Coal works

Coal´ works


1.A place where coal is dug, including the machinery for raising the coal.
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These include West Midland mines like on Lord Dudley's estate and it's at Coneygree Coal Works, Tipton, that the first Newcomen engine was installed.
It is an intensely powerful story because the masters who controlled the ironworks and coal works unashamedly refused to discuss matters Rape of the Clwyd Theatr Mold, Feb Details 0845 clwyd-theatr-with the union.
Many miners were buried alive in coal works in the industrial city, which had a total population of 1.
At the end of the 18th century, the Cwm Ebbw Fawr valley was home to only 140 people living on farms and scattered houses, but the steel, iron and coal works transformed the valley, covering 5km across.
Notable mentions include the Reko Diq Copper and gold enterprise in Balochistan, Thar coal works in Sindh, mineral resources of Swat valley, dairy development projects in wastelands and infrastructural projects to counter electricity shortage.
John Delaney from the Coal Authority said: "The problem stemmed from unrecorded coal works, which pre-date the 1872 act of Parliament, which required mines to document all areas where work had taken place.
Bessemer Park in Spennymoor, County Durham, is part of the reclaimed site of the former steel, coke and coal works which closed in the early 1950s.
Mr Lowes-Bird is accused of using contaminated soil from an old rubbish dump to infill on his site, which used to be a water treatment zone for an open-cast coal works.
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