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This post is about Earls, Abbeys, Henry VIII knocking down buildings in a hissy fit, people digging deep holes to find valuable tin in the ground and Dukes,…

Series 1 - Walhalla. Walhalla was a mining town in Victoria, the southernmost state of Australia. Walhalla was established in 1863 when gold was discovered in…

This is a memorial marking the general area where the Aber Colliery Company coal mine would have been. It is on the same site as the Keeper of the Field that…

You would have thought... You would have thought that after 42 years in Mining and Energy and Construction I could have done better than this! A mate of mine is…

One piece of local art from a collection by local school children mounted on a local mining monument.

For some time now I have been thinking about a new project with the subject of nature taking back. By this, I mean Images of objects of modern life being…

Coal was a massive industry in Wales. There is some evidence that there was some sort of mining even back in the 14th century however, it was during the…

The landscape around Orellan in northern Spain was dramatic enough but the mining undertaken by the Romans in the second and third centuries AD radically…

Parc Slip in the village of Tondu was one of many small coal mines that scattered the south Wales valleys at the end of the last century. This area was very…

The Big Pit is the National Museum of Mining and was once the Blaenavon Colliery, a working mine for 120 years. The museum now offers an insight into the…

An old mining building that has been cleaned up. They did a good job by keeping the skeleton of the building and the floors. They put in an new staircase under…

Remains of gold mining operations from 1890s in the Cripple Creek and Victor Mining District in Teller County, Colorado.

These snaps are of a Gold Mine in Victor Colorado! The Mine is still operating today and the Mining Company is still expanding!! They are just about ready to…
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