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Barnsley Main Colliery
Homage to Barnsley Main Colliery. Coal mining started in Barnsley during the middle ages and the 'Barnsley Seam' was the most important coal seam in South Yorkshire. Deep coal mining ceased in the UK when on 18 December 2015, miners at Kellingley worked their final shift, marking the end of Great Britain's deep coal mining industry.
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Promotional video of Markham Main Colliery filmed U/G and on the surface.
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Robson Green and the Pitmen Painters : down the pit
Robson, the son and grandson of miners, returns to his Northumberland roots to explore the incredible story of The Ashington Group. In this extract, he goes down Maltby Colliery in South Yorkshire for the first time. Robson Green and The Pitmen Painters is an incredible story and a personal journey of inspiration and achievement (8 May 2011).
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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 Prince of Wales Colliery
please don't subscribe if you are only interested in this video this is not my normal type of content nor no I plan on uploading this kind of content thank you. The Prince of Wales Colliery is a coal mining colliery on the northern edge of Pontefract in West Yorkshire. unfortunately the colliery closed in 2002 The 77-acre former pit yard and spoil heap is now turned into a housing estate is now owned by Harworth Estates and is expected to build 917 houses check out Andrew moore ( the drone shots ) https://www.facebook.com/GreatBritainByAir/ https://www.twitter.com/DroneBuddyUK/ https://www.youtube.com/user/pontelad28 check out MK55A ( train video ) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChN_g9P1GFIqVbuj1gwUl5g prince of wales FB page ( always adding new things ) https://www.facebook.com/groups/857017517686154/ Yorkshire mining FB page https://www.facebook.com/groups/yorkshireminers/ song - Eagle-Eye Cherry - Save Tonight https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHxnm1-gVS4 RIP PRINCE OF WALES please share this video and like as it is much appreciated :)
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Barnsley Main Colliery
Located in Hoyle Mill near Barnsley South Yorkshire and following on from our previous videos we provide footage of the former pit head of Barnsley Main Colliery. Yes we know, there is a spelling mistake in the title of the video and another minor error but we'll live with it rather than reupload ! If you are a member of the public watching this and think that the drone flew too close to the building in some of the shots we can assure you that it did not. This is a result of an optical illusion created by the lens and there was in fact more clearance between the aircraft and the building than it appears. www.excelents.co.uk
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Mining News, 1970's - Film 7513
Yorkshire, the Riddings Drift mine. Transit van arrives. Man enters colliery offices which look like a semi-detached house. moving heavy equipment around on the surface by cranes and lorries. A Hydra Speedcrane. The start of the drift. Train. Stockpiles of coal shifted around. Man standing by brazier. riddings miners visit Cheltenham factory to see suppliers. Men training on the surface. Pulling a thick metal chain. Man talks about fantastic achievements of Riddings. Automatic cutting equipment. Conveyor belts loaded with coal. Miner wearing hat sits in office talking. Riddings produces ten tones per man shift. Train and conveyor leave pit. Coal pouring off conveyor belt. Point of view from train entering tunnel. Riddings techniques are a hybrid of efficient British and American techniques. Use of television cameras underground. surface control room with man watching TV monitors. Riddings now a 15 tons per man shift mine (National average is two and a half tons). Riddings has touched 17 and a half tons. August 1970, the official opening. Jaguar car approaches mine entrance. Lord Robens. Robens wearing a helmet goes underground. He talks to men. Large lunch for miners and their families in marquee. Brass band concert. Robens makes speech and awards copper safety lamps to miners. Man and woman examine lamp. They kiss. Miner drinks from yellow mug. Point of view from train as it leaves the drift.
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Newton Chambers and Co., Rockingham Colliery, Birdwell, South Yorkshire
Rockingham Colliery at Birdwell near Barnsley was owned by the Sheffield based firm of Newton Chambers and Co. This short film shows the aerial ropeways which were used to convey coal and coke between the colliery and the Thorncliffe coal distillation plant. Also shown is the production of coke.
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Barnsley Oaks Colliery
A place local to me. Being from South Yorkshire mining is a big part of our heritage. This video features Barnsley Main head gear and the upcoming 150 memorial of the Oaks disaster.
