Wynnstay Colliery was sunk by the New British Iron Company starting in 1856.By 1896 the ownership lay with Wynnstay Collieries Co. Ltd., Ruabon, and this company erected a 22ft Walker ventilation fan in 1902. Although the colliery closed in 1927 there are extensive remains to be found on the site including the winding enginehouse and this building that housed the fan. http://flic.kr/p/qbiPP8



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Turbo Generator inside the boiler house of an abandoned & now demolished coal breaker located in the rust belt. Follow me on Facebook Instagram! http://flic.kr/p/qaQsR2

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Converters, Anaconda Reduction Works Image taken from p 36 The Anaconda Reduction Works, July 1920. Unique ID: mze-anac1920p 36 Type: Pamphlet Contributors: Anaconda Copper Mining Company Date Digital: July 2010 Date Original: 1920 Source: Butte Digital Image Project at Montana Memory Project (read the book) Library: Butte-Silver Bow Public Library in Butte, Montana, USA. Rights Info: Public Domain. Not in Copyright. Please see Montana Memory project Copyright statement and Conditions of Use (for more information, click here). Some rights reserved. Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works. More information about the Montana Memory Project: Montana's Digital Library and Archives. More information about the Butte-Silver Bow Public Library. Search the Butte-Silver Bow Public Library Catalog. http://flic.kr/p/8o1JAK

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