• National Character 16. Durham Coalfield Pennine Fringe

    16. Durham Coalfield Pennine Fringe Supporting documents National Character Area profile: Durham Coalfield Pennine Fringe today The Durham Coalfield Pennine Fringe NCA is a transitional landscape between the North Pennines NCA to the west and the Tyne and Wear Lowlands NCA to the east. It is a largescale landscape comprised of broad,

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  • (PDF) The Syndicalist Challenge in the Durham Coalfield

    The Syndicalist Challenge in the Durham Coalfield before 1914. a long history in the Durham coalfield before 1910. 41. Of the other lodges represented at the Chopwell 'Industrial Unionist.

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  • Northumberland & Durham Coalfield Northern Mine

    Northumberland & Durham Coalfield Relatively little recent work published, but there is the Durham Mining Museum Website which also covers Cumberland, Westmorland, Northumberland and North Yorkshire. 1 Emery covered the technical development of collieries, coke making and pit villages. 2

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  • BBC Nation on Film The History of Coal Mining in the

    2003916&ensp·&enspAt its peak in 1913, the Great North Coalfield employed almost ¼ million men, producing over 56 million tons of coal every year from about 400 pits.

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  • The transition from school to work in the Durham coalfield

    This study examines via questionnaire and interview data, various aspects of the transition from school to work experienced by young people in the Durham Coalfield during the 1980s. The aspects covered are those of eduion and careers guidance, unemployment, occupational choice, experience of work and its financial rewards, trade unionism, changes in family and leisure patterns, migration

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  • Church of England and the Durham Coalfield, 18101926

    In 1860 the Diocese of Durham launched a new mission to bring Christianity and specifically Anglicanism to the teeming population of the Durham coalfield. Over the preceding fifty years the Church of England had become increasingly marginalised as the

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  • Coal Mining and Durham Collieries Durham Record Office

    Coal Mining and Durham Collieries. Information about mining history and coal mining records in Durham County Record Office. Find out how to search our collections and online indexes to Durham Collieries and Durham miners. About Coal Mining in County Durham. The Durham coalfield

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  • Durham Coalfield Stock Photos & Durham Coalfield Stock

    Find the perfect durham coalfield stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. No need to register, buy now!

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  • The 1926 Miners' Lockout: Meanings of Community in the

    2019117&ensp·&enspThe volume that I coedited with John McIlroy and Keith Gildart, Industrial Politics and the 1926 Mining Lockout (2004), was a first attempt at academic excavation it urged further work on areas such as Durham. Hester Barron's study is therefore welcome as the only booklength treatment of the lockout in a major coalfield.

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  • Modelling Groundwater Rebound after Coalfield Closure:

    2012225&ensp·&enspthe Durham Coalfield however, the result of a cessation of pumping would be groundwater rebound throughout the coalfield and the possible generation of acid mine drainage on a large scale. Potential Impacts of Groundwater Rebound. The water from the current pumping regime is of a reasonable quality and is used to augment

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  • Project MUSE The 1926 Miners' Lockout: Meanings of

    Should we call the labour action that convulsed Britain's coalfields in 1926 a lockout or a strike? According to Hester Barron, even participants in that event disagreed on the terminology to use, and that divisiveness is foregrounded in her excellent study of community in the lockedout Durham coalfield.

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  • Durham Mining Museum Mining History

    Taken from The History, Topography, and Directory of the County Palatine of Durham by Francis Whellan. Second edition published in 1894. In forming a due estimate of the northern coalfields, we must glance at the extent and character of the Coal Measures as they are developed in the different districts and since the coalfield of Newcastle is historically and commercially preeminent, we may

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  • Google Maps

    Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps. When you have eliminated the JavaScript, whatever remains must be an empty page. Enable JavaScript to see Google Maps.

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  • Durham Coalfield Pennine Fringe (NCA016): Countryside

    2015317&ensp·&enspCountryside Stewardship statement of priorities: Durham Coalfield Pennine Fringe (NCA016) PDF, 139KB, 10 pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.

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  • Durham Collieries Durham Record Office

    Durham Collieries. Search the Durham Collieries database for information on collieries in the Durham coalfield, from about 1850 to 1990.. Find colliery loions, mine opening, closure or operating dates and who owned the mines before nationalisation of the coal industry in 1947.

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  • Geohazards caused by rising groundwater in the Durham

    Geohazards caused by rising groundwater in the Durham Coalfield, U.K. MYONGHWAN YU1, IAN JEFFERSON2 & MARTIN CULSHAW3 1 Civil Engineering, University of Birmingham. (email: [email protected])

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  • Banners of the Durham Coalfield Norman Emery Google

    Banners are the miners' battlestandards, proclaiming graphic messages of hope and calls for social justice, recording more vividly than any other artform the history of the straggle for workingclass rights. This extensively illustrated book gives a detailed account of the wide range of banners of the Durham coalfield. It examines their manufacture, the inspiration behind their designs and

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  • Hydrogeochemistry of Durham Coalfield Minewater Pumped

    Harrison, R., Scott, W.B. and Smith, T.: 1989, A note on the distribution, levels and temperatures of minewaters in the Northumberland and Durham Coalfield, Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology 22, 355–358. Google Scholar

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  • Migration of Workers to the Durham Coalfield

    2011719&ensp·&enspMigration of Workers to the Durham Coalfield by Eva Armstrong My interest is the migration of workers to the Durham Coalfields, particularly the Welsh and Cornish connection, my great‐grandmother coming from Cornwall and my great‐grandfather from Wales.

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  • Geosciences Free FullText Ground Motion in Areas of

    2017620&ensp·&enspIn this paper, we investigate land motion and groundwater level change phenomena using differential interferometric synthetic aperture radar (DInSAR) over the Northumberland and Durham coalfield in the United Kingdom. The study revisits earlier research that applied a persistent sterers interferometry (PSI) technique to ERS (European Remote Sensing) and ENVISAT (Environmental

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  • Woodland in West Durham Coalfield Durham Landscape

    Woodland in West Durham Coalfield Existing Woodland. The pattern and extent of woodland cover varies considerably across the coalfield which is heavily wooded in places and very open in others. Linear ancient seminatural woodlands lie in denes and steep riverside or valleyside bluffs where they have survived on land too steep for agriculture.

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  • Banners of the Durham Coalfield Norman Emery Google

    Banners are the miners' battlestandards, proclaiming graphic messages of hope and calls for social justice, recording more vividly than any other artform the history of the straggle for workingclass rights. This extensively illustrated book gives a detailed account of the wide range of banners of the Durham coalfield. It examines their manufacture, the inspiration behind their designs and

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  • Great Labour Unrest: RankandFile Movements and Political

    He focuses on the Durham coalfield and in particular on the internal politics of the Durham Miners' Association (DMA). Mates seeks to connect the experiences of miners in the pits and their families in their communities to the debates within the DMA and to electoral conflict within the coalfield.

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  • The Superficial Deposits and preGlacial Valleys of the

    I. Introduction. Nearly the whole of the rocksurface of the Northumberland and Durham Coalfield is covered by superficial deposits of an extremely variable thickness. After I had made some study of the thickness of these deposits and the preGlacial contour of the northeast of County Durham, Prof. Lebour suggested to me that results of some importance might be obtained from a thorough

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  • West Durham Coalfield Durham Landscape

    West Durham Coalfield Key Characteristics. A rolling low upland landscape of ridges and valleys with a strong eastwest grain. Soft and thinly bedded strata of Carboniferous sandstones, shales and coals give rise to gently rounded ridges with occasional steeper bluffs.

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