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Thoresby colliery swiping in
swiping in
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Ceiber Colliery
The Closing Of Penrhiwceiber Colliery
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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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Review 35th Year No. 4 (1981)
Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFI Prospects are looking good for the coal industry, with productivity increasing despite the recession, as well as plenty of “youngsters embarking on a career in coalmining.” The National Mining Museum at Lound Hall, near Retford, provides training to aspiring miners, as well as exhibiting a wide range of mining artefacts to the public. There’s also time for a sunny visit to Beamish Open Air Museum in County Durham in this issue of the monthly mining cinemagazine. 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/
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Oaks Colliery, Barnsley
Drone footage of oaks Colliery in Barnsley. The biggest mining disaster in the uk.
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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
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One-Man Coal Mine (1947)
One-man coal mine. Peggy Tub mine, Wakefield, West Yorkshire. M/S of small working coal mine with wheels going around at the top. Aerial view as truck of coal comes to surface on winch. M/S of the owner and miner Bram Pashley, he comes out and walks up ladder then tips truck down into a big bunker. Various good shots of him underground working on coal seam with pickaxe. Various shots of Pashley loading truck and pushing it up to the winch. M/S of Pashley tipping it out into bunker on the surface. M/S as Pashley wheels a barrow of coal and tips it into his own coal house. FILM ID:1241.27 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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Markham Main Colliery, Armthorpe, Doncaster
A promotional video of Markham Main Colliery filmed underground and on the surface.
Views: 1353 Karl Faulkner
Rossington mining village in West Yorkshire, 1960.  Archive Film 91243
Rossington. Rossington mining village in West Yorkshire. Boys cycling around the street. Miners walking home from the pit.
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Silverwood Colliery
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Thoresby Colliery
Supply Gate roadway roof collapsing into the gob (waste)
Views: 2237 Adrian Pitchford
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: 1648 Nick McCamley
We went out recently over Daw Mill Colliery one of the UKs largest coal producers before its closure to see whats now become of this once thriving site. we had a good explore above ground and then started below were we came across a pretty fast flowing underground river! Daw mill colliery history: Daw Mill was the largest mine and biggest producer of coal in its region, located just outside of a town called Nuneaton. It first opened in 1956 with the first shaft being sunk between 1956-1959 and the second sunk between 1969-1971. The mine was a natural extension of former collieries Kingsbury and dexter all of which mined in the five metre Warwickshire coal field known as the Warwickshire thick. After the denationalisation of the coal industry Daw Mill was brought by UKCoal and by 2008 nearly 700 people worked at the mine, it was also this year that Daw Mill produced over 3.25million tons of coal beating a 13 year old record for annual output. However as early as 2009 talks about Daw Mill future had begun with coal prices dropping each year and railway threats to business. In 2009 Daw Mill was rated the most technologically advanced and most productive mine in Europe. The colliery was situated on the Birmingham to nuneaton line just east of the former Shustoke railway station. In 1983 an inclined tunnel linking underground workings with the surface was completed. This drift mining enabled Daw Mill to increase its production capacity as it removed the often time-consuming process of winding coal up the shafts. On record 3 men have been killed at Daw Mill in mining accidents in 2006 and 2007. In 2011 UKCoal was fined 1.2million pounds for safety breaches. On 22nd February 2013 a major fire broke out in the mine 500 metres underground and was described as the worst underground blaze in Britain for 30 years, no one was injured however with the fire unable to be put out for months the damage left behind compared with profits each year was not justified and the mine never re-opened after the fire. Daw Mill was the last remaining colliery in the West Midlands, once operating 20 collieries. Most the the Daw Mill site has now been demolished and the remaining buildings in recent years have really taken a beating from vandals (even last year the remaining buildings were in pretty good shape) unfortunately id never taken my camera before so thought I would this time to film what remains. most of the shoots with the convyer belts are now filled completely with water and only one still has room to get down into, the house remains, power room, a couple of odd sheds and warehouses, and of course all the underground fun. This video will be in 2 parts so keep an eye out for the second part coming soon! if you could drop the page a subscribe and like the video that’ll be much appreciated cheers all!
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 .
The industrial communities struggling to survive
No jobs and no future for the kids," that is what people in one former mining village near Doncaster have told the Victoria Derbyshire programme. Hatfield Colliery closed suddenly three weeks ago and the former miners are planning a demonstration this weekend - with no prospect of their jobs being saved they want to at least save the pit winding wheels. There is now only one deep coal mine left in Britain. As extra powers are being offered to city mayors and the new emphasis on the big urban centres that make up the Northern Powerhouse, Dan Johnson asks if there is a future for industrial communities?
