coaler

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coal·er

 (kō′lər)
n.
Something, such as a ship or train, used for carrying or supplying coal.

coaler

(ˈkəʊlə)
n
1. a ship, train, etc, used to carry or supply coal
2. a person who sells or supplies coal
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The glimpse into the past also shows a former cinema in the town, factory girls at work, a leek show, fun-lovers on a night out, what appears to be nursing staff and sea coalers with their haul.
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