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Background imageExtraction Collection: Housemans Shaft Engine House at South Phoenix Mine DES01_02_010

Housemans Shaft Engine House at South Phoenix Mine DES01_02_010
The roofless shell of Housemans Shaft Engine House at South Phoenix Mine, Minions, Linkinhorne, Cornwall. List entry number: 1140490. Photographed by Eileen Deste. Date range 1960-1976

Background imageExtraction Collection: Lime kilns, Bellmanpark 33169_004

Lime kilns, Bellmanpark 33169_004
Bellmanpark Lime Works, Ribble Valley, Lancashire. A rectangular bank of four draw kilns and an associated tramway, embankment and brridge

Background imageExtraction Collection: Neolithic flint mine IC241_001

Neolithic flint mine IC241_001
Easton Down, Wiltshire. Reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie depicting a birds eye view of the Neolithic flint mining site on Easton Down

Background imageExtraction Collection: Shadwell Quarry 21551_23

Shadwell Quarry 21551_23
Shadwell Quarry, near Much Wenlock, Shropshire. The basin of the quarry has filled with water and the limestone quarried here has helped to give this a rich blue colour

Background imageExtraction Collection: Teniers - A Lime-kiln with Figures N070547

Teniers - A Lime-kiln with Figures N070547
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " A Lime-kiln with Figures" by David TENIERS the younger (1610-90). Spanish Royal Collection. Captured at Vitoria, 1813. WM 1583-1948

Background imageExtraction Collection: Grimes Graves J940184

Grimes Graves J940184
GRIMES GRAVES, Norfolk. 1994 cutaway reconstruction drawing of Prehistoric flint mining by Terry Ball (English Heritage Graphics Team). Recent evidence suggests that ladders may not have been used

Background imageExtraction Collection: Grimes Graves N070076

Grimes Graves N070076
GRIMES GRAVES, Norfolk. Neolithic flint mine. An aerial view of pock-marked landscape

Background imageExtraction Collection: Haresceugh Fell 28500_047

Haresceugh Fell 28500_047
Former Busk lime kiln and limestone quarry and Haresceugh Fell Medieval dispersed settlement comprising a stone-walled enclosure containing a stone-walled enclosure interpreted as a dwelling

Background imageExtraction Collection: Lime kiln 28499_069

Lime kiln 28499_069
Disused Croglin limekiln and quarry, near Croglin, Cumbria, 2013

Background imageExtraction Collection: Titterstone Quarry EAW020122

Titterstone Quarry EAW020122
Titterstone Quarry, Clee Hill, Shropshire. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in 1948

Background imageExtraction Collection: Dhustone EAW020127

Dhustone EAW020127
Dhu Stone Quarries, Clee Hill, Shropshire. Photographed from the south-west by Aerofilms Ltd in 1948

Background imageExtraction Collection: Quarry and works 33169_018

Quarry and works 33169_018
Ribblsedale Cement Works and Bankfield Limestone Quarry, Clitheroe, Lancashire. Photographed in May 2017

Background imageExtraction Collection: Cross Fell lead mine 28543_061

Cross Fell lead mine 28543_061
Disused lead mine & spoil heap on Cross Fell, Cumbria. Photographed in June 2014

Background imageExtraction Collection: Force Crag Mine DP054906

Force Crag Mine DP054906
FORCE CRAG MINE, Coledale Valley, Braithwaite, Keswick, Cumbria. Hillside location of High Force Cross Cut, viewed from the south. Lake District landscape

Background imageExtraction Collection: Levant Mine DP167182

Levant Mine DP167182
Geevor Mine (Levant Section), Levant Road, Trewellard, St. Just, Cornwall. General view of the mine buildings silhouetted against a dramatic twilight cloudscape, from the south-west

Background imageExtraction Collection: Levant Mine DP167181

Levant Mine DP167181
Skip Shaft Headframe, Geevor Mine (Levant Section), Levant Road, Trewellard, St. Just, Cornwall. The Listed 1960s headframe from the east, with the engine houses behind, lit at twilight

