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The Mine Explorer

£12.99

Product description

Cumbria Amenity Trust Mining History Society, 1994. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Octavo, 119 pages, illus. Contains articles on: Cumberland Mines Rescue Service pre1914, Working Practices at Coniston in 1858, Newland Iron Furnace, Aerial Ropeways, Kepple Cove Dam Disaster at Greenside Mine - October 1927, Greenside Mine in Liquidation May 1935, Leavings of the German Miners, The German Miners and the Question of Bismuth, German Miners and the Question of Wad, An Introduction to Braich Goch Slate Quarry at Corris 'Moses Kellow', The Moorfield Colliery Disaster of 1883, Miners' Electric Lamps, Underground Haulage at the Astley and Tyldesley Collieries 1884, Moses Kellow (1862-1943), Greenside Mining Accidents, Greenburn or Great Coniston Copper Mine, Little Langdale, Birkshead Gypsum Mine, Long Marton, Pump it Up, The Elizabethan Lead Mine at Greenhead Gill, Grasmere. Bookseller Inventory # 000686

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Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
119
Publisher:
Cumbrian Amenity Trust Mining History Society
Title:
The Mine Explorer Vol.4

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Cumbria Amenity Trust Mining History Society, 1994. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Octavo, 119 pages, illus. Contains articles on: Cumberland Mines Rescue Service pre1914, Working Practices at Coniston in 1858, Newland Iron Furnace, Aerial Ropeways, Kepple Cove Dam Disaster at Greenside Mine - October 1927, Greenside Mine in Liquidation May 1935, Leavings of the German Miners, The German Miners and the Question of Bismuth, German Miners and the Question of Wad, An Introduction to Braich Goch Slate Quarry at Corris 'Moses Kellow', The Moorfield Colliery Disaster of 1883, Miners' Electric Lamps, Underground Haulage at the Astley and Tyldesley Collieries 1884, Moses Kellow (1862-1943), Greenside Mining Accidents, Greenburn or Great Coniston Copper Mine, Little Langdale, Birkshead Gypsum Mine, Long Marton, Pump it Up, The Elizabethan Lead Mine at Greenhead Gill, Grasmere. Bookseller Inventory # 000686

Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
119
Publisher:
Cumbrian Amenity Trust Mining History Society
Title:
The Mine Explorer Vol.4

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