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P3 Babbington Colliery P3 Babbington Colliery A couple of pictures taken in April 1983 and May 1986 respectively showing Babbington Colliery (Cinderhill), Nott

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  • P3 Babbington Colliery

    P3 Babbington Colliery A couple of pictures taken in April 1983 and May 1986 respectively showing Babbington Colliery (Cinderhill), Nottingham As you can see, they are principally intended to be bus pictures, but the presence of the pit in the background is not accidental; the viewpoints were deliberately chosen Nevertheless it is extremelyAbout Babbington This pretty Nottinghamshire village is situated around 7 miles from the centre of Nottingham It is typical of rural England, with cottages interspersed along quiet leafy lanes Babbington once played an important role within the British coal mining industry The life of its pit began in 1841 but finally came to an end in 1986 when it merged with neighbouring Hucknall Since its inception, the collieryPictures of Babbington, Nottinghamshire, England |The sinking of Cinderhill Colliery (now called Babbington) took place between 1841 and 1843 by Thomas North Nos 1 and 2 shafts, to be seen near the main Nuthall to Nottingham Road were 7 ft diameter and erected over them was wooden tandem headgear which was then new to the district It was the first colliery in the locality to have underground furnace ventilation; iron tubbing lined shafts,Babbington Colliery, Cinderhill Road

  • 5 images tagged with 'Babbington Colliery Railway

    Tag: Babbington·Colliery·Railway Showing images tagged with Babbington Colliery Railway tag View all tagged images In Browser University car park once a canal wharf by John Sutton geograph for square SK5440 This is part of the Jubilee Campus of Nottingham University, and I really neededmore) Tags: Babbington Colliery Railway top:Canals X top:Educational Sites X place:NottinghamThe Babbington Colliery to Ilkeston Junction Mineral Railway spanned the Nottiingham Canal above Cossall Marsh A remnant of the former bridge structure still existed beside the dried canal bed in 1984 The picture shows remaining stones of the old bridge , beyond which Ilkeston Junction can be seen Please read the picture notesThe Babbington Colliery to Ilkeston Junction Mineral RailwThe sinking of Cinderhill Colliery (now called Babbington) took place between 1841 and 1843 by Thomas North Nos 1 and 2 shafts, to be seen near the main Nuthall to Nottingham Road were 7 ft diameter and erected over them was wooden tandem headgear which was then new to the district It was the first colliery in the locality to have underground furnace ventilation; iron tubbing lined shaftsBabbington Colliery, Cinderhill, Nottingham

  • Photographs from as far back as 1895 show

    · Aerial View of Cotgrave Colliery, Colliery Way, Cotgrave, c1950's (Image: Tempest Photography/ Picture Nottingham) 12 of 20 Pit Head Baths, Babbington Colliery c1950 (Image: W E MIddleton & SonBabbington Branch Junction Digby Sidings Junction Bennerley Junction Ilkeston West Junction Watnall Tunnel (GNR) Watnall Tunnel (MR) Lodge Colliery Digby Colliery Location names in dark blue are on the same original lineRAILSCOT | Babbington CollieryBabbington Colliery Remembered [i`m doing a 2nd Babbington colliery tribute but still need some photos of the men who worked there,post them belowMichael Szepeta Babbington Colliery Remembered

  • Is this really Babbington pit? General Chat about

    · Posted February 22, 2017 That's Babbington Colliery, the old wood headstocks were replaced by the steel headstocks in this photo The only colliery I recall that had concrete headstocks, was Hucknall No2, other than Cotgrave's towers 1Babbington colliery, Nottinghamshire Photograph depicting: Project EM/6/50 Underground reconstruction Electrical substation at top of bunker drift and No 4 pit bottom junction, drift conveyor installed over roof of substation Installed August 1958 Note: [Grid references: OSGB36: SK 496 473; WGS84: 53, 1] WGS84 interpolated from OSGB36Babbington colliery, Nottinghamshire PhotographShowing images tagged with Babbington Colliery Railway tag View all tagged images In Browser University car park once a canal wharf by John Sutton geograph for square SK54405 images tagged with 'Babbington Colliery Railway

  • Michael Szepeta Babbington Colliery Remembered

    Babbington Colliery Remembered [i`m doing a 2nd Babbington colliery tribute but still need some photos of the men who worked there,post them belowThe sinking of Cinderhill Colliery (now called Babbington) took place between 1841 and 1843 by Thomas North Nos 1 and 2 shafts, to be seen near the main Nuthall to Nottingham Road were 7 ft diameter and erected over them was wooden tandem headgear which was then new to the district It was the first colliery in the locality to have underground furnace ventilation; iron tubbing lined shafts,Bulwell Back Legs, Cinderhill Colliery, Nottingham, earlyBabbington Colliery, Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire, England, UK : Mine Owner(s): 1854 North & Co 18551860 Thomas North 1875 Ch Seeley & Co 19001925 Babbington Coal Co 1930Babbington Colliery, Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire,

