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Kellingley Colliery: Britain's last coal mine closes
A million men used to toil beneath the ground. Coal-mining fuelled the industrial revolution and brought about the biggest industrial dispute of the last fifty years. Now Britain's last deep coal mine, Kellingley Colliery in Yorkshire, has closed. Subscribe for more like this, every day: http://bit.ly/1epe41j Dangerous world: http://bit.ly/1JCsSYb The news explained: http://bit.ly/1epgay4 Music: http://bit.ly/1RVTRNy Technology: http://bit.ly/1LI1K9y Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1wQ1Gty Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1mFUjBD
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Yorkshire Miners 1982. Highgate Colliery. Goldthorpe.
Sorry for the very poor quality, but still a great documentary. I'd love to know what some of these people are doing now, or if they recognise themselves in the film.
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The Last Miners (Pt 2)
Two-part documentary following the workers at Kellingley Colliery in North Yorkshire, the last deep coal mine in Britain, as it prepares to close
Views: 20475 Martyn Richardson
Mining News in Durham, Yorkshire, Northumberland, 1960's - Film 7332
Durham. Village pride. Gardening. Wheelbarrows, petrol driven lawn mowers. Village of Fishburn. Coking Plant. Working class back-to-back housing. Miners leaving colliery. Roads of housing. Trees planted on waste coal heaps. Tractor. Man in greenhouse. Tidiest village in County Durham sign. Tools in wheelbarrow. Yorkshire. Transport. Cutting coal. Rails in mine. New type of coal truck. Prince of Wales Colliery. Men transported by mini train. Northumberland. Alarm clock reads 7.30, man gets up, shaves. NCB at Gateshead Computer Centre. Driving car. Rail station. Jeavons record shop with several records visible in the window including two Frank Zappa records, one his 1969 album Hot Rats. Man walks into Newcastle record shop. Rediffusion sign. Local Hospital radio station. Lights 'One minute', 'ten seconds', 'on the air', D.J. Tracking shot into hospital ward. Patients with head phones. Woman puts record on turn table. They play 'I See You' by The Pretty Things. Man with plastered leg taps toes. Two D.J's smoke. Man in head phone drinks half pint. Interviews hospital patients. Horse drawn dray wagon belonging to Scottish and Newcastle Breweries on Perry Street. Interviews draymen.
Views: 1434 HuntleyFilmArchives
Arctic Monkeys - Four Out Of Five (Official Video)
Arctic Monkeys - "Four Out Of Five" Taken from the new album 'Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino', available now globally. Buy & listen: http://smarturl.it/TranquilityBase Follow Arctic Monkeys: Newsletter: http://smarturl.it/ArcticSubscribe Spotify: http://smarturl.it/ArcticSP YouTube: http://bit.ly/ArcticMonkeysYT Facebook: http://smarturl.it/ArcticFB Twitter: http://smarturl.it/ArcticTW Instagram: http://smarturl.it/ArcticIN Follow Domino Recording Co: YouTube: http://smarturl.it/DominoYT Website: http://smarturl.it/DominoRecordCo Facebook: http://smarturl.it/DominoFB Twitter: http://smarturl.it/DominoTW Instagram: http://smarturl.it/DominoIN Directors: Ben Chappell & Aaron Brown Producer: Rob Leonard Production Company: FRIEND Exec Producer: Luke Tierney Production Manager: James Greenall Creative Director: Edwin Burdis Primary shooting location: Castle Howard, Yorkshire PA: Grania Howard 1st AD: Billie Hallows Runner: Charlotte Simpson DOP: Stuart Bentley Focus Puller: Steven Gardner Loader: Mark Bull Camera Trainee: Charlotte Croft CCTV: Dave Williamson Camera Car Driver: Christopher Bates Grip: Steve Manningham Gaffer: Lee Martin Electricians: Vinny Cowper, Vinny Singh & Jamie Priestner Genny Op: Craig Cowper Production Designer: Mark Connell Art Director: Max Lincoln Art Assistant / Props: Dec Hardy Props / Construction: Ben Greenwood Projection: Lester Dunton Wardrobe Stylist: David Nolan Make-Up: Lou Howard Hair: Tom Bushnell Horst Master: Mark Atkinson Germany Location Manager: Jens Geibel Editor: Matt Cronin Post House: Time Based Arts Post Producer: Sean Ewins Scanimate: Dave Sieg Matte Painting: Dave Gibbons Assistant Buyer - Alyssia Kremin Camera - Panavision Film Dev - Cinelab Coveralls - G Woodall & Sons Vintage Cameras - Golden Age TV Electrician - Rav Sing Runner - Sarah Lamb #arcticmonkeys #fouroutoffive #dominorecordco #tranquilitybase
