasion of McGuiness' first major London show. By the time of this film, Mining Review had spent 25 years exploring two overarching themes in UK coalmining: the technical and safety aspects, as in this edition's opening story about measures against methane, and its cultural and social dimensions, as in the McGuinness item. Though they probably wouldn't have described their work as art, the NCB's filmmakers no doubt felt a certain affinity for McGuinness' rendering of "texture and history" on canvas, paper and plate. On celluloid, they too engraved industrial images: below ground, the play of light against darkness and compositional elements like pit-props and conveyers, above it, close communities framed by steep terraces and towering pitheads. But unlike the Mining Review films, McGuinness' art was ultimately a personal statement - going beyond realism or even impressionism into the realms of expressionism. Watch more on the BFI Player: http://player.bfi.org.uk/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BFI Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BritishFilmInstitute Follow us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+britishfilminstitute/
Views: 839 BFI
Ballingarry coal mines
video clips of lickfinn coal mines and miners working under and over ground in ballingarry south tipperary ireland
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Abandoned Coal Mine Chatterley Whitfield Of Chell Stoke On Trent
Chatterley Whitfield Colliery is a disused coal mine on the outskirts of Chell, Staffordshire in Stoke on Trent. It was the largest mine working The North Staffordshire Coalfield and was the first colliery in The UK to produce 1,000,000 tons of saleable coal in a year.The date at which coal was first mined systematically in the Whitfield area is not known, but there are references to mining in the manor of Tunstall from the late 13th century onwards. A local tradition claims that the monks of the Hulton Abbey came to nearby Ridgeway during the 14th and 15th centuries, to work coal from some of the eight seams outcropping half a mile east of Whitfield. These early workings were known as ‘footrails’ and were driven down from the surface. The iconic chimney viewed through one of the broken windows of a nearby heapstead (building) Shaw's History of The Potteries tells us that in 1750, Ralph Leigh of Burslem collected coal from Whitfield twice a day. His six horses each carried between two and three hundredweights of coal along lanes which were impassable to wagons. These draughts of coal were each worth about seven pence (3p) and Leigh received one shilling (5p) a day for his services. In 1838, Thomas Hargreaves conducted a survey and valuation of the colliery at Whitfield on behalf of its proprietors, representatives of the late William Harrison. At this time there was an engine house, coal wharf, carpenters shop and brickworks on the site. The buildings, machinery and coal stocks were collectively valued at £154 7s. 6d. (£154.37.5p). Hugh Henshall Williamson, a local man who lived nearby at Greenway Bank Hall, was mining in the Whitfield area by 1853. His mining activities at this period are somewhat uncertain, but it is most probable that Williamson first made use of existing mining sites and shallow shafts. In 1853 it is fairly certain that he was working the Cockshead and Seven Feet Banbury seams at the Ridgeway footrails. It is also probable that he was using the Bellringer shaft, which was 79 yards deep, to work the Bellringer seam and the Ragman and Engine shafts. Each of these shafts was 50 yards (46 metres) deep and these were used to work the Ragman seam. In 1854 the local coalmasters forced the North Staffordshire Railway to construct the Biddulph Valley branch line after proposing to build the railway themselves, a situation which the NSR did not favour. Work on the construction of the railway did not start until 1858, the line being partly opened for mineral traffic in 1859, and completed in 1860, passing within half a mile of Whitfield. Anticipating the completion of the railway, Hugh Henshall Williamson sank the Prince Albert shaft to work the Holly Lane and Hardmine seams and another shaft to work both the Bowling Alley and Ten Feet seams. On the opening of the railway he immediately constructed his own rail link from the shafts at Whitfield and footrails at Ridgeway, to Chell Sidings alongside the NSR Biddulph Valley Line. Wagons loaded with coal were lowered by brake down to the sidings and horses were used to haul empty wagons back up to the colliery
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Did People in the Middle Ages Really Throw Fecal Matter Out of Their Windows?
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Travel inside the Coal Mines of Kentucky
From Blue Ridge Country magazine, http://BlueRidgeCountry.com/Coal
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British Coal Advert UK 1980s
British Coal Advert From the 1980s
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Silverdale Colliery Staffordshire
In Memory of a great workforce at a Staffordshire coal mine. Photos of people who worked at Silverdale Colliery in Stoke-on-Trent , in particular my brother Andy Webster .
