Washington F Pit Museum


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Washington F Pit Museum

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Washington F Pit

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Washington F Pit

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Washington 'F' Pit
- "See the impressive winding engine which once took pitmen to the coalface and brought coal to the surface, now operated by an electric motor. The 'F' pit, which was sunk ...

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Colliery engine house at Washington F Pit, Albany
- "...The Washington F Pit engine house survives particularly well and represents a remarkable example of the winding technology employed within the North East Coalfield in the first half of the ...

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Washington F Pit

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Washington F Pit

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Washington F Pit

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Washington F Pit

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Washington F Pit

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Washington F Pit

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Washington F Pit

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Washington F Pit

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Miners Banner, Washington F Pit Lodge

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Miners Banner, Washington F Pit Lodge

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Washington F Pit

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Washington F Pit

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Winding engine, Washington F Pit

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Washington F Pit - LOCAL STUDIES CENTRE FACT SHEET NUMBER 24
- "In December 1775 Robert Shafto, Sir Gilfred Lawson and Sir James Musgrave, the Lords of the Manor of Washington, leased the coal under the northern part of the Parish to ...

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Washington, Tyne & Wear
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Washington 'F' Pit (1777 - 1968)
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Washington Colliery (1775-1968)
- "In December 1775 Robert Shafto, Sir Gilfred Lawson and Sir James Musgrave, the Lords of the Manor of Washington, leased the coal under the northern part of the Parish to ...
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F Pit Museum, Washington, Tyne & Wear, UK - Aerial Video 3

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