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Houghton Mines Rescue: Journey to the Coal Face
Houghton Mines Rescue Centre, Hetton Road, Houghton-le-Spring, was established in 1913 and in 2013 celebrated its 100th anniversary. Houghton Heritage Society had a visit one evening in April and were kindly shown down the mock coal mine. Come with us on a journey to the coal face - or coal fyass - and then back to bank! Thanks are extended to the Mines Rescue Service for their kindness in welcoming us to their training centre. www.houghtonlespring.org.uk/colliery This unique, Grade II listed building was purpose built to serve the coal mining industry in the early part of the 20th century. Conveniently located between the A1 and A19, it is still known locally as 'the old fire station'. "The interior of the building has been developed and upgraded in line with the changing requirements of our clientele. We offer classrooms with state of the art facilities whilst maintaining a friendly atmosphere. The substantial subterranean training gallery offers another dimension to these premises, allowing clients to train in a realistic, controlled environment. Houghton Training Centre offers you a completely unique training experience." From: http://www.minesrescue.com/training-centres/houghton
Views: 5792 Houghton Heritage
Mining in Kent, Northamptonshire, Oxford and Yorkshire, 1950's - Film 6678
Surface Training: Kent, Snowdon colliery. Men coming off shift. Colliery football team training, jog around field, practising passes and footwork, goalscoring and saving. Gloster Getter: Northamptonshire. Men shovelling coal onto conveyor belt in mine, mechanised mining machines. The Gloster Getter - new cutter/loader. Men setting up and using machine. Men putting up ceiling supports. Coal cutting, conveyor belts. Hothouse: Oxford and Yorkshire. National Coal Board mine rescue ambulance. Mine on fire. Men in suits and gas masks sealing shafts and putting out fire. View of Oxford spires and Colleges. Oxford University Department of Human Anatomy. Men in white coats. Scientist working, smoking cigarette. Rescue man doing exercise test, his breath being monitored etc. Attached to lots of wires and medical apparatus. Doncaster and District Rescue Station. Room kept at 120 degrees centigrade for tests; lots of engines, machines. Man with briefcase and raincoat over arm. Volunteer being weighed and examined by doctor. Being fitted to different types of breathing apparatus, nose peg. Measurement of skin temperature. Man enters hothouse, walking round room with 50lb sack. Being observed through window by scientist. Scientists taking readings from man doing test. Men giving 'thumbs up' sign.
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Barrow Colliery - Firefighting team (c.1965)
Barrow Colliery firefighting team carrying out training
Sea Coal - UK, July 2006
Joe Smith, now in his 70s, is one of the last remaining sea coal collectors in England. Working down the shore from the mines, he collects coal washed up by the sea. "It's a beautiful job. It keeps you healthy", states Joe. In its heyday, hundreds of other people worked alongside him, collecting an average of 2,000 tons of a coal every weekend. But since the mines have closed and demand for coal fallen, the others have slowly disappeared. "Now it's just old codgers like us."
Views: 6492 Journeyman Pictures
Yorkshire mining village.  Coal Miners leave pit.  Archive Film 91250
Yorkshire mining village. Yorkshire mining village. Coal Miners leave pit and walk along street after shift
Views: 1009 HuntleyFilmArchives
For all the miners at Kellingley, for all members and officials of the N.U.M. and for my family of Yorkshire miners from my grandfather who started in Durham in 1912, moved to Wakefield in 1920 & his 3 sons who followed him down pits in West & South Yorkshire and of course for my mother, the eldest child, who had to leave school and raise them & 3 other siblings because their mother had died.. This was filmed by me from Yorkshire ITV yesterday evening at 6.00 My edit with the Tory bollocks and laughable so called 'balance' removed. This is the miner's story not that of the fucking Tories.
