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Astley Green Diagrams

Diagrams of Astley Green colliery and its workings, the engine and some other related matters (overwinders and brakes)

26 Photos in this album by grahami

Underground rope change - figure 4 Underground rope change figure 3 Underground rope change - figure 2 Underground rope change - figure 1
Design for new colliery baths Astley Green Colliery -- Shaft Sections Workings in Trencherbone Seam 1947 No 1 Pit - Trial of Air blast stowage technique in Victoria Seam
Ventilation Fan - additional rotor and motor Conversion of Boilers to Steam Accumulators Worsley 4ft Seam Face Diagram Details of No.2 Pit Bottom - Worsley 4ft Seam - As moderninsed 1949
Diagram of No. 2 Pit workings No. 2 Pit Bottom - Worsley 4ft Seam No 1 Pit workings outline No. 1 Pit bottom
N0. 1 Pit mine car circuit at surface Railway connections 5 & 6 - Moss Sidings Railway connections 3 & 4 - Mosley Common & Walkden Yard Railway connections 1 & 2 - Astley Green Colliery & Boothstown
Outline of Underground transport arrangements and workings No. 1 Engine Throttle and ungabbing gear Detail of inlet valve trip gear Low Pressure Cylinder Details
No 1 Brake gear - as modified No. 1  Engine Side view and valve gear detail
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