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Phoenix Coal Mine (United Kingdom)

Phoenix mine was to be found deep in Barnhill Plantation in the forest of Dean. The mine was originally opened as New Road No 3 level working the New Road seam. After a period of closure the single drift mine was re-opened in by the Hinton Brothers in 1976 becoming Phoenix!
The mine closed in 1989 but was re-developed 1993-96 under the ownership of Robin Morgan. It was linked to Hopewell mine in the north such that both mines worked the same coal gale.

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Last updated October 14th 2009 by ragl
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Last updated July 4th 2008 by ICLOK

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Major Mining Region

Phoenix Coal Mine belongs to the Forest of Dean region.

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