Background imageExtraction Collection: Earthworks, Shap 28376_051

Earthworks, Shap 28376_051
Medieval grange and post medieval lime kiln in Shap, Cumbria. This image shows the remains of a lime kiln in Cumbria which would have produced quick lime by burning limestone

Background imageExtraction Collection: Quarrying stone IC048 / 065

Quarrying stone IC048 / 065
Hadrians Wall. Reconstruction line drawing of soldiers quarrying for stone. Location based on Walltown Craggs Turret. Drawn by Philip Corke. hadrian

Background imageExtraction Collection: Slate quarry at sunset N071583

Slate quarry at sunset N071583
SLATE QUARRY, Cumbria. General view of a slate quarry mine landscape at sunset. Industrial vehicles and machinery

Background imageExtraction Collection: Slate quarry N071582

Slate quarry N071582
SLATE QUARRY, Cumbria. General view of a slate quarry mine landscape at sunset. Industrial vehicles and machinery with slate in the foreground

Background imageExtraction Collection: Kiln at OS 9472 9966

Kiln at OS 9472 9966
Kiln said to have been used for iron ore smelting, early C20. IoE 409657

Background imageExtraction Collection: Brodsworth Main Colliery EPW012843

Brodsworth Main Colliery EPW012843
BRODSWORTH MAIN COLLIERY, Adwick-le-Street, South Yorkshire. Aerial photograph taken in May 1925. The Colliery was opened in 1905 and closed in 1990

Background imageExtraction Collection: Clipstone Colliery DP137964

Clipstone Colliery DP137964
Clipstone Colliery, Clipstone, Nottinghamshire. 1953 to the designs of architects Young and Purves of Manchester. General view of listed headstocks and power house

Background imageExtraction Collection: Fleischmann - Mining Memorial DP169357

Fleischmann - Mining Memorial DP169357
Anderton Shearer Mining Memorial, 1963-5, bronze sculpture by Arthur Fleischmann. Originally sited as a fountain at The National Coal Board, Anderton House, Lowton, Lancashire

Background imageExtraction Collection: Seaham Colliery CCX_14349_02

Seaham Colliery CCX_14349_02
Seaham Colliery, Seaham, County Durham. Begun in 1849, it was producing coal into the 1980s before final closure in 1993. At it height, in 1914, the colliery employed 2

Background imageExtraction Collection: Elsecar Low Pit Colliery 28940_055

Elsecar Low Pit Colliery 28940_055
Elsecar Low Pit Colliery, Hemingfield, Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Photographed in May 2017

Background imageExtraction Collection: Elsecar Low Pit Colliery 28940_052

Elsecar Low Pit Colliery 28940_052
Elsecar Low Pit Colliery, Hemingfield, Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Photographed in May 2017

Background imageExtraction Collection: Barnsley Main 28323_039

Barnsley Main 28323_039
Barnsley Main Colliery, South Yorkshire. The surviving engine house and the pithead structures at the disused colliery. Now Listed Grade II

Background imageExtraction Collection: Oil Rig on the river Tees JLP01_08_099192

Oil Rig on the river Tees JLP01_08_099192
Graythorp, Hartlepool. An aerial view of tug boats towing the oil platform Graythorp I along the Tees Estuary away from Graythorp

Background imageExtraction Collection: Pipeline JLP01_10_02606

Pipeline JLP01_10_02606
CUMBRIA. A view along the route of the Brampton pipeline, showing pipelaying equipment in the foreground lowering the pipeline into a trench

Background imageExtraction Collection: Inside the pipe JLP01_08_083826A

Inside the pipe JLP01_08_083826A
North Cotes, East Lindsey, Lincolnshire. A worker repairing the epoxy resin lining on the welds inside the Northcoates pipeline

