Re: Corrimal mine
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John Hyett has provided the answer: an error by the painter!
On Monday, 31 August 2020, 12:22:22 BST, Ross Mainwaring <rossmainwaring@...> wrote:
I contacted the local coal historian about the date 1802 but it has him baffled. This date is way too early for any coal mining beginnings down that way. He is going to make enquires for me. Perhaps the date is wrong???? Should be 1902.
The workmen appear to be just a normal shift, not necessarily anything special.
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That's pretty obvious, but what is the relevance of Sept 1st, 1802? And what is the occasion?
On Monday, 31 August 2020, 08:54:43 BST, Ross Mainwaring <rossmainwaring@...> wrote:
This is the entrance (very ornate) to the coal mine at Corrimal. It was a most unique entrance to the transport tunnel
> On 31 Aug 2020, at 2:31 pm, Roderick Smith via groups.io <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm not sure what this was illustrating.