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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Lundhill Coal Mine

Lundhill Coal Mine (United Kingdom)


In 1857 at Lundhill colliery, an underground explosion killed 189 men and boys.
As a consequence 90 women were made widows.
A special Disaster Fund was set up to which Queen Victoria donated £200 and Prince Albert donated £100.

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Last updated August 16th 2013 by christwigg
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Last updated August 14th 2007 by LeeW

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