'A Brief History of Coalmining in Nottinghamshire', an on-line talk by @MuBuMiner to the Nottingham Industrial Heritage Association (NIHA) on 21st October 2021 at 8pm. More details @ https://t.co/HYMDHKXMq0 #miningheritage pic.twitter.com/fXy1Uy1u22— Mining Heritage (@miningheritage) October 16, 2021
Lamps were issued from the works in Eccles with no stampings on the badge. The miners check number would be stamped on the bonnet in the Lamp Room at each pit.
I’m doing: The Duke of Bridgewater’s Underground Canals 1750-1968, 52 miles of mining canals entered at Worsley. Due to demand an extra date is now Wednesday November 3rd, 7pm, Over Hulton Club, Four Lane Ends, Bolton, £4. Email Carol email@example.com or phone 07932 242551 pic.twitter.com/l412mj9e10— Alan Davies (@pitheadbaths) October 6, 2021
My next Pretoria Pit guided walk (Hulton Colliery, 21st Dec 1910, 344 killed) is Saturday October 2nd, 10.00, end of Broadway off Newbrook Rd, Atherton / Over Hulton. To book contact John – firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01942 874719 #guidedwalks #walks #walking #Atherton pic.twitter.com/gDgbPlnC7X— Alan Davies (@pitheadbaths) September 22, 2021
The ideal height for setting the brass wick tube. The cotton wick should be just below the top of the brass adjuster tube. This ensures you are burning fuel and not the cotton wick itself. This is perfect for Holy Fire 🔥 and Olympic Flame transit reducing the number of trimming wick changes. Flames set at this level can burn for 2/3 weeks if refuelled daily without a wick change. The Tokyo Olympic Flame burnt for a whole year in lamps set up in this way.
I am so looking forward to the dedication service tomorrow of the National Mining Memorial ⚒️ god bless all of the men, women and children involved in Mining over the hundreds of years. WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU xx#Mining #coalmining #heritage #HeritageMonth pic.twitter.com/j5ixHLVs8o— Coal Mining in Leicestershire ⚒️ #keepingcoalalive (@coalmininginle1) September 2, 2021