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D60119

Leasingthorne Colliery

Coundon

54.666492,-1.607991

No. 1 Pit

Opened:

1836

Closed:

1967

Reclaimed

Condition:

Last Updated:

29 Nov 2021

Owners: 

Messrs. King, Mearse & Campion (1836), James Reid (1841), Andrew Spottiswoode (1845), Messrs. Backhouse & Co. (1840s), Nicholas Wood & Co. (1856), Black Boy Coal Co. (1860s), Bolckow Vaughan (1870s), Dorman Long (1929), National Coal Board (1947 -)

HER Info (unless otherwise noted)

Pit sunk in 1836 by Messrs. King, Mearse and Campion. Ownership changed several times throughout the nineteenth century before becoming part of the National Coal Board. The colliery worked several seams and merged with the Dean and Chapter Colliery in the 1950s before closing in 1967 (1-3).

Ordnance Survey, 1898

Ordnance Survey, 1898

'Sketches of The Coal Mines in Northumberland and Durham' T.H.Hair, published in 1844

Leasingthorne Colliery after closure. Source: Chris Cleasby, Facebook

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