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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Castlebridge Colliery Coal Mine

Castlebridge Colliery Coal Mine (United Kingdom)


Sunk at a cost of £57Millions, it was the last deep shaft mine sunk in Scotland under the NCB. It was a satellite mine of the Longannet complex and replaced 3 older drifts and improved ventilation of the system.

Sunk 1978
Closed in 1999 and filled in 2001.

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Last updated March 10th 2010 by ICLOK

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Major Mining Region

Castlebridge Colliery Coal Mine belongs to the Central Scotland region.

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