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Hundall Colliery SK 36/37 386771

A colliery which borders on the Unstone area from Whittington and comprised of two shafts of 262 feet deep into the Silkstone or Blackshale seam at 256 feet from the surface.

August 8th 1877.

Chesterfield County Police Court.

William Widdowson collier New Whittington was summoned for violating colliery rules at the Hundall Colliery Whittington on 30th July by striking a lucifer match in a part of the pit where safety lamps were required to be used. Widdowson pleaded guilty and was fined ten shillings plus costs.

October 8th. 1887.

Important Sale on November 1st. Hundall and New Whittington Collieries.

John Turner and Son. have been honoured with the instructions from the Hundall Colliery Co. to prepare for sale the whole of the valuable colliery plant comprising viz: seven winding pumping engines, one six wheel locomotive engine, headstocks etc. two Lancashire and two G.G. end boilers, 4,000 yards of railway rails, 300 pit tubs, wire ropes, contents of blacksmith shop.




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