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Barhaugh Colliery Coal Mine (United Kingdom)

Worked in the Carboniferous Upper Limestone Group by F G Shepherd, this mine worked the Little Limestone seam of 17" thickness average via a single drift with double track at 1'9" gauge. The mine was still open in june 1996 but was reported as closed by 2000.

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Last updated February 17th 2011 by parkus
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Last updated September 12th 2007 by sparty_lea

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Major Mining Region

Barhaugh Colliery Coal Mine belongs to the Alston Moor region.

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