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Coal, Steam, and The Industrial Revolution: Crash Course World History #32
Mongols Shirts and Crash Course Posters! http://store.dftba.com/collections/crashcourse In which John Green wraps up revolutions month with what is arguably the most revolutionary of modern revolutions, the Industrial Revolution. While very few leaders were beheaded in the course of this one, it changed the lives of more people more dramatically than any of the political revolutions we've discussed. So, why did the Industrial Revolution happen around 1750 in the United Kingdom? Coal. Easily accessible coal, it turns out. All this, plus you'll finally learn the difference between James Watt and Thomas Newcomen, and will never again be caught telling people that your blender has a 900 Newcomen motor. Crash Course World History is now available on DVD! http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-world-history-the-complete-series-dvd-set Follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @raoulmeyer @crashcoursestan @saysdanica @thoughtbubbler Like us! ‪http://www.facebook.com/youtubecrashcourse Follow us again! ‪http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse
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😨 SALTY RANT 😂 Photography obsession: Cats in Coal mines at midnight
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Communists Murdered Striking Coal Miners in Poland
KATOWICE--In this interview with The New American magazine, a press officer for the Silesian Freedom and Solidarity Center details how communist troops massacred coal miners for going on strike. The horror unfolded at the Wujek coal mine. Ironically, less then four decades later, communists at the UN COP24 "climate" summit in Poland were demanding that coal be kept in the ground to save humanity from alleged man-made global warming. More from COP24: UN Climate Alarmists Angry at Trump Amid Push to "Transform" World: https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/environment/item/30876-christian-gomez-alex-newman-cop24-update-dec-10 Trump Trolls UN Climate Summit With Event Promoting Oil, Coal: https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/energy/item/30877-trump-trolls-un-climate-summit-with-event-promoting-oil-coal Gore Effect: Blizzard as UN Meets to Save Humanity from Global Warming: https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/environment/item/30890-christian-gomez-alex-newman-cop24-update-dec-11 UN "Double Standards" at Anti-Trump Protest Slammed by CFACT's Craig Rucker: https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/environment/item/30891-alex-newman-craig-rucker-cop24-un-double-standards At UN COP24 Climate Summit, Frantic Globalists Work to Restrict Liberty: https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/environment/item/30904-alex-newman-bill-hahn-cop24-fantic-globalists-work-restrict-liberty Climate Skeptics Crash the UN Warmist Party in Poland: https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/environment/item/30913-christian-gomez-alex-newman-cop24-update-dec-13-climate-skeptics-crash-un-party-poland Global Warming Bandwagon Coming Apart, Says Marc Morano: https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/environment/item/30915-alex-newman-marc-morano-cop24-global-warming-bandwagon-coming-apart UN Bans Journalist From COP24 Climate Summit at Request of Canada’s Trudeau Regime: https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/environment/item/30924-alex-newman-sheila-gunn-reid-cop24-banned-journalist Calif. Senator: Companies Want to “Make Money” in “Climate Arena” https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/environment/item/31030-cop24-alex-newman-bob-wieckowski-companies-want-to-make-money-in-climate More news at: http://www.thenewamerican.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheNewAmerican Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAmericanMag Find The New American on Oneway! https://oneway.com/thenewamerican/
Beamish Coal Mine
A look round the Colliery at Beamish Open Air Living Museum in County Durham, North East England.
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Steam Locomotives At Speed #3
The third installment in the series once again captures British steam locomotives at speed across the mainline network at speeds of 60mph+ The speeds are shown in the video which have been obtained from on board timers and magazine reports which I trust to be close to accurate, some exact speeds are also shown where one or more reports indicate the same speed at the location shown in video. I hope you enjoy the video.
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Hilltop Colliery - Bacup
Lancashire's last coal mine.
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It's time to draw borders on the Arctic Ocean
Why Russia wants to own the North Pole. Follow Johnny to stay up to date: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnnywharris Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnnyharrisvox Vox Borders Episodes: 1. Haiti and the Dominican Republic ( https://youtu.be/4WvKeYuwifc) 2. The Arctic & Russia (https://youtu.be/Wx_2SVm9Jgo) 3. Japan & North Korea (https://youtu.be/qBfyIQbxXPs) 4. Mexico & Guatemala (https://youtu.be/1xbt0ACMbiA) 5. Nepal & The Himalaya (https://youtu.be/ECch2g1_6PQ) 6. Spain & Morocco (https://youtu.be/LY_Yiu2U2Ts) The ice in the Arctic is disappearing. Melting Arctic ice means new economic opportunities: trade routes in the Arctic ocean, and access to natural resources. Because of this, the Arctic nations are now moving to expand their border claims. Russia has shown that it’s the most ambitious, using a potent combination of soft power and military buildup to advance its agenda. They’ve said the Arctic is rightfully theirs. Check out more arctic maps from IBRU, Durham University, UK: http://www.durham.ac.uk/ibru/resources/arctic / Vox Borders is a new international documentary series presented by Emmy-nominated videojournalist Johnny Harris. For this series, Johnny is producing six 10-15 minute documentaries about different borders stories from around the world.
