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  1. CallaWolf

    Report - Penallta Mine, South Wales Sept '21

    Penallta Colliery could be considered as the single most important colliery in South Wales – not just in terms of the place itself, but also what it represented. At its peak in the early 20th century, Penallta was one of the largest and most important pits in South Wales, employing 3,208 men in...
  2. ForgottenBuildings

    Report - Zeche N1/2 - Germany - March, 2021.

    History: The history of this coal mine started all the way back in the beginning of the 1900s. At the time the West-Germany truly started to industrialize. What powered this rapid industry was for the majority coal. This caused the creation of many new coal mines. During the years the mine grew...
  3. Wastelandr

    Report - Llanhilleth Colliery Pit Head Baths - August 2021

    Was on a brief trip to South Wales with little planning recently when I came across this gem. Having already seen Cwm Cokery, I was struggling to find more industrial ruins to go and see. After having a look at Penallta and Navigation Collieries, albiet unable to gain access, as well as quick...
  4. ForgottenBuildings

    Report - Charbonnage du B - November 2019

    The history of this coal mine started in 1907 the mine consisted of 2 pits. The mine closed in 1989 due to the decreasing demand for coal. It was an absolutely great place to explore! Coal tippers by ForgottenBuildings, on Flickr Tracks by ForgottenBuildings, on Flickr Tracks for head frame...
  5. M

    Report - Penallta Colliery, South Wales - January 2020

    I've always loved exploring around this spot, purely because there's always something new to find whenever I go there. Outdoors, the winding wheels still exist and still turn (in the wind). You have to climb through a gap in the fence to get to these structures properly but a majority of the...