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tarboat

Posted on 01/17/2014


Photo taken on November 18, 2012



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Carr House Colliery

Carr House Colliery
Carr House Colliery along with Aldwarke Main, to which it was connected underground, in Rotherham was ocquired by the Sheffield steelmakers Sir John Brown & Co in 1873. It appears to have been closed soon after flooding claimed the lives of eight miners in 1913 and the 1923 OS map shows much of the site cleared. In spite of being closed for 100 years there are still some buildings surviving from the pit, including this winding enginehouse in the yard of a waste management company.

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Don Barrett (aka DBs travels)
Don Barrett (aka DBs…
Thank you for providing all of the pictures of what I would like to see when touring in the UK!
4 years ago.
tarboat has replied to Don Barrett (aka DBs…
Let me know if you are ever coming to the UK. :-)
4 years ago.
Don Barrett (aka DBs… has replied to tarboat
Had hoped to be coming over this year. Would probably do it in the Fall to be away from tourists.
4 years ago.