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Big Pit National Coal Mine Museum, Blaenafon, Wales, UK, 13 November 2016
The buildings around The Blacksmiths' Yard are some of the oldest on site, dating from the 1870s. The left-hand wing is the fitting and welding shop which is still used by Big Pit’s blacksmith today. In a working colliery blacksmiths made and repaired anything and everything - horseshoes, drams, rail junctions, pipes, spanners and hammers. Timber and other materials needed to work the mine were stored in the Stockyard. Timber brought in by train would be off-loaded here, ready for use underground. Some of the larger timbers needed to be cut down to size in the Saw Mill, which is still used for the same purpose today.
Coal Miner
Shows how the modern coal miner works and lives. Narration by coal miners who explain their wants and needs and tell why they enjoy working the mines. The film only superficially discusses mining techniques. Help us get more films like this online! Buy this film on DVD: http://www.avgeeks.com/wp2/store/products/coal-miner-on-dvd/
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Old Coal Mines
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Join me, CollidingPlanets as i walk through this abandoned Iron Ore mine. In my video i may have mentioned that this is a military base a few times but its actually an iron mine as i later discovered. Found entrance to iron mine shaft but its sealed and underwater. This may be of interest. This is another forgotten deep mine located in Mid Glamorgan, not used for mining coal but for iron ore. I belive it closed in 1976 and the site was partially cleared a year or two later. HOWEVER, quite a bit of the mine surface infrastructure remains. The fitting shop, mine offices, pit head baths, one capped mine shaft ( with a steel vent pipe that you can actually look down into the shaft - but beware of bats flying out! ). Access is still very easy with lots of people walking dogs & children on BMX bikes using it almost daily. The large tips were removed in the 80,s for sub-base for several road improvement schemes. The mine yard was also used to store thousands of old tyres until a masive fire destroyed this stock. The associated damage can be seen in and around some of the surface buildings ( buckled & scorched steelwork etc ). The capped shaft was explored in recent years when the police suspected that a shotgun used in a double murder had been dropped into the flooded shaft. I belive something was indeed found but corrosion had destroyed any evidence. I understand the iron ore was railed out to Port Talbot & Newport Steel Works via the sidings at Pontyclun. A large sign was sited at the entrance to the mine access road that read - " The Glamorgan Haematite Iron Ore Company", while it was open. It remained in situ for a while after its cloasure - but now long gone.
Industry And Mining In North West England, 1970s - Film 19815
Industry and mining in the North West of England. The Potteries, Stock on Trent, archive film and today (late 1970s) Old bottle oven kilns. Gladstone Museum, fund raising event. Miss Staffordshire arrives by horse drawn carriage. Wheel barrows of coal are tipped into a pile in readiness to fire the kilns. People watch pottery making in action at the museum. Shelves of pots ready for firing. Men add coal to kiln furnace. Children watch on eagerly. Smoke billows from the kiln's chimney. Pottery ornaments from the 70s displayed on a mantel piece. Tiles from the same era. National Coal Board (NCB) Staffordshire House exterior of building. Map of UK showing locations of coal mines. Exterior of Bold Colliery near St. Helens and its neighbouring power station. Entrance to Florence Colliery near Stoke On Trent, exterior of main building and sign "Florence Colliery". A train take miners down to the new coal face. Sign for and entrance to Coldditch colliery with methane gas production. Warning signs about methane gas. Lots of pipework. Nearby Brickworks is powered by methane. Machines showing the automated process of brick making. Lorries being loaded with pallets of bricks by forklift. Entrance and sign for Silverdale Colliery. View of construction works building two new drifts. Water treatment plant. Graham and Brown wallpaper factory near Blackburn. Industrial sized coal fired boilers at the factory. Camera zooms in on a ginger cat preening itself on one of the boiler units. Inside the factory, rolls of wallpaper being made by machine. Central Forest Park, Stoke on Trent, people walk through the parkland. View of the park's lake. Chatterly - Whitfield Colliery sign, closed down mine with its semi-derelict buildings. People walk down a country lane towards the camera. Panning view across green belt fields. Two surveyors using a theodolite. They look across the fields and refer to a map. People playing lawn bowls.
