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2017Coal Mining
May 15, 2018

Online mapping now working again

The online mapping of mines as an overlay on Google maps is now working again. This is the third time that we have had to mend this as Google has kept making changes to its mapping service. Hopefully things should be stable from now on.   New updated data sets…
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2017Coal MiningMetal MiningSmelting
December 13, 2017

Resources Page Updated

We have updated our resources page and added some new items like "Index of Graduates at Camborne School of Mines 1898-1940", as well as updating some of the other items. Some items got mislaid during the website migration and these too have been added. On the resources page you can…
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2017Memoirs
November 20, 2017

Latest copy of British Mining published

British Mining No 104 Memoirs 2017 William & Mary Mine, Tavistock, Devon (Alasdair Neill) A history of the drainage of the Tyne collieries (Nigel A. Chapman) A history of Baddesley Colliery, Warwickshire (Nigel  A. Chapman) A post war jig, S.E. of Moor Intake Farm, Arkengarthdale, North Yorkshire – Addendum (Shaun…
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2017
November 2, 2017

SSL Protection Added

What is SSL? SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a standard security protocol for establishing encrypted links between a web server and a browser in an online communication. The usage of SSL technology ensures that all data transmitted between the web server and browser remains encrypted. What is SSL used for?…
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2017Spain
July 29, 2017

Latest monograph published

British Mining No 103 John Taylor and Sons and their three “Drops of Comfort” – their lead mines at Linares, Jaén, Southern Spain by Robert W. Vernon During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, British companies exploited the rich mining areas of Spain, bringing with them substantial capital and technological resources. …
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2017Coal Mining
February 1, 2017

Leicestershire Coalfield Pages

A number of pages have just been published on the Leicestershire coalfield, with in depth information on over 75% of the NCB collieries there. The information has come from the Geoff Hayes collection in NMRS records, and is similar to that for the Wigan coalfield, which was published a couple…
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