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The Shane Phillips Collection Of Pit Photographs


Silverwood Colliery was situated between the Villages of Thrybergh and Ravenfield.

Silverwood Colliery was sunk between 1900 and 1905, the seam known as the Barnsley Seam reached a depth of 740 yards. This seam provided most of the output at Silverwood until the Melton field was developed in 1952.

For lots more information about Silverwood visit John Doxey's site

May 1994

May 1994

Silverwood Colliery Yorkshire

See Also Stuart Tomlins