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2 hours ago, timeslip1 said:

I enjoyed living at Netherton Colliery growing up in 60's and 70's

 

Have you seen this video @timeslip1 -Footage of Netherton Colliery Village 1970 to 1973 - posted by Damian Robson.

 

 

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Hi Alan i have viewed it a few times i lived in plessey street same street as cine was made

I wished more people would share photos of Netherton Colliery 

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5 hours ago, timeslip1 said:

Hi Alan i have viewed it a few times i lived in Plessey street same street as cine was made

I wished more people would share photos of Netherton Colliery 

From what you have commented am I right to assume you have viewed the albums in the Gallery - Netherton/Nedderton old photos - Netherton/Nedderton old photos 2 - The End of Netherton Colliery -  Netherton Colliery Railway Engine 1970  - Scotts of Netherton  &  Netherton Colliery Band ