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Photographs Of Waterloo Colliery (album)
Posted: 11/05/2020 10:05:30
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Hi,
can you please tell me if you known when Waterloo Colliery was first sunk, and if these old plans are in your possession or part of an archive? I am researching the relationship with Wingfield Station for a local organisation. The sidings ran across the station forecourt from 1856. I have a copy of the Railtrack plans.
We would be interested in seeing the original plans you have posted if you are local to South Wingfield, or getting permission to reproduced them, if you are not.
Thank you.

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