Views: 4075 BionicBarmby
penallta colliery 2016
Whats left of penallta colleiry
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Coal mine Andaluzja - pithead Żeromski demolition
Coal mine Andaluzja - pithead Żeromski demolition 2014/03/10 blog: https://maciejmutwil.blogspot.com/ fb: https://www.facebook.com/maciejmutwilphotography instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breathofindustry/ Music by BENSOUND http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-... Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/osg9PmkfTB0
Views: 524 BreathOfIndustry
The Miners Strike - 1984
Remembering the 30th Anniversary of the miners great strike for jobs in the year of 84/85. A dedication to the men and women who fought not only for the right to work but in the pursuit of a better future, committed themselves to selfless determination in their fight to save their industry and ultimately their communities. On June 18th 1984 Britain witnessed some of the worst industrial violence the country has ever seen. The Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign are fighting for truth and justice for the miners who were victimised and falsely arrested by the police from many different forces during the picketing of the Orgreave Coking Plant in South Yorkshire on that summers day. 95 miners were arrested and charged with riot, an offence which carried the potential sentence of life imprisonment. The trials collapsed due to lack of evidence. No police force or officer has ever been disciplined or charged with perverting the course of justice, falsifying evidence and using violence against miners pursuing legitimate industrial action against the loss of jobs and the mining industry which threatened the collapse and demise of their communities. Please help us in the fight for Truth and Justice - http://otjc.org.uk/
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Closure of Thoresby Colliery 10 July 2015
Live broadcast from Thoresby Colliery, Edwinstowe - Nottinghamshire's last deep coal-mine.
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broomside colliery
a short video about broomside colliery near durham
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Kellingley Colliery, North Yorkshire, photographed by Roger Tiley
Documentary photographer, Roger Tiley has produced images for a book called 'Last Days at Big k'. He was the only photographer allowed full access to the pit, including underground on the coal face. Big K in North Yorkshire was the last deep coal mine to close in the UK on 18 December 2015, bringing to an end a long tradition. The book contains over 200 images/250 pages of the last 3 weeks at Big K, the final pit party and the Durham Miners Gala plus more. hard back. ISBN 978-0-9957066-0-6
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North Yorkshire's potash mine | ITV News
In the next 30 years, the global population is expected to increase by more than 30 per cent, which raises the issue of how to feed people around the world. Part of the solution is believed to be in North Yorkshire. Stretching out under the North Sea is the world's largest source of a vital crop fertiliser called Polyhalite. Sirius Minerals, which has its headquarters in Scarbrough, is building a mine close to Whitby to reach the polyhalite, which will then be piped underground to Wilton on Teesside to be exported. It's one of the biggest mining projects in the world and work at both ends of the tunnel is well underway • Subscribe to ITV News on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2lOHmNj • Get breaking news and more stories at http://www.itv.com/news Follow ITV News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itvnews/ Follow ITV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/itvnews Follow ITV News on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itvnews/
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Ghost of~ Silverwood Colliery~ Yorkshire ~ England
