The Collieries - General

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1 Outcry when matches found at Ryhope Colliery (July 1881) 6
2 Commission admits that the Seaham Collieries are amongst the best managed in the country (January 1926) 11
3 Map of Durham Coalfield 1950 to 1991 11
4 Photo of Dawdon Colliery Pit Pond 12
5 Photo of Vane Tempest Colliery 13
6 Photo of The Ball Alley 19
7 The "Blasties" of Seaham or were they from Sunderland? (March 1933) 39
8 Londonderry keeps Seaham pits open at a cost of £1000 per week (October 1931) 19
9 1869 Inst of Civil Engineers_ Experiments in temperature at Seaham Colliery 45
10 The Nthd and Durham Miners Strike and Londonderry's letter to shopkeepers (July 1844) 41
11 North Hetton Colliery coals shipped from Seaham Harbour (September 1836) 34
12 Sale of sinkng equipment from Seaton Colliery (May 1852) 46
13 Tenders invited to build 80 pitmens houses at Seaton (August 1851) 34
14 Strike by Seaham miners (May 1874) 92
15 Sale of land at Seaton for coal mine (April 1842) 48
16 The decline in the coal trade at Seaham Harbour (April 1866) 84
17 Price of coal 1536 to 1829 78
18 Mass meeting of Seaham miners at Ryhope against the pay cuts (June 1877) 142
19 Proposed 20% pay cut - All Seaham miners resign (April 1874) 161
20 Proposal to reduce miners wages (February 1874) 166
 
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