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  1. Hvdes

    Report - Wardley Colliery / The Zone, Newcastle - May 2019

    This is one of my older searches and low and behold the one day we chose to find this the weather gave us absolute hell. Anyway sometime last march me and my group went out on search for this colliery which used to be a indoor paintball arena as well if i remember correctly and its hidden just...
  2. DustySensorPhotography

    Report - Chatterley Whitfield Colliery - Stoke-on-Trent - August 2019

    Chatterley Whitfield: I've wanted to explore this place for a very long time, but never really looked into it until recently when @UrbandonedTeam suggested we check it out. So one thursday morning all plans changed and we headed out to Stoke once again. The Explore: The first day we tried this...
  3. Crissisdecon

    Report - Firbeck Main Colliery - Aug 19

    Explore: I have been to this location many times as it is local for me. little remains of the Colliery now, just the remains of the pit baths and the power house. the main focal point of this explore has to be the amazing graffiti, with a lot of work by Coloquix along with other local artists...
  4. NottinghamUrbexNewbie

    Report - Firbeck Colliery- May 2019

    The constuction of Firbeck Colliery began in 1923 by the Firbeck Main Colliery Company Ltd with the sinking of the two shafts, mining began in 1925 on the Barnsley Bed Seam, this seam would end up been the only one worked by Firbeck in it's rather short career. In 1934 the Firbeck Pit Head...
  5. UrbanNoodle

    Report - Thorsby Colliery - April 2016

    Thorsby Colliery, A little delay but here we are, Slight wikipedia copyright but I'll credit below Thoresby colliery opened in 1925, The first two shafts in 1925 were sunk to 690 metres (2,260 ft). The shafts were deepended by 109 metres (358 ft) in the 1950s. After privatization of the...
  6. M

    Report - Point of Ayr Colliery, Flintshire

    Point of Ayr Collier (site of), Flintshire, North Wales. Visit to the site in 2013. The site was North Wales' last colliery and closed in 1996. There were no buildings left, just a footbridge and lots of railway lines, standard gauge and narrow gauge. One photo shows the Talacre gas terminal...
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