The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 57 (1979) > Issues > Issue 2 > Structural Engineering at Collieries
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Structural Engineering at Collieries

New investment is being made in coalmining. Existing mines are being re-equipped to exploit further reserves, and new ones are being planned to open up newly discovered coalfields-in the case of Selby, sinking has commenced. Reference is made to previous papers which describe and illustrate post-1945 colliery reconstruction works: this paper deals with changes that have taken place since then. A.R. Taylor