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Stillingfleet Coal Colliery (United Kingdom)


Stillingfleet Colliery was one of the mines in the Selby Coalfield Complex. No coal was wound here, as export was via the Gascoigne Wood drift along the spinal tunnel through the field.

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Last updated April 13th 2010 by superbaz92

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