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Posted: 13/02/2018 17:26:49
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Hello who runs the site? Smile

There are some fantastic images of Geddling Colliery on the photo section, and I wondered if they could be used for a short piece on mining heritage.

Who would be the best person to ask?

Any help would be very much appreciated!

Simon
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Posted: 13/02/2018 17:50:44
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Hello

Only the original contributor can provide permission to re-use photographs.

Beneath each photo (when viewing full size, not the album miniatures) you'll see the username, click that, the click the "Click here to send (username) a private message."

Hopefully they'll respond. But that's the only way permission can be gained - the copyright in the photos rests with the person who took them. The photos don't belong to this site, or the site admins, so we can't give permission.

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