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Photographs of Wet Earth Coal Colliery

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Stone blocks Old building Old building Large engine block
Large engine block Shaft West of Dock Shaft North of Crane Traveling crane
Traveling crane Engine shed room Engine shed Loco shed
Loco shed Remains south of loco shed Remains south of loco shed Looks like a stone boat
Remains Shaft East of Washery Uncertain remains Uncertain remains
Uncertain remains Day eye Canal stages Shaft North of Screens
Canal below screens Canal basin Canal tunnel Canal below screens
Canal and tunnel Canal side Canal side Canal tunnel
Photographs Of Wet Earth (Photo ref 84323) Photographs Of Wet Earth (Photo ref 84322) Shaft Northeast of wheel chamber Possible shaft
Possible shaft Chimney remains Chimney (Fletchers Folly) Chimney (Fletchers Folly)
Chimney flue Pond to boiler house Pond to boiler house Pond to boiler house
Upcast shaft Boiler house remains Boiler house remains Engine base
Upcast shaft Boiler house remains
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