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Searchers Descend Bentley Colliery After Disaster
Stricken villages watch relief party set out to aid victims of explosion at Bentley Colliery. ® Sub.1. Veteran miners' leader, Mr Herbert Smith, goes down blazing mine with rescue teams. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8294dfd28db2489bb8dc03cf9c8c6b0e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Miners Return to Lofthouse Colliery
Members of Lofthouse Park Group and Outwood Community Video along with ex-miners who worked at Lofthouse, rerun for a nostalgic look around.
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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.
Clayton Equipment Rossington Colliery CB21 BoBo
The Clayton Equipment flameproof CB21 BoBo FLP locomotive filmed in operation at UK Coals Rossington Colliery. This locomotive enabled a 24 minutes reduction in travelling time to the face for all of the 144 miners, whilst travelling safely up to 32 km/hr.
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The LAST MINERS Interview
Hard men on the Scrapheap, For more go to ---------- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHPZ23aDpYo
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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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The Lads From Goldthorpe Colliery
This is a tribute to all who worked at Goldthorpe Colliery in South Yorkshire over the years.
Views: 683 robert moore
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
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Allerton Bywater Colliery - 1990's
Short video taken at Allerton Bywater Colliery around 1992, mostly in the stockyard where I worked as the Slinger ....
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Tours of WW1 - Spanbroekmolen Mine Crater
In 1914 Spanbroekmolen was the site of a windmill. At the end of the First Battle of Ypres in November 1914 the German Front Line was established in this location on the high ground of the Messines Ridge. Between then and 7th June 1917 the Germans spent a year and a half developing well-established positions here with concrete bunkers and strong defensive positions. The mine at Spanbroekmoelen was started by 171st Tunneling Company, Royal Engineers, on 1st January. Six months later the mine was finished. To celebrate the mine's completion two officers made their way into the chamber with four bottles of champagne and drinking glasses. The main charge for the mine was made up of 50 LB (pound) boxes of ammonol, totalling 90,000 lbs (pounds). The main charge was finally completed on 28th June 1916 and officially completed, according to the War Diary, on 1st July 1916. The attack on Messines Ridge had been planned since January 1916. However, it had to be delayed to June 1917, because of the Germans offensives at Verdun and the Somme. Once blown, the mine left a 75m wide by over 12m deep crater, and the detonation destroyed the German lines. The site is now a memorial called the "Pool of Peace". InRange is entirely viewer supported, please consider it: http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv
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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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Pit Disaster Near Barnsley (1935)
Title for this item is missing - paperwork states that this item(s) belong(s) to the NEWS IN A NUTSHELL collection - which is broken apart. Barnsley, Yorkshire. Pan across the mine, some houses seen in background. Sixteen miners have lost their lives in a Colliery explosion. Several miners sitting in front of one of the buildings. A miner enters the lift and goes into the pit. Another miner stays up looking on. Several shots of the miners gathered in front of the building. This item finishes at (01:22:10) and the next item HURRICANE IN FLORIDA starts. Paperwork wrongly states that this item is missing. Florida, United States of America (USA). Various shots of the hurricane destroying everything on its way. Various shots of debris, houses in the ocean, floating palm trees etc., severe wind still blowing. FILM ID:837.17 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: 776 British Pathé
Mining Accident - Barnsley (1938)
Soundtrack is currently missing for this item. Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Various shots of crowds of people waiting at a pit for news of men injured or killed in a mining disaster at Barnsley. Men walk up stairs carrying stretchers. Bodies are carried past the crowd on stretchers. A (Salvation Army?) man pours tea for the waiting people. Note: this may belong to a different issue. FILM ID:965.28 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: 1179 British Pathé
Virtual Reality 1904 pit tour brings Hemingfield Colliery back to life
Artist and VR expert Iain Nicholls has teamed up with the Bard of Barnsley, poet Ian McMillan, to produce an amazing narrated Virtual Reality 1904 Coal Mine Experience - bringing Yorkshire's Hemingfield Colliery in Barnsley back to life. Here Graham Walker finds out how they did it. Read more at: http://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/whats-on/video-yorkshire-pit-tour-in-virtual-reality-gets-world-premiere-in-scarborough-1-8563771
Views: 379 Graham Walker
National Coal Board coal mine colliery
National Coal Board - 1960 - 1990 Coal Mine , Silverwood Colliery, Manton Colliery. have you worked for the coal mines we can deal with your claim on a NO WIN NO FEE Basis. you can email us on [email protected] for more information Text "CLAIM" 07802806498
sharlston colliery 1860-1993
a look at sharlston colliery from the start to the end
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Hatfield Colliery from above.
Views: 370 Jon Whyke