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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Park Coal Colliery

Park ('Stones') Coal Colliery (United Kingdom)


1918 owner J & R Stones Ltd, Garswood, Wigan until nationalisation in 1947. Seams Worked; Wigan, Five, Four and Nine Feet, Arley, Orrell Five Feet & later Pemberton 5ft. Three shafts sunk, No.3 used as an escape route.
Reconstructed in the 1950's
Closed 1959, Last NCB colliery in Ashton In Makerfield.
Rail connection to L & Y W R Lancashire Union Line to the East of Garswood station.

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Park Colliery Visit
Park Colliery Visit (8 photos)
Last updated May 24th 2013 by ICLOK
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Historic Photographs Of Park (10 photos)
Last updated July 27th 2011 by Lister
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Last updated July 27th 2011 by Lister

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