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Eleanor Coal Colliery (United Kingdom)

c. 1870-1878
2 shaft's to a depth of ~500ft
Manager; Lowery
Under manager; Isaac Davies

"The Hard Five Quarter Coal rests on fireclay and at
the Eleanor Colliery, where the seam is known as the Four Foot
Mine, this fireclay contains a six-inch coal."

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