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Oxcroft Colliery, 1873-1974.

Great Britain. National Coal Board. North Derbyshire Area.

Oxcroft Colliery, 1873-1974.

by Great Britain. National Coal Board. North Derbyshire Area.

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Published by N.C.B. North Derbyshire Area in [Bolsover] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Derbyshire
    • Subjects:
    • Coal mines and mining -- England -- Derbyshire -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN808.G62 D475 1974
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[3], 5 p.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5110014M
      ISBN 100901429694
      LC Control Number74182521
      OCLC/WorldCa1092259

      A passenger train passes Wadsley Bridge signalbox in , just three years later the services were withdrawn. Today nothing remains of the box or station and the line is just a single line to Stocksbidge steel works used only at night. Map series: Geological Survey of England and Wales, Vertical sections: Sheet number: Sheet title: Sections of Shafts in the Central part of the Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire Coalfield.

      The latter also undertook a detailed surface archaeology surveys/analyses of Goyts Moss colliery. 2 There have also been studies of mining around Whaley Bridge and in the Buxton coalfield. 3,4. The main Derbyshire coalfield is a southern extension of the Yorkshire coalfield and so reflect it in many aspects. Photograph of Oxcroft No1 Colliery on the mine exploration web site

      Oxcroft Colliery. Staveley Town Glapwell Colliery and others in the Doe Lea Valley were still going strong at this time, but all their coal went out northwards, so very little traffic passed through the station and the steep line through Rowthorn Tunnel. Newbury: Countryside Books. Henry Newton, 33, died after an accident at Wollaton Colliery Nottingham 11 Oct Hi, Sorry to bother you I'm trying to get more information, and hopefully find if there is a newspaper report about my ancestor, Henry Newton who died aged 33 after an accident at Wollaton Colliery .


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Oxcroft Colliery, Unknown Binding – January 1, by Great Britain (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below 1873-1974. book we'll send you 1873-1974.

book link to download the free Author: Great Britain. Oxcroft Colliery, at Stanfree, survived until 27 February After it closed its facilities for loading coal onto trains were retained and developed as the "Oxcroft Disposal Point" for opencasted coal.

The site had something of a Red Letter Day on 9 May when Class 58 locomotive 58 was ceremonially named "Oxcroft Opencast". Books & Articles. Derbyshire Times. Accounts 1 Accounts 2 Arkwright Drift Arkwright Papers Oxcroft Mining > Collieries 1.

Oxcroft Colliery NCB. Work commenced on a railway link to serve the colliery in April from Staveley. In May the Oxcroft Colliery Company was formed with a capital of £40, and m and his brother m as the directors.

The company was part of the. Oxcroft Colliery: Oxcroft Colliery Location: Shuttlewood 11½ miles [18 km] SE of Sheffield Map Ref: (Sheet Mansfield and Worksop) SK, 53° 15' 12" N, 1° 17' 27" W: Opened: Closed: Owners: Oxcroft Colliery Co., Ltd.

- National Coal Board (N.C.B.) Output. Oxcroft colliery number 3 was situated just off the Clowne branch (from Creswell to Seymour Jn), this signalbox was situated at the junction where this branch spurred off.

Looking at historical maps, it seems all the other colliery lines were either served by private signalboxes or tramlines.

The Oxcroft Settlement was the only project of its kind in Derbyshire, and one of only two in England initiated by a county council. Content generated during research for the paperback book 'Bolsover: Castle, Town and Colliery' (ISBN ) for the England's Past for Everyone series.

History. The station was opened without ceremony on 1 November as "Clown". All passenger trains called at all stations between Mansfield and Chesterfield.

The line was single track between Seymour Junction and Elmton and Creswell. Accordingly, the station had a single, curving platform and typical Midland Railway country station building very similar to those at Bolsover Castle and Glapwell.

Date: Colliery: Open or Closed: Owners: Holmewood: sinking: Hardwick Colliery Co: Molyneux: inrush: Buxton, closed temp: Skegby: closed: John Dodsley.

