The Collieries - General

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1 Lord Londonderry's letter to Seaham shopkeepers (1844) 63
2 Fire at Dawdon Colliery (February 1933) 112
3 Our Colliery Village by Newcastle Weekly Chronicle 128
4 Durham Coalfield showing the collieriess working in 1942 114
5 Outcry when matches found at Ryhope Colliery (July 1881) 91
6 Commission admits that the Seaham Collieries are amongst the best managed in the country (January 1926) 97
7 Map of Durham Coalfield 1950 to 1991 98
8 Photo of Dawdon Colliery Pit Pond 120
9 Photo of Vane Tempest Colliery 98
10 Photo of The Ball Alley 106
11 The "Blasties" of Seaham or were they from Sunderland? (March 1933) 200
12 Londonderry keeps Seaham pits open at a cost of £1000 per week (October 1931) 114
13 1869 Inst of Civil Engineers_ Experiments in temperature at Seaham Colliery 136
14 The Nthd and Durham Miners Strike and Londonderry's letter to shopkeepers (July 1844) 127
15 North Hetton Colliery coals shipped from Seaham Harbour (September 1836) 138
16 Sale of sinkng equipment from Seaton Colliery (May 1852) 144
17 Tenders invited to build 80 pitmens houses at Seaton (August 1851) 127
18 Strike by Seaham miners (May 1874) 199
19 Sale of land at Seaton for coal mine (April 1842) 158
20 The decline in the coal trade at Seaham Harbour (April 1866) 198
 
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