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North End Colliery

Cockfield

54.619723, -1.808719

Opened:

Closed:

19th c

1900s

Entry Created:

14 Nov 2022

Last Updated:

14 Nov 2022

Reclaimed

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Description (or HER record listing)

NEHL - North End Colliery was one of the many pits on Cockfield Fell in the late 19th century. This colliery was small - with one above ground building and a coal shaft next to a group of sidings. They connected via tramway to a depot under the Gaunless Viaduct, and appears to have utilised an older tramway which led further south west. The colliery disappears off of maps by the 1910s.

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