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Aajtak clg end door end job kar raha hu tab bhi itna clear nhi huva jitna aaj aapne clear topic kar diya bahut bahut dhanyawad sir Great explanation sir ,please continue all vol. If dg deshmukh immediately We doubt that they will tell of the ending of pit ponies that were lame and those too old to work, all pit ponies were put down the same day they retired. The sad ending of the British coal mine pit ponies was debated in the House of Commons in 1951 & 52, it reported the vast number that were put down upon retiring. It was done humanly so they did not suffer, the same sad ending comes to quite a number of other horses & ponies. Wonderful documentary thank you 👌👌👌 20 people in one accident at Brancepeth Colliery and I'm sure that's in the 1800s too. Dangerous work back in the old days. Very safe if done right though. Found this video while researching medival mining to make a model of a medival mine. Very educational and inspirational. I remember doing a school project and writing off to the NCB. Had a load of pamphlets back. A lost industry. What gets me is they are banning coal and oil. But pushing electric! Where do people think copper and lithium come from?? For I always find it interesting that mines such as the ones showed here or the ones in other nations. That both Famous ships and Steam Engines would have not came into existence. Ships such as HMS Warspite ,the RMS Titanic
USS. Texas to name a few vessels and Steam Engines such as the Flying Scotsman, BigBoy just name a few. As an occupation, coal mining seems far from appealing. But ex-miners and their families seem to get all misty-eyed when mines close. Renewable energy has more advantages than taking pressure from the environment. When technology improves opportunities open up for the next generation. Very interesting and informative film. As a fourth generation coal miner, I can relate to this. Conditions when I entered the industry had improved vastly, although dangers still existed, it was nothing compared to what my Dad, Grandad and Great Grandad had to face. God bless all those who lost their lives underground. Give this a watch at work...nice bit of information! Wives complained to get out. Sons weren't so lucky. It's a crime how women now claim to be the oppressed one's. What a story. Now all gone in our life time.
Interesting 70's story/comedy worth watching....The price of coal This takes me back to about 1962 when I saw this on 16mm film while in Junior school. Once a week we used to have these type of educational films on various topics. Must have made a big impression on me, as I have never forgotten it. I was always sure I would see it on You Tube one day A wonderful history of a lost industry. An ex miner who can recognise the history. Very informative and great images My forebears were coal miners, many of who either died in the pits when the roof fell in on them, or from coughing their lungs out, and I swore that I would never go down one of those bloody holes. Coal So refreshing to see something that isn't ruined by a noisy and offensive electronic soundtrack. While it’s great to see you’re interested in historical coal mining and the legacy this has left on our landscape, we really need to make sure you’re aware of a few things.
Abandoned coal mines have many dangers, some of which are not obvious but can quickly become life threatening.
The Coal Authority, as the owner of the majority of coal mine entries in Britain, has a public safety responsibility to prevent accidental and unauthorised access into mine workings, which is also trespass.
We provide an emergency response service to fence and treat reported coal mine hazards.
This ensures that no one can put themselves or others in danger.
We ask that you consider these points and report any open mine entries to us - details of how to do this are available at https://www.gov.uk/report-coal-mine-hazard
To discuss this matter further or for us to explain more about the dangers, please call our 24/7 hazard line on 01623 646 333.
The Coal Authority idiots who get a kick from danger and shrug their shoulders if others have to rescue them