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  • Hundreds of jobs to go in early closure plans for West …

     · Hundreds of jobs to go in early closure plans for West Wallsend colliery. A combination of environmental concerns and tough market conditions has forced multi …

  • Coal Mines Photos | NSW State Archives

    These photos are of pit-tops and loading and transport facilities of northern NSW coal mines & include: Australian Agricultural Company''s pits at Glebe and the Sea-pit, Burwood and 3 and Burwood Extended, Cardiff, Co-operative, Duckenfield, Dudley, Durham ...

  • West Wallsend''s ''rich history'' to be honoured under …

     · West Wallsend''s coal mining history dates back to 1888, when the first coal was extracted from West Wallsend Colliery. By 1910, when a steam tram service commenced, the town was home to 6000 residents, two schools, a railway station and at least five hotels.

  • 2011 NEWSTAN AEMR

    Young Wallsend, Great Northern, Fassifern, Borehole and West Borehole coal seams. The Newstan Colliery produces both a semi soft coking coal and thermal coal for the domestic and export markets. This Annual Environmental Management Report (AEMR

  • Ralph Snowball Printed Photographs | Living Histories

    Wallsend Ambulance group [picnic], NSW, 23 October 1897 Sacred Heart School class, Hamilton, NSW, 6 February 1895 Person Ralph Snowball Top men West Wallsend Colliery, West Wallsend, NSW, 15 May 1898 About Originals Created by Ralph Snowball ...

  • Wallsend

     · Young Wallsend could have been named Tulkaba, the place of the soft ti-tree; and West Wallsend could have been designated the distinctive name Pitoba, the place of the pipe-clay. Mrs Hafey, now of Killingworth, mentioned that piles used to be taken on small barges down Iron Bark Creek into the Hunter River, and thence to Newcastle.

  • Grout removed from stream in Sugarloaf subsidence …

     · Glencore Xstrata''s West Wallsend Colliery was ordered to remove 150square metres of grout from a stream following a botched mine-subsidence repair job that was revealed by the Newcastle Herald last year. Due to the sensitive nature of the conservation area

  • Durham Mining Museum

    Wallsend Colliery - Church Pit 1860s — — — — DUR Wardley Colliery 1860s 1896 — — 1947 DUR Washington Colliery 1860s 1896 — — — DUR Washington ''F'' Pit 1860s 1896 — — — DUR Wearmouth Colliery …

  • West Wallsend Colliery Continued Operations Project – …

    West Wallsend Colliery (WWC) is an underground mine that has been operating since 1969 and is located within the Newcastle Coalfield of New South Wales. WWC pit-top is located approximately 1 kilometre east of the residential area of Killingworth and1.25).

  • SCN Brian R. Andrews

    West Wallsend No. 2 Colliery was at Killingworth, NSW.

  • RETRO MINING STICKER

    RETRO MINING STICKER - West Wallsend Colliery Longwall 1 1989 - $5.99. FOR SALE! Track Page Views WithAuctiva''s FREE Counter 223791911554 Seller - 24,964+ items sold. 0.2% negative feedback. Top-Rated Seller! Ships on time with tracking, 0 problems

  • Ravensworth Operations

    Ravensworth Operations is a joint venture between Glencore 90% and Itochu 10%. The CHPP assets are owned by the joint venture partners and operated by Glencore. Glencore continues to engage openly and regularly with the communities of Broke, Bulga, Singleton …

  • West Wallsend Lines (Page 1) / Railway Archaeology / …

     · Collieries such as Seaham , Seaham No.2 and West Wallsend colliery. Seahampton was named after Seaham colliery and I think the F3-Cardiff interchange behind West Wallsend covers part of the old colliery yard. The remains are very overgrown, however the dams for Seaham and No.2 are still present.

  • Mining history in West Wallsend

    - Hi, and welcome to Under Sugarloaf TV. Another episode where we''re gonna to be talking to John O''Donnell, and we''re gonna be looking at the Sugarloaf Colli...

  • History of Railways in Northumberland

     · Maps of Northumberland, County Durham and Cleveland, UK, showing each waggonway (or wagonway), tramway, mineral railway, railroad, colliery, coal pit, lead mine, ironstone mine and quarry. Killingworth Waggonway - C.R.Warn in his book Waggonways and Early Railways of Northumberland states that a wooden waggonway opened in 1764 from Killingworth Moor to Willington Quay.

  • Wallsend Colliery (1778

    Wallsend Colliery (1778 - 1935) Wallsend Colliery consisted of 7 pits and was active between 1778 and 1935. The high main coal seam was nearly six feet thick and the term "Wallsend coal" was at one time widely used reflecting the rich seam and prosperity for the mine owners. [ 1] In the 1820''s the pits became incorporated as ''Russell''s Colliery ...

  • Coal & Community

    The West Wallsend No. 2 Colliery explosion, although it made the local papers, not much was written about it and was kept hush hush at the time. It happened on 8 January 1979 at approximately 5 am in the morning when the power was switched on underground after being off from Saturday afternoon unbeknownst to the colliery.

