Tag Archives: Coal Mining

Hunting the Bumps on Farthing Hill

First off some housekeeping:   This is the second post on the HS2 line through Measham and I have already broken the rule I set myself – a number of these images don’t look like Kodachrome 64 for two reasons: … Continue reading

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Project LV One – Day 203 – Man holding a box

When this twelve month creative jamboree started one of the things that really worried me was that I might not be able to produce an item for each day – on I shouldn’t have concerned myself.   My creative verbosity … Continue reading

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Project LV One – Day 201 – Opening old wounds

It was the summer of love, the summer of power and fear it was 1984.  Over dramatic I know but for many people living in the Britain 1984 was the year everything changed.  I was brought up in a mining … Continue reading

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Coal

Coal is just another creation of the geological process that can be clearly explained by geologists the world over.  They can predict where the coal measures are to be found and mining engineers can predict just how much of the … Continue reading

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