  • Old Bricks:England 4 Ba to Be

    Babbington Colliery, also known as Cinderhill Colliery, was a coal mine in Cinderhill, Nottinghamshire The mine opened in 1841, and was the first largescale coal mine in the county The Babbington Coal Company was founded in 1839 to work shallow mines near Babbington, a hamlet some 25 miles (40 km) to the west of the later colliery Babbington Colliery had a long life, and did not close until 1986Tibshelf Colliery & its two brickworks were sold to the Babbington Colliery Co in 1936 Babbington Colliery Co was then renamed BA Collieries Ltd & this company was then taken over by the Sheepbridge Coal & Iron Co in 1938 After all these changes Tibshelf's pits 3 & 4 closed in 1939 and it is thought that the brickworks probably closed at the same time Info by Martyn Fretwell, photo byOld Bricks:England 20: SSkip to content Home; Blog; Relationship Coaching; Conscious Dating You Are Single For a Reasonbabbington colliery history mybeautifulrelationship

  • Home | Coal, Colliery and Mining Forum

    · Mining Pictures Post personal mining pictures here Don't forget to give a description! 19: 80: Some Colliery Photo's from the 90's by D1001 Oct 26, 2017 10:21:13 GMT 5: Questions and Answers 2 Viewing Please leave your questions here, someone will answer them Moderator: John 89: 838: Precast concrete item by reggy Feb 16, 2021 13:43:06 GMT 5· Mining Pictures Questions and Answers The Ladies Board Pit Music And Poems The Tall Tale And Ghost Stories Board Post Mining Careers and Activities Video's And Links To Videos Mines and Quarries Act 1954 M&Q Act Coal Reply; Babbington Pit Share Thread Facebook; Twitter; Tumblr; LinkedIn; MySpace; ; Go to Previous Thread; Next Thread; Please make a selectionBabbington Pit | Coal, Colliery and Mining ForumBabbington colliery, Nottinghamshire Photograph depicting: Project EM/6/50 Underground reconstruction Electrical substation at top of bunker drift and No 4 pit bottom junction, drift conveyor installed over roof of substation Installed August 1958 Note: [Grid references: OSGB36: SK 496 473; WGS84: 53, 1] WGS84 interpolated from OSGB36Babbington colliery, Nottinghamshire Photograph

  • Babbington Colliery, Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire,

    Babbington Colliery, Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire, England, UK : Mine Owner(s): 1854 North & Co 18551860 Thomas North 1875 Ch Seeley & Co 19001925 Babbington Coal Co 1930Babbington Colliery No 1 Rescue Team Back Row TC Walker C Johnson ( Instructor) W Lane ( Officer ) W Housley ( Vice Captain ) Front Row M Large S Howard ( Captain ) F C Cooke Dec 27, 2020 · Public · in Pits @ Bulwell View Full Size 2 people like this Joy Lane My dad, Pete Southgate worked there in the 70's Always went for a pint in the colliers arms every dayBulwell Bygones Babbington Colliery, A610 NottinghamBabbington Colliery Previously Cinderhill Colliery 18401896 (Page 3) Name/Address: Age: Date of Accident: Inquest date/Place: Detail: Samuel Walters Basford 15 29021876 06031876 Fox and Crown Inn Basford Fall of coal John Dobbs 66 02021880 00021880 No record found Crushed by wagons, on the surface William Marshall 110, Cinderhill Road Nuthall 63 18111883 Died 19113 Babbington Colliery

  • babbington coal company

    Records of the Staveley Coal and Iron Company Ltd [18631878]; its predecessor companies and its subsidiaries Collieries of the west side of the Leen Valley· Babbington Colliery was previously known as Cinderhill Colliery and operated from 1840 to 1986 To enable the site to be developed, the tip needs to be reprofiled, creating a platform600 homes could be built on site of Babbington CollieryMining Pictures Questions and Answers The Ladies Board Pit Music And Poems The Tall Tale And Ghost Stories Board Post Mining Careers and Activities Video's And Links To Videos Mines and Quarries Act 1954 M&Q Act Coal Calverton Colliery Clifton Colliery, No6 Area, Notts Division Cotgrave Colliery, No6 Area, Notts Division Gedling Colliery Hucknall, No1 & 2 Collieries WollatonBabbington Colliery | Coal, Colliery and Mining Forum

  • Cinderhill Colliery mid 1980's 80's Nottingham

    · That was Babbington Colliery Mick, Cinderhill closed many years before that picture was taken, although the old NCB medical unit was called Cinderhill Unit when I was in their employ That headstock , although rebuilt from it's wooden one during the nationalised years, was based on the origonal tandem headstocksstalled when the pit was first sunk Towards its demise, BabbingtonsSkip to content Home; Blog; Relationship Coaching; Conscious Dating You Are Single For a Reasonbabbington colliery history mybeautifulrelationshipThere is an extensive colliery in the parish, worked by the Babbington Coal Company, which gives employment to many hands The governors of St Thomas' Hospital London, who are lords of the manor, and the Marquess of Hartington are the principal landowners The soil is loamy and clay ; subsoil, chiefly clay The chief crops are wheat, barley, oats, turnips and pasture The area is 2,371 acres; rateableThe Andrews Pages : Tibshelf, Derbyshire : Kelly's