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Threshfield Coal Colliery (United Kingdom)

Small coal mine working the Coton Seam, abandoned 1905 and supplying the nearby Threshfield Lime Works by means of a tramway.
Surface features include remains of washery, engine house? foundations and capped shaft with tramway embankment

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Last updated August 21st 2013 by LeeW
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Last updated August 15th 2013 by LeeW

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Major Mining Region

Threshfield Coal Colliery belongs to the Yorkshire Dales region.

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