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New Hayes (New Hayes Colliery) Coal Mine (United Kingdom)

New Hayes Pit was 10 feet in diameter and sunk to the Kilgetty seam at a depth of 468 feet. Only four miles from Saundersfoot and a direct a link from the pit's mouth to the Saundresfoot Railway. Finally abandoned in 1867

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