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South Wales Coal Miners
South Wales Coal Miners, our unsung Hero's
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After stopping at Newcastle Keep and The Angel of The North it's time to head to Beamish Open Air Museum. We explore mine shafts, see how the workers would have lived, what conditions in the schools were like and visit a 1920's village complete with pub, sweet shop, bakery and much more! If you enjoy this video why not consider subscribing for more adventures or share it with your friends & family. This is part of a series following my road trip around the UK during the summer of 2018. Follow me at: www.instagram.com/eighty6point5 www.twitter.com/eighty6point5 www.facebook.com/eighty6point5 Don't forget also to check out Shaun & Caroline's channel over at See Shaun Vlog: https://www.youtube.com/user/shaunkirkby1
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'Coal is our heritage not our future': Protecting Pont Valley
A handful of local residents have helped establish the Pont Valley protection camp — a final stand against Banks Group's Bradley coal mine project that they thought was dead. Residents have been fighting against the mine on and off for 30 years. Now, the machinery is set to move in. Read more at https://www.desmog.uk/2018/03/26/coal-heritage-not-future-pont-valley-banks-mining
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Walkden Manchester Phantom 3 Drone
Walkden is a suburban town in the City of Salford, Greater Manchester, England, 6 miles (9.7 km) northwest of Salford, and 7 miles (11.3 km) of Manchester. Little Hulton. Historically in the township of Worsley in Lancashire,[3] Walkden was a centre for coal mining and textile manufacture. A profile of the electoral wards Walkden North, Walkden South and Little Hulton conducted by Salford City Council in 2014 recorded a combined population of 35,616.The name Walkden or Walkeden derives from the Old English denu, a valley, belonging to a man possibly called Wealca (fuller), an Old English personal name. It has been in existence since at least the 13th century.[4] The name was recorded in documents dating to 1246.[5] In the local dialect and accent, it is pronounced Wogden. A Roman road crossed the area roughly on the line of the present A6 road through Walkden and Little Hulton.[6] In 1313 in a dispute involving land, a jury decided that Walkden was too small to be considered a hamlet or a town but was "only a place in Farnworth".[7] In the 15th century Walkden appears to have covered a wider area than at present, spreading into Farnworth and Little Hulton.[8] In 1765 'Walkden Moor' was the subject of a parliamentary Enclosure Act.[9] The Duke of Bridgewater was the biggest landowner in 1786, owning over half the land. At one time Walkden was the centre for coaling mines and textile manufacturing.Walkden's industrial history links are mainly to coal mining, but also to cotton mills. There were many shafts for small collieries sunk to the shallow coal seams of the Worsley Four Foot mine on land owned by the Egertons, the Lords of the Manor of Worsley which included Walkden. Named shafts were, Speakman's, Edge Fold, Lloyd's and Hey's Field before 1770, Turnpike Lime, Barlow Fold, Scowcroft's, and Crippin's Croft before 1780, Pin Fold, Parr Fold and Tub Engine before 1790 and Grundy's Field, Stone, Windmill, Charlton's, and the Inclined Plane Pit all before 1800. The Worsley Navigable Levels linked many of the mines to the Bridgewater Canal at Worsley.[10] The levels were used to transport coal from the mines of the Bridgewater Collieries in Walkden until railways were used as an improved form of transportation.[11] After 1800 Urmston's Meadow, Moss Hill Top, Parkinson's and Sawney, Atkin's Croft, Barrack's, Magnall's, Ashton's Field and the Ellesmere were sunk but were independent of the levels.[10] Walkden Yard or NCB Central Workshops was situated south of High Street, close to Ellesmere Colliery was partly in Little Hulton. It was built 1878 by the Bridgewater Trustees as a central works depot providing engineering services for their collieries and colliery railways. On the site there was a Machine and Fitting workshop, Pump Shop, Joiners Shop, Electricians shop, Paint Shop, Blacksmith and Tinsmith Shop, Welders Shop, Locomotive Overhaul and Repair Shop, Waggon sheds and Waggon machine shop and a Conveyor Belt Repair Shop. The yard closed as a British Coal workshop in 1986 and is now a housing estate. Little Hulton
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Let's Play Graveyard Keeper Alpha #10: Coal Mining!
