Colliery Structures

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Colliery Structures

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Colliery Structures
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Bridges, George P

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A BRIEF description is given of the organisation of the coal industry under the National Coal Board development of new and existing mines, foundations with special reference to building on colliery refuse heaps and fillings, architectural design of colliery structures and buildings, headframes and heapstead buildings for drum winders, friction winders, mine ventilation, airlocks. The Koepe system of winding, ground type and overhead winders, colliery buildings, storage bunkers, choice of structural and cladding materials. George P. Bridges

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