Silverwood Colliery was a colliery situated between Thrybergh and Ravenfield in Yorkshire, England. MORE GHOST STORIES FROM SILVERWOOD HERE http://johndoxey.100freemb.com/Silverwo…/silverwoodghost.htm Ghost Miner Scares a Pitman Source and date: Sun, 18 March 1982 A ghost in a coalmine has scared young pitman Steve Dimbleby, packing up his £150-a-week job at Silverwood Colliery, Rotherham, Yorkshire. He ran screaming for a mile underground after coming face to face with the frightening phantom miner. Steve, of Sunnyside, Rotherham, described the apparition: "He wore an old-fashioned square pitman's helmet, a waistcoat and grubby shirt. There was a light in the helmet. He bent his head and shone his light in my face. I realized there was something odd. Then when I looked at his face he had no features. It was blank — no eyes, no nose, no mouth." Steve froze with fear when he saw the ghost then ran. "I was ranting and raving and crying. I've hardly slept since it happened on Sunday night. I'd rather go on the dole that down that pit." Coal Board chiefs have now switched Steve to a £100-a-week surface job. They have also confirmed that fourteen years ago, a miner died where the spectre appeared. [In October 1887, another miner, Gary Pine, 19, reported seeing a ghost "in overalls and safety helmet slide through a concrete wall and vanish" in the Cotgrave Colliery in Nottinghamshire. According to the Sun, other miners were "refusing to do Gary's job other than in pairs".] From the ~ The Mammoth Book of True Hauntings By Peter Haining Shortly after 8 a.m. on 3 February 1966, miners starting their shift went down the pit to board the "Paddy mail".It was normal practice for the ‘man-rider’ to be followed by a second train which carried equipment. On this day the second train suddenly ran out of control and caught up with the ‘man-riding’ train, hitting it hard in the rear. Ten men lost their lives and a further 29 miners were injured.The colliery closed in 1994, with remaining reserves being worked from nearby Maltby Main Colliery. Early accidents recorded 1901 Charles Power killed by horse drawn wagon. 1901 Mr C. Sims 16th of June killed by wagon. 1902 Mr W. Cook 17th September died falling down shaft 1905 John James Brazier 29 April killed 1906, Horace Atkins March 25th, killed by roof fall 1906 John Price 13th June killed by roof fall 1906 t Henry Goulding 19th of August buried alive 1906 Thomas Flint 24th of August killed by falling stone 1906 James Parker 12th September killed by roof fall. 1906 George W. Hargreaves 2nd of December killed by falling stone 1907 George Simmone 23rd April crushed by tub 1907 Thomas Hather 26th of July killed by roof fall The List http://johndoxey.100freemb.com/Silverwood/accidents.htm
Views: 30 Davis Lo
BBC1 News - UK Coal mining
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This is a low-resolution video preview of Steve Grudgings' excellent new book, published by Folly Books ( www.follybooks.co.uk ) illustrating the decline and demolition of the collieries of South Yorkshire. A fabulous, large-format hardback book with well over 350 quite unique colour and B&W photos....
Views: 1748 Nick McCamley
Yorkshire mine probe
An investigation has been launched into the safety of a Yorkshire mine after a man was killed when a roof collapsed. A second man, trapped by the leg at Kellingly Colliery in North Yorkshire, was brought out alive. North Yorkshire Police said it will investigate the incident jointly with specialist mine inspectors from the Health and Safety Executive. Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper, who is the local MP in the area, says that workers and familes are in shock and deeply saddened. She backed a full investigation but fell short of calling for a review of safety for the small mining industry around the country. It's the second mine tragedy in a fortnight after four men died at the Gleision Colliery in the Swansea Valley in Wales. The pit's operated by UK Coal and is the largest deep mine left in the county. Emergency services were called to Kellingley Colliery, in Knottingley, North Yorkshire, around 5pm after a collapse in the 800 metre deep pit. It's not the first time that tragedy has struck at the pit. In 2009, another man died at the colliery when equipment failed. At the time, UK Coal were given Health and Safety summonses from the Health and Safety Executive in connection with four deaths in separate incidents at its collieries.
Views: 588 ITV News
Scotland’s Coal – Life after Extraction?
Here is a truly exciting opportunity to deliver a unique natural rock laboratory for Industry and University training and research in Carboniferous rocks, exploiting the man-made landscapes that are a legacy of opencast mining operations in Scotland. The British Geological Survey (BGS http://www.bgs.ac.uk) are working together with the Scottish Mines Restoration Trust (SMRT http://www.smrtrust.org/) to facilitate communities and other stakeholders in bringing together viable restoration plans for the former opencast coal site at Spireslack, near Muirkirk in East Ayrshire. BGS will deliver the strategic geological baseline knowledge to underpin these efforts.
