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Valley Colliery/ Training Centre

Valley Colliery was converted into a Training Centre by the NCB, which closed in 1988. This former corn store became the Cannock Mining Museum, subsequently to be re-vamped as the Museum of Cannock Chase. The winding wheel is from Lea Hall Colliery, Rugeley.

This photograph is by oildrum and was uploaded October 21st 2010. © oildrum please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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  • Did our first year apprentice training here.1976.a long time ago (cobba)
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