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Gedling Colliery 1937. Retake.

I have re-took from the master as the first image was poor and I did not want to re type the description.

This photograph is by Yelhsa Ballard and was uploaded September 22nd 2012. © Yelhsa Ballard please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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  • Very good as it locates the colliery in Gedling as it was in 1937 and before houses spread down from Apple Tree Hill to towards the colliery. (RogerB)
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