  • Durham

    Easington Colliery, West Hartlepool, 1951 Methane explosion caused by a sudden release of gas following a roof fall in the waste. ... Wallsend Colliery "A" Pit, Wallsend, 1821 Explosion. 52 died. Walker Colliery, Walker, 1823 Shaft Accident – fall of stones. 6 ...

  • EXN Coal and Community

    Top men West Wallsend Colliery, West Wallsend, NSW, 15 May 1898 by Special Collections 1 Australian Agricultural Company''s Sea Pit, Cooks Hill, NSW, [1887] by Special Collections Dudley Colliery Fan, Dudley, NSW, 21 March 1898 by Special 3 ...

  • Video

    Video – Mining history in West Wallsend – Sugarloaf Colliery Please enter a valid URL – Hi, and welcome to Under Sugarloaf TV. Another episode where we''re gonna to be talking to John O''Donnell, and we''re gonna be looking at the Sugarloaf Colliery number so ...

  • West Wallsend 1979

    West Wallsend 1979. 08/01/1979 - West Wallsend - Explosion. On 8 January 1979 at approximately 5 am in the morning when the power was switched on underground after being off from Saturday afternoon unbeknownst to the colliery. On the last working day of 1978, a truck going through Edgeworth ran into the substation at that location.

  • Mining Deaths

    Mining Deaths - West Wallsend Colliery Mining Deaths - Waratah Collieries Mining Deaths - Belmont Collieries Mining Deaths - South Burwood, Burwood Redhead and Burwood Extended Mining Deaths - Burwood Colliery Mining Deaths - Northumberland Colliery ...

  • Video

     · https:// Hi, and welcome to another episode of UnderSugarloaf TV. Today, we''re going to be talking to John O''Donnell again, about the ...

  • West Wallsend Branch

    West Wallsend Colliery Colliery Closed unknown unknown 4 Seaham Colliery Colliery Closed unknown unknown 1 Summary Track: unknown Stations: 0 / 1 in use Section Opened Closed Usage Jct (Cockle Creek) - Seaham Colliery 11-Nov-1918 unknown 1 ...

  • RETRO MINING STICKER

    PicClick Insights - Retro Mining Sticker - West Wallsend Colliery Sept -Oct 1989 Longwall Changeout PicClick ExclusivePopularity - 142 views, 0.3 views per day, 568 days on eBay. Very high amount of views. 0 sold, 1 available. More

  • Macquarie Coal

    West Wallsend Colliery When mining finished at West Wallsend Colliery in 2016, some of the workforce remained to undertake ongoing environmental management and begin mine closure activities. More than 80 million tonnes of coal were mined over the …

  • Grout Remediation Plan

    West Wallsend Colliery (WWC) undertakes its mining operations in accordance with the sites Project Approval (PA_09_0203), Environment Protection License (EPL1360), Environmental Assessment (West Wallsend Colliery Continued Operations Project 2010) and Subsidence Management/Extraction Plans.

  • When Killingworth Colliery blew up ~ Photo Time Tunnel

     · Thanks to Brian Robert Andrews for correcting and informing this text. At 5.25am on December 7, 1910, people who lived near Killingworth, NSW, were awoken by a huge, ground-shaking explosion. As they looked outside, they saw a great black cloud of dust over the area of West Wallsend-Killingworth Colliery and immediately guessed what had happened.

  • West Wallsend Colliery Map

    West Wallsend Colliery West Wallsend Colliery is an industrial park in Lake Macquarie.West Wallsend Colliery is situated southwest of Barnsley, close to The Broadway Near Charlton St.

  • West Wallsend: Community History

    West Wallsend was founded on coal mining. In July 1888 the West Wallsend Coal Co. colliery commenced production after some years of lead up work. The Monkwearmouth Coal Co. colliery also began producing in the area in March 1890 after 4 years of preparation. It became Seaham Colliery in 1891-92. West Wallsend Extended (Killingworth) opened in 1892.

  • West Wallsend Coal Mine | Major Projects

    West Wallsend Coal Mine Mod 1 - Longwalls 51 and 52 View the Mod 1 - Longwalls 51 and 52 Project Determination The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land and pays respect to all ...

  • West Wallsend Heritage Master Plan | Lake Macquarie

    West Wallsend is "one of the most significant historic townscapes in Lake Macquarie" (City of Lake Macquarie Heritage Study, 1993). An earlier study of the City of Lake Macquarie for the Hunter Regional Environmental Plan (REP) 1989 Heritage Study, identified it as one of the priority Conservation Areas within the city boundaries. ...

  • Mining Deaths

    Further Reading Mining Deaths - Wallarah Collieries Mining Deaths - Dudley Collieries Mining Deaths - West Wallsend Colliery Mining Deaths - Waratah Collieries Mining Deaths - Belmont Collieries Mining Deaths - South Burwood, Burwood Redhead and Burwood

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