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Butterwell Coal Mine (United Kingdom)

Butterwell is probably best known because of 'Big Geordie' the biggest walking dragline around for some time although now it's been scrapped and all the buildings are now doomed as they stand on 1 million tonnes of coal and it's coming out.

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Last updated April 13th 2011 by ian S
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Last updated April 13th 2011 by ian S

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