Kellingley Colliery The Final Shift. A Miners Tribute. Ricky Graham
Ricky Graham sings The Working Man The Final Shift, Kellingley Colliery.
Views: 128 Deano Johns
Days Out Ep.5 National Coal Mining Museum
A trip to the National Coal Mining Museum neat Huddersfield. NCMM- https://www.ncm.org.uk/
Abandoned Mine Explore #16 : Yorkshire, Old Gang : 4 x Mines, Including Brandy Bottle
In this one, we explore 4 x mines in Yorkshire, including levels on the Brandy Bottle Incline, an area we have not explored before. Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/RetroGamerVX My social media : https://www.facebook.com/groups/330119565983/ Twitter : http://twitter.com/RetroGamerVX uk mine explore abandoned bandy bottle level #abandoned #mine #explore #yorkshire
Views: 558 RetroGamerVX
Wrexham Mines Rescue station - Training
A former member of the Mines Rescue Team describes how they were trained in the surface training galleries at the Wrexham Mines Rescue Station.
Views: 629 Ken Howarth
Zimbabwe - Garratt hauling coal Hwange to Thomson Jt, July 2017
The Hwange Colliery in Zimbabwe offers one of the very last regular steam operations in the world in 2017. Up until recently the coal mine had two Garratts operating but, on my recent visit in July this year, they appear to be down to the last steamable example. The colliery has numerous other Garratts (and other types) scattered around the depot, but none are in a working condition. Number 611 is a Class 16, 2-8-2 + 2-8-2 .... a truly magnificent machine .... way overpowered for the shunting and short trip working asked of it. On Monday, 17th July 2017, the Garratt takes a loaded train of coal the short distance from the colliery to Thomson Junction, on the mainline. She returns soon after with a few empty wagons. Quite how long it will be before the diesels at TJ are allowed up to the colliery is not known at this stage. If you want to see a Garratt hauling freight, I suggest you take an African safari as soon as possible !
DEAD BODY SCARE at Abandoned Coal Mine
What a belter of a place! This week where in Yorkshire checking out an abandoned coal mine, but first we gotta check out this black bin bag that smells of rotting flesh. Our Equipment: Sony A7s Mirrorless Camera: https://amzn.to/2uEOzq2 DJI Mavic Air Drone: https://amzn.to/2JcGITU Rode Videomic: https://amzn.to/2H4Fv08 YI 4K Action Camera: https://amzn.to/2JdvpLa Sigma 10-20mm: https://amzn.to/2JfrNrW DJI Phantom 3 Pro: https://amzn.to/2JhcaQL Canon EF Lens to Sony E-mount Adapter: https://amzn.to/2EgmNzI Bit of history: The first shafts at Maltby Main Colliery were sunk in 1910, and the first coal produced four years later. An explosion in the pit occurred 28 July 1923, resulting in 27 deaths. The mine was closed in 2013, and the above ground structures demolished in 2014. Exploring the dilapidated ruins of civilisation, abandoned factories, creepy theme parks, military bases, and underground vaults containing the remnants of a by gone era. And with a bit of comedy and humour chucked in there too, can't be too serious about these things. Urban Exploring is not for kiddies. Abandoned places are dangerous. Adventures are fun. Check us on our other pages: http://facebook.com/earthwillburn http://vimeo.com/earthwillburn http://youtube.com/earthwillburn And on the ol instagram: http://instagram.com/earthwillburn/ Shot by Jonny Norton, Alex Harvey, Mark Lloyd & Edited by Mark Lloyd. http://hellonearth.co.uk And as always like, comment, subscribe and do what all you people do. #upthehoe
Views: 57538 Hell on Earth
South Yorkshire colliery in old postcards
Lots of postcard images showing coal mines from my area in vintage picture postcard format. If you enjoyed this short video then please subscribe and view my other yourube videos. More pics can be views on the following facebook group - please feel free to join www.facebook.com/groups/dearnevalleyinoldphotos FFS people, if you are going to steal my youtube images and stick them on local facebook page then at least give me some fucking credit... come on Matt from Mexbro'... it's not hard :(
Views: 2051 Andrew McGarrigle
A day of  Steam Locomotive in Sandaoling Coal Mine 4K
Impressive footage taken since 2014 to 2017 in Xinjiang , China
Views: 5876 iso8.tv 綾繁重工
Miners last day as Britain's last deep-coal pit Kellingley Colliery closes
Miners at the UK's last remaining deep-coal pit have spoken after working their final shifts ahead of its closure. Report by Asana Greenstreet.
