tarboat

tarboat

Posted on 06/20/2015


Photo taken on June  3, 2015



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New Sovereign

New Sovereign
This colliery was sunk by the Clarke's of Noblethorpe Hall in 1861-66 and was probably undertaken by James Farrar, brother of Sarah Ann Clarke. The later history of the pit is not well recorded and it was disused by 1906 although it may have been used as a pumping shaft by the National Coal Board at a later date. The site has a good range of remains including this fine stone heapstead which is in remarkably good condition.

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Fortescue38
Fortescue38
And I thought you'd found an ice house.....
2 years ago.