There's a rumour that there is coal in the hills nearby, so we're off on an adventure today to see if we can find any! Once that's done, we're heading off to the church basement to see what secrets we can find woven into the very tapestry of the things around us... Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/Frithgar Affiliations! (Disclaimer: I get a commission for any sales made through these links) Check out Fanatical for thousands of games at fantastic prices, you can get Steam keys cheaper than on Steam itself! https://www.fanatical.com?ref=frithgar Chrono.gg work hard to bring one game per day at the cheapest price available anywhere on the internet! https://chrono.gg/Frithgar Episode #9 https://youtu.be/vUMlMZXVPWc Episode #11 https://youtu.be/VopKeYYf45s For the full and up to date upload schedule, please see the pinned post on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Frithgar/ Or check our website https://www.frithgar.com/ Find the game here https://www.graveyardkeeper.com/ And here https://store.steampowered.com/app/599140/Graveyard_Keeper/ About the game Graveyard Keeper is the most inaccurate medieval cemetery management sim of the year. Build & manage your own graveyard while finding shortcuts to cut costs, expand into entertainment with witch-burning festivals, and scare nearby villagers into attending church. This is a game of capitalism and doing whatever it takes to build a thriving business. Face ethical dilemmas. Do you really want to spend money on that proper hotdog meat for the festival when you have so many resources lying around? Gather valuable resources & craft new items. Expand your Graveyard into a thriving business, go ahead and gather valuable resources scattered in the surrounding areas, and explore what this land has to offer. Make business alliances. These dead bodies don't need all that blood, do they? Why not sell it to someone who can put it to good use. Same for body parts. Hey, it's being efficient with recycling! Explore mysterious dungeons. No medieval game would be complete without these. Take a trip into the unknown and find useful new ingredients which may or may not poison a whole bunch of nearby villagers. Capitalism. The Loot Lair for all your tabletop gaming needs! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheLootLair/?ref=ts&fref=ts Loot Lair website http://www.thelootlair.com/ Etsy Shop https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/TheLootLair?ref=shopsection_shophome_leftnav Please note, this is a family channel and therefore we have a no swearing policy. YouTube filters out comments that contain potentially inappropriate language so that they can be reviewed. Thank you for your understanding.
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A crowd of relatives of coal miners gathers, and rescuers work at a mine where 44...HD Stock Footage
Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675036764_coal-mines-disaster_rescue-workers_relatives-of-coal-miners_women-weep Historic Stock Footage Archival and Vintage Video Clips in HD. A crowd of relatives of coal miners gathers, and rescuers work at a mine where 440 miners got trapped, Coalbrook South Africa. Coal mine disaster in Coalbrook, South Africa. A crowd of relatives of coal miners gathers near a coal mine where 440 miners got trapped in a deep shaft. Rescue workers dig towards the miners, near the shaft. Women in crowd weep as their hope fades as time passes on. Location: Coalbrook South Africa. Date: January 21, 1960. Visit us at www.CriticalPast.com: 57,000+ broadcast-quality historic clips for immediate download. Fully digitized and searchable, the CriticalPast collection is one of the largest archival footage collections in the world. All clips are licensed royalty-free, worldwide, in perpetuity. CriticalPast offers immediate downloads of full-resolution HD and SD masters and full-resolution time-coded screeners, 24 hours a day, to serve the needs of broadcast news, TV, film, and publishing professionals worldwide. Still photo images extracted from the vintage footage are also available for immediate download. CriticalPast is your source for imagery of worldwide events, people, and B-roll spanning the 20th century.
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Working In The Coal Mine
32 Count 4 Wall Beginner Choreographed by K. Sholes
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Derby Underground Mine - Part 1 - Magazines Everywhere
It's been a while! My work schedule has finally lightened up enough to give me some time to explore. To kick things off, we took a drive out to Perry County, deep in the Hoosier National Forest of Southern Indiana. This mine is located on the USFS' Rainbow Lake Recreational Area. Today, we're documenting the Derby Underground Mine, an underground (surprise) limestone mine operated by Mulzer Crushed Stone and shut down in November of 1982. This was a room-and-pillar mine, bypassing about forty feet of shale overburden by putting a pair of drifts into the side of a surface trench. It's very likely that converting to underground mining actually reduced unit mining costs here, as it completely eliminated any requirement to strip overburden. Sometime after 1982, Conex Controlled Explosives used the property as a depot for storage of explosives to be used at surface mines in the region. Intriguingly, both MSHA and the USGS MRDS database mention the Derby Slope Mine alongside the Derby Underground Mine. The Derby Slope closed in 1985, and does not appear on USGS topographic maps of the area (though, curiously, the Derby Underground does not either). I am virtually certain that the decline entry for the Derby Slope is located across Highway 70 from the mine we visited today, and that it is completely flooded. Sadly, slopes have a tendency to flood. What little information I can find on this mine indicates that it was worked intermittently as weather permitted; I have not found any references to when underground mining began at this location. Were this mine worked continuously, I would estimate it to have taken one to two years of mining to reach its current footprint - but it was not worked continuously, so it's really anyone's guess.
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Black Country Museum And Underground Mine / Vlog
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