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Drift mine at National Mining Museum,  Yorkshire.
Our visit to the Mining museum. New area opened to the public.
Views: 2824 Matt McBean
Kellingley Colliery Pit Closure By Ken Capstick
Kellingley Colliery is the last remaining deep mine in North Yorkshire, with reserves which have the potential to last until the 2030s, UK Coal has said.
Views: 1928 Striking Back
Coal Mining News, 1960's - Film 33760
Coal mining stories - fire fighting. Bold Colliery in Lancashire. Fire fighting practice or drill. Firemen race along with hoses and try to knock targets down. Climbing a ladder to a window. Holding the ladder. Putting out practice fire with fire hydrant. In Matlock Derbyshire, a terrible magician - now I know how they 'chop' a lady's head off. The Chesterfield miners welface club. Disappearing lady. Levitating lady. Magician and assistant wife have no personality - hopeless. Engineers repair a coal face cutting machine. A Great Britain mile athlete John Wheddon training in Sherwood forest woods and in Mansfield. Will run in the mile at the 1968 Mexico Olympics. Wife Janet Wheddon cycles along side John on a road. Pedestrian point of view in Mansfield. Runs solo on an athletics track.
Views: 812 HuntleyFilmArchives
300 Ft. Down-- Inside the Viper Coal Mine
State Journal-Register photographer T.J. Salsman takes you deep inside the Viper Coal Mine in Williamsville, IL.
ECS Helps Keep the National Coal Mining Museum Above Water
The National Coal Mining Museum for England has been offering visitors the chance to learn more about this ancient industry for over 25 years. As with most coal mines, there is a constant build up of water in the underground workings that makes its way to the old mineshafts. This water needs to be pumped out and treated before it is discharged into the local watercourse. ECS Engineering Services has been responsible for maintaining the pumps and the treatment works for the past 18 years and ensuring that the water levels remain under control. The museum is based at the site of Caphouse Colliery in Overton, West Yorkshire and originally opened in 1988 as the Yorkshire Mining Museum after the colliery was closed in 1985. In 1995, it gained national status and at this point ECS was appointed to maintain the water pumping equipment and the treatment works, which it has been doing ever since. The contract has seen a permanent presence of ECS engineers, who are responsible for preventing the museum from filling up with ground water and ensuring that the treated water meets the standards set by the Environment Agency (EA). Read the full story here: http://ow.ly/yU0qU Editorial contact: DMA Europa Ltd. : Chris Holman Tel: 44 (0)1562 751436 Fax: 44 (0)1562 748315 Web: http://www.dmaeuropa.com Email: [email protected] Address: Europa Building, Arthur Drive, Hoo Farm Industrial Estate Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY11 7RA, UK Reader contact: ECS Engineering Services Ltd : Jamie Wesley, Commercial Manager - Water Control Division Tel: 44 (0)1773 860001 Fax: 44 (0)1773 810003 Web: http://www.ecsengineeringservices.com Email: [email protected] Address: Brookhill Road, Brookhill Industrial Estate, Pinxton, Notts, NG16 6NS
When British Coal Was King - BBC Mining Part 4
Timeshift explores the lost world of coal mining and the extraordinarily rich social and cultural lives of those who worked in what was once Britain's most important industry. It's a story told through a largely forgotten film archive that movingly documents the final years of coal's heyday from the 1940s to the 1980s. One priceless piece of footage features a ballet performance by tutu-wearing colliers. Featuring contributions from those who worked underground, those who lived in the pit villages, those who filmed them at work and at play and those - like Billy Elliot writer Lee Hall - who have been inspired by what made coalfield culture so unique. Narrated by Christopher Eccleston
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Us Ambassador Visits Coal Mine (1957)