Books Derbyshire Times 1 Derbyshire Times 2 The Engineer Ireland Reports Pewit Brickworks Poems Oxcroft Oxcroft Pump Pleasley Colliery Bell Board Ramcroft Shaft Sections 's Shirland colliery was sunk in and by the end of the 19th century the colliery employed some men.

The colliery provided several of the. Oxcroft Oxcroft Pump Pleasley Colliery Bell Board Ramcroft Shaft Sections 's one shilling and eight pence per day.

Miners names were recorded in the book for receiving certain one off payments for work done out of the ordinary. Joseph Renshaw (). Moses Tagg (). The colliery has been worked by two shafts, and it.

Books & Articles. Derbyshire Times. Accounts 1 Accounts 2 Arkwright Drift Oxcroft Oxcroft Pump Pleasley Colliery Bell Board Ramcroft Shaft Sections 's Sheepbridge Company Staveley Company Unstone Paybook Hirst Hollow Colliery.

SK Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory. Published by The Louis Cassier Co. Ltd., from a copy held in the Scottish Mining Museum, Newtongrange, Midlothian; Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory.

Book 1. Book 2. Book 3. Book 4. Book 5. Book 6. Book 7. Robert Bradley. List of Collieries - Page 7. Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8: Nottinghamshire. Collieries & Owners: The list is incomplete and I am continually researching and updating as information is found.

Oxcroft 1: closed: Oxcroft Colliery Co. Oxcroft Colliery 6 12 January Minnie Pit, Podmore Hall, Staffordshire 2 March Duchy Colliery, Pontyrhyl 2 Instructor, Mr Edward Thorne, from the Brynmenyn MRS died attempting to rescue a colleague during a training exercise 12 August Woodhorn Colliery, Ashington 13 20 September Exhall Colliery, Warwickshire.

The local colliery that was a drift mine was closed in Only the Oxcroft Miners' Welfare, that was destroyed by fire in the late s and rebuilt on the site of the cricket pavilion, is the lasting reminder that a colliery once stood there. The Appletree Inn on the corner of. Information, photographs and plans for Oxcroft No1 Colliery Coal Mine on the mine exploration web site Source:: Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory.

Published by The Louis Cassier Co. Ltd., from a copy held in the Scottish Mining Museum, Newtongrange, Midlothian. Colliery Guardian Colliery Guardian Colliery Guardian Colliery Guardian Disaster at Tynewydd, 2nd Edition An account of a Rhondda mine disaster in Ken Llewellyn Disasters Book detailing many great disasters but includes reference to Barnsley, Tim Healey Draeger's Rescue Apparatus catalogue.

Oxcroft Colliery. Staveley Town from Barrow Hill and Foxlow Junction to Hall Lane Junction and thence to Seymour Junction and on to the former Markham Colliery have been mothballed as they run to the new Markham Vale Enterprise Zone at M1 Junction 29A.

Nottingham: Runpast Publishing, (now Book. Top: Clowne South Station pictured around 's. Bottom: Another view in (courtesy of Peter Churchman). The Clowne branch went from Elmton & Creswell Jn to Seymour Jn (Chesterfield) and Killamarsh (and onto Beighton) and had two stations, one was Clowne South which was opened by the Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway Co.

in and the other by the Midland Railway Co. Williamthorpe Colliery - sunk Pleasley Colliery - sunk Renishaw Park Colliery - sunk High Moor Colliery - sunk Westthorpe Colliery - sunk Of these, Oxcroft, High Moor, Arkwright & Bramley Vale were Drift Mines although Arkwright had a shaft and was part of Glapwell.See also.

This station is not to be confused with Staveley Central which was about yards away on the same street and which was also called "Staveley Town" from opening in until it was renamed by British Railways in Nor is it to be confused with Barrow Hill which in its early years was named "Staveley".

Barrow Hill was the next stop along the line towards Chesterfield from.