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Stafford (Great Fenton) Coal Colliery (United Kingdom)

Part of the Great Fenton Colliery complex (see also Kemball) there were 2 shafts at Stafford, the Homer & Sutherland, named after the Duke of Sutherland and one of his partners Charles Homer.
Production ceased in 1969 and the site cleared and now forming part of the Britannia football stadium.

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