Horden Beach


In the past mining refuse from Hoden Colliery and Blackhall Colliery were dumped in the sea via aeriel rope pully systems. "Standing to look a lot cleaner. The sand used to be black due to the coal mining in Horden." (Dominic Wade, 2009).

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Horden Beach

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Horden Beach

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Horden Beach

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Horden Beach

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Horden Beach

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Low water sea coaling Horden blackhall

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  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Sea Coaling
- A 'sea-coaler' is someone who makes their living by collecting and selling coal washed up on the beaches. Examples of beaches in the North East where sea coaling was practiced ...

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