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Malton Colliery

Lanchester

54.807807, -1.716501

Opened:

Closed:

1870

1961

Entry Created:

21 Jul 2022

Last Updated:

21 Jul 2022

Redeveloped

Condition:

Owners: 

Love & Son (1880s), Sir S. A. Sadler Ltd. (1890s), National Coal Board (1960s)

Description (or HER record listing)

"At Malton, coal has also been wrought since 1870, the Malton being in that year opened by Mr. G. Love. It is now worked by S. A. Sadler, Esq., of Middlesbrough. The Harvey, Brockwell, and Busty seams are met here, and worked by drifts, the thickness of the seams ranging from two to four feet. Patent ovens and other important improvements are rapidly developing, and ere long this colliery will employ a large number of men."

Whellan's 1894 Directory of County Durham (via Durham Mining Museum)

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