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coals of South Wales

Aubrey Strahan

coals of South Wales

with special reference to the origin and distribution of anthracite

by Aubrey Strahan

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed. 1908.

Statementby Aubrey Strahan andW. Pollard.
SeriesMemoirs of the Geological Survey, England and Wales
ContributionsPollard, W., Geological Survey of Great Britain.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13960873M

  The gases from the bituminous house coals of South Wales are comparatively free from marsh gas, as compared with those from the steam coal and anthracite pits. The latter class of coal contains the largest proportion of this dangerous gas, but holds it more tenaciously than do the steam coals, thus rendering the workings comparatively safer.   The origins of coal mining in Wales Last updated: 15 August Coal was the fuel of the industrial revolution; the black gold which powered the British Empire. The energy rich mineral remains.

John Cornwell was a freelance photographer who took many photographs of collieries, mostly in south Wales and the English Midlands, both underground and on the surface, during the s and early s. He perfected a method of underground photography using the standard colliery lighting and was able to photograph coal faces, roadways, shafts. Woodland, A W and Evans, W B. The Geology of the South Wales Coalfield, part IV the Country around Pontypridd and Maesteg. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, One-Inch Geological Sheet (England and Wales). Stubblefield, C J and Trotter, F M, Divisions of the Coal Measures on Geological Survey Maps of England and.

South Wales Coal Merchants & Services. Find Coal Merchants & Services in South Wales at Online listing of South Wales Coal Merchants & Services. “This is a most impressive book that provides a concise and lucid general account of the copper industry in south Wales King Copper is a stimulating study grounded in careful scholarship and written in a lively, confident style. It throws much new light on a vital dimension of South Wales’s industrial history and for this reason the.


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The South Wales Coalfield (Welsh: Maes glo De Cymru) is a large region of south Wales that is rich in coal deposits, especially the South Wales Valleys. It supported a large part, but not all, of the coal industry in Wales. 1 The coalfield area. 2 Exploitation of the coalfield.

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London, Printed for H.M. Stationery Off., by J. Truscott and Son, Sydney: Published by UONCC, Description: Coal mines and mining -- New South Wales -- Newcastle; Coal mines and mining -- New South Wales -- Hunter River Region; Abermain and Seaham Coals.

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The Book Book Public School was discontinued on 27 October County: Wynyard. His book The South Wales Miners, was published by the University of Wales Press in He is the treasurer of Llafur, the Author: Eryl Jones. Welsh Coal Mining Heritage. The story of a coal mine in South Wales.

Novem Novem tarenicolliery. ANTHRACITE COALS Peacock Seam, Red Vein, Big Vein, mined in the Swansea Valley by The Tareni Colliery Coal Company. Read about the history of Tareni Colliery and of the company that sank the pits to reach the fabulous.

This publication is the history of the company that sank those mines, The South Wales Primrose Coal Company Ltd, and of its foundation in the s from the original Primrose Colliery at Rhos and of its sinking new pits and opening new drift mines in the search for high quality anthracite coals in the badly faulted and geologically disturbed.

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The geology of the South Wales coal-field. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

The country around Newport, Monmouthshire (Sheet of the map), by Aubrey Strahan. 2d ed. II.5/5(4). A Century of Locomotives - New South Wales Railways - - - This document was published by the NSWGR on the Centenary celebrations of the railways inand described the locomotives used on the railways between and It featured information and many photos from the NSW Railways archives and other sources.

- ©RailCorp One of the distinctive features of the South Wales Coalfield is the variation in ‘rank’ of the coals. The bituminous coals are low rank, soft and friable with a high proportion, 20 to 40 per cent, of volatiles and a carbon content from 84 to 91 per cent; they are good house, gas and coking coals.

Carrying Coals to New South Wales: The Voyages of the HMS Endeavour. but unfortunately for his seagoing contemporaries he buried this discovery in a single paragraph within a long and dull book that very few people read.

making several trips between Britain and the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic. That South Wales was close to the great naval yards was a bonus. By the s, the Royal Navy used only “steam coal” from South Wales to fuel its engines. In vain did other collieries protest that their product was nearly as good, and a lot cheaper.

Welsh steam coal had become the quality standard for the world. King Coal was : Jim Hargan. The Geology of the South Wales Coal-field : The country around Bridgend (Sheetsof the map), by Aubrey Strahan and T. Cantrill, with parts by H. Woodward and R. Tiddeman. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: England and Wales Memoirs of the Geological survey, England and Wales.

The South Wales coal industry,by J.H. Morris and L. Williams John Henry Morris, Lawrence John Williams University of Wales Press, - Coal trade - pages. The country around Swansea (Sheet of the map), by Aubrey Strahan, with parts by R.

Tiddemen, Walcot Gibson and E. Dixon, and a Supplementary geological bibliography of South Wales and Monmouthshire, by O. Jones. West Gower and the country around Pembrey (Sheet of the map), by Aubrey Strahan (in part from notes.

The South Wales Coalfield Edited by A P Barnett & David Willson-Lloyd Published by The Business Statistics Co Ltd, Cardiff Here are extracts from this book relating to local GCG coal mines The material was contributed by David Michael, the responsibility re copyright is entirely mine (Gareth Hicks 9/).

South Wales experienced just a short period of growth after the Second World War due to the post-war construction effort. Over the second half of the twentieth century, the industry declined as domestic use of coal fell away due to clean-air legislation and.

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