Background imageExtraction Collection: Checking for faults JLP01_08_083825

Checking for faults JLP01_08_083825
North Cotes, East Lindsey, Lincolnshire. A worker carrying out an x-ray of the Northcoates pipeline, checking for faults in the welding

Background imageExtraction Collection: Gas pipeline JLP01_08_076813

Gas pipeline JLP01_08_076813
NORFOLK. A view of the Fens gas pipeline, showing protective canopies located at joints along the pipe where sub welds were carried out

Background imageExtraction Collection: Pipelaying JLP01_10_00159

Pipelaying JLP01_10_00159
NORFOLK. A row of Caterpillar 583 pipelayers with side booms, lifting the Fens gas pipeline into a recently dug trench. Work on laying the Fens gas pipeline started in June 1967

Background imageExtraction Collection: Pipeline JLP01_10_02619

Pipeline JLP01_10_02619
CUMBRIA. A view along the route of the Brampton pipeline, showing the pipe at a 45 degree angle in the foreground, where it meets a slope

Background imageExtraction Collection: Delivering a dragline excavator JLP01_08_001556

Delivering a dragline excavator JLP01_08_001556
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE. A Pickfords low loader transporting a W90 walking dragline excavator to Whitley Bay opencast coal site

Background imageExtraction Collection: Platform substructure JLP01_11_38577_06

Platform substructure JLP01_11_38577_06
Graythorp, Hartlepool. A view of the Ravenspurn North concrete gravity substructure, seen during the float out from Graythorp, with tugs towing the structure into the Seaton Channel

Background imageExtraction Collection: Oil platform JLP01_10_02539

Oil platform JLP01_10_02539
Graythorp, Hartlepool. A group of people in life jackets on the oil platform Graythorp II, seen during the float out from Graythorp

Background imageExtraction Collection: Brent Bravo 34132_037

Brent Bravo 34132_037
The decommissioned oil rig, Brent Bravo, photographed during its dismantling at Able Seaton Port, Hartlepool, 2021

Background imageExtraction Collection: Jane Pit 35139_037

Jane Pit 35139_037
The remains of Jane Pit, a 19th century undersea coal mine, Mossbay, Cumbria, 2021

Background imageExtraction Collection: Clipstone Colliery 35050_020

Clipstone Colliery 35050_020
Headstocks and Powerhouse at the site of the former Clipstone Colliery, which finally closed in April 2003. The structures are Grade II listed, Clipstone, Nottinghamshire, 2021

Background imageExtraction Collection: Clipstone Colliery 35050_013

Clipstone Colliery 35050_013
Headstocks and Powerhouse at the site of the former Clipstone Colliery, which finally closed in April 2003. The structures are Grade II listed, Clipstone, Nottinghamshire, 2021

Background imageExtraction Collection: Clipstone Colliery 35050_012

Clipstone Colliery 35050_012
Headstocks and Powerhouse at the site of the former Clipstone Colliery, which finally closed in April 2003. The structures are Grade II listed, Clipstone, Nottinghamshire, 2021

Background imageExtraction Collection: Snibston Colliery 35007_012

Snibston Colliery 35007_012
Snibston Colliery, Leicestershire, 2021

Background imageExtraction Collection: Snibston Colliery 35007_018

Snibston Colliery 35007_018
Winding gear and creeper system at Snibston Colliery, Leicestershire, 2021

Background imageExtraction Collection: Moored oil rig 34112_035

Moored oil rig 34112_035
Oil rig at Able Seaton Port, Hartlepool, 2019

Background imageExtraction Collection: Decommissioned oil rig 34112_030

Decommissioned oil rig 34112_030
The decommissioned oil rig, Brent Bravo, photographed during its dismantling at Able Seaton Port, Hartlepool, 2019

Background imageExtraction Collection: Decommissioned oil rig 34112_023

Decommissioned oil rig 34112_023
The decommissioned oil rig, Brent Bravo, photographed during its dismantling at Able Seaton Port, Hartlepool, 2019




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