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Col·lier

(kol'yĕr),
James S., English physician, 1870-1935. See: Collier tract, Collier sign, Collier tucked lid sign.
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<B December 1986 - the last coal from Bersham Colliery was sent to the Children in Need Appeal
In November 1966, the colliery was at risk of closure when spontaneous combustion caused a huge fire underground.
On show is a re-creation of the hut outside the gates of Westoe Colliery in South Shields which was used by pickets during the strike.
27 June 2017 - All conditions precedent to Australian coal company Coal of Africa Ltd.'s (ASX: CZA) (AIM: CZA) acquisition of the Uitkomst Colliery from Pan African Resources Coal Holdings Proprietary Ltd.
But Lea Hall Colliery was the first all-new colliery that had been planned at build by the National Coal Board with a planned life of 100 years and at one point was described as being the highest producing single colliery in Western Europe.
And he also agreed to allow the band, which has had to rely on fundraising and grants since the closure of Westoe Colliery in 1993, to sell prints of the painting at a local art studio and keep the proceeds.
The decision made by the Aber Valley Heritage Group, which is organising the memorial to colliery disasters, has come under fire.
december 1866: Gas explosions killed 388 miners and rescuers at Oaks Colliery near Barnsley.
UK Coal and two managers at the group's last remaining West Midlands colliery are to be prosecuted following three deaths at the flagship mine in just eight months.
THE pictures on this page are largely from the year Caphouse Colliery near Grange Moor became the Yorkshire Mining Museum.
I WONDER if your readers can help me with my hobby, which is collecting brass-embossed colliery lamp checks or tokens and tallies as they are sometimes called.
I WONDER if you readers can help me withmy hobby, collecting brass embossed colliery lamp checks or tokens and tallies as they are sometimes called.