Unissued / Unused material. Visit of American Ambassador Whitney to coal mine and coke works. Durham. Various shots arrival of the American Ambassador at Fishburn Colliery, he goes into mine. Various shots of mine, various shots Ambassador and party coming out of the mine. Various shots of Ambassador Whitney looking at flaming coke being shot into train. Various LS's of the factory. Various shots showing the production of coke. Various shots pusher going into coke to expel it, coke being shot out into big truck on rail which carries it into cooling chamber. Various shots of cooled coke being tipped into bunker and removed for screening. CU plant sign. FILM ID:2882.14 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/
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Layout Extension Part 2 - Yorkshire Dales Model Railway
This week I had a crack at painting the backscene! Painting backscenes is by absolutely no means a strong point of mine (in fact quite the opposite!) but I’m pleased with the result and the scenery and colours should really blend together. I decided against a photographic backscene for this section, simply because Ive found they can be a bit overpowering and draw the focus away from the layout itself in some cases. The other nice thing about painting is I can always improve it as I get better. Some dry stone walls are down, which take an age to dry in the winter! I’ve used the same method for these as shown in a previous video, although I pre coloured them this time. These will be dry-brushed and touched up when dry, and will be blended into the scenery when all the flock and grass is down. The track is ballasted, and some static grass is down, although I’ll show this fully in a future video as I’ll need to stock up at Christmas. Lastly I used some Sculptamould to fill in the gaps around the occupational bridge and front boards. In the next video I’ll scratch build some barns, and then after Christmas it will be time to get some grass, bushes, trees, signals, telegraph poles, platelayers huts, gates, styles, farm buildings, viaducts and of course lots and lots of sheep in place. As always, thanks for watching.
Views: 5421 Mouldy Raspberry
Mining Capital's Alastair Ford on the risk and rewards at Sirius Minerals
Mining Capital's Alastair Ford talks through the investment case for Sirius Minerals PLC (LON:SXX). The company has, it says, at Woodsmith, the largest and highest grade polyhalite project anywhere in the world - a total of 2.66bn tonnes to be exact, and that across only 7% of the ground Sirius has under licence. ''It's a significant project on many levels - local employment, income, engineering ... and of course it's an interesting experiment in the sale and marketing of Polyhalite too because that's broadly speaking a new product''. ''There's been for some time a significant amount of scepticism about whether it's going to work and Sirius has done a lot of persuading of influential people to convince them it will ... and on the whole the jury is out''.
At the centre - near Chesterton, Staffs. one can take a guided tour of an old drift coal mine...
Views: 1362 DADRENO
National Coal Mining Museum - Paddy Train
The National Coal Mining Museum at Overton near Wakefield in Yorkshire, UK provides an insight into what was once one of the country's leading industries. The museum includes and underground tour, artefacts and art exhibits, together with nature trails and outdoor exhibits served by a battery powered 'Paddy train'. There is also a cable-hauled tramway demonstrating how coal was extracted from drift mines. The video focuses on the Paddy Train. For more information see http://ngruk.blogspot.com - Music "Gently" by Daniel O'Connor (http://www.danosongs.com ). Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0
Views: 1954 Ge Rik
National Coal Mining Museum for Engand, Yorkshire, Muzeum Górnictwa, Polish Community in Doncaster
National Coal Mining Museum for Engand, Yorkshire, Polish Community in Doncaster http://www.doncaster.pl
Views: 1109 Doncaster.pl
JobSight Spotlight - "Success Xpress Mobile Training Unit"
EKCEP and JobSight's "Success Xpress" mobile training unit brings cutting edge mining training technology to coal mining operations across eastern Kentucky.
Views: 202 EKCEP
When The Wheels Stopped Turning
Watching the headstocks stop revolving on the final day of coal production at Thoresby Colliery, the last working pit in Nottinghamshire.
Views: 1210 John Randle

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