Baggeridge Woods Colliery, Himley

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Description:View of Baggeridge Woods Colliery, Himley, Staffordshire. The first shaft at Baggeridge was sunk in February 1899, mining a coal seam at a depth of 600 feet. A second shaft was sunk in 1910 and the colliery came into full production in 1912. The colliery closed on 1 March 1968.

Photographer: Albert Henry Yelland.

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Creators: Mr Albert Henry Yelland - Creator

Donor ref:P83.023.0103 (37/43658)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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