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Old South Normanton Colliery Shaft Marker

This and other Pics taken from a video which I made in 1998, This is the second shaft Marker which was situated near a hedgerow.

This photograph is by marshwiggle47 and was uploaded January 8th 2017. © marshwiggle47 please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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  • I only live about 1 mile f[link]109858[linkphoto]109858[/linkphoto][/link]rom this but never seen it, you have made my day. (denboy2345)
  • Never seen this before and I live nearbye. Is it the old Normanton Mine or the later Wincobank I once worked down. (denboy2345)
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