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Images Dated 29th May 2018

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R Colin Snow coal merchants wagon, Barnburgh Colliery, South Yorkshire, 1961. Artist Featured 29 May 2018 Image

R Colin Snow coal merchants wagon, Barnburgh Colliery, South Yorkshire, 1961. Artist

R Colin Snow coal merchants wagon, Barnburgh Colliery, South Yorkshire, 1961. Snow's were one of the many coal merchants operating in the South Yorkshire area, selling locally mined coal. This Bedford TK is parked on the weighbridge of Barnburgh Colliery. When the pit was closed in the 1980s, the site was cleared to make way for the ill fated Earth Centre, the lottery funded ecological centre which swallowed £115 million of funding only to close a year or so after its opening. Snow's still operate as a coal merchant although now with imported coal

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Wath Main Colliery, Wath upon Dearne, near Rotherham, South Yorkshire, 1956. Artist Featured 29 May 2018 Image

Wath Main Colliery, Wath upon Dearne, near Rotherham, South Yorkshire, 1956. Artist

Wath Main Colliery, Wath upon Dearne, near Rotherham, South Yorkshire, 1956. The pit was originally sunk in 1876 to a depth of 382 yards and deepened in 1912 the reach the higher quality coal of the Park Gate seam. In the late 1950s the pit was connected by a diesel roadway to Manvers Main colliery, from where coal mined at Wath was brought to the surface. The last coal was mined in Wath in 1986 and just prior to closure around 400, 000 tonnes per year were being produced

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Sugg Sports and Radio, High Street, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, 1960 Featured 29 May 2018 Image

Sugg Sports and Radio, High Street, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, 1960

Sugg Sports and Radio, High Street, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, 1960. The High Street branch of Sugg Sports in Scunthorpe, showing some electrical goods and adverts to either rent or buy. Three RAF men are interested in these, whilst the left hand window has a more general selection of sports goods. Frank Howe Sugg (1862-1933) was one of the few sportsmen to achieve a Derbyshire double, to have played at least one first team game for both Derbyshire County Cricket Club and Derby County Football Club. Well known throughout the sporting word, he later bacame an umpire after his playing career ended and formed Sugg Sports in 1888. The business was a great success and was a leading supplier of football, cricket and fishing equipment. The company continued trading until 2002

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