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Worsbrough Park & Helliwell Pits 1850

Ordnance Survey map extract showing Worsbrough Park Colliery and Helliwell pit. The pits were both on the line of a tramway from Worsbrough Park to the Worsbrough Basin of the Dearne & Dove Canal (Worsbrough Branch). The line of this tramway can still be traced on the modern 1:25k OS map.

This photograph was uploaded August 10th 2013 by skiprat.

Copyright / re-use statement: Extracted from a personal copy of the 6" Ordnance Survey map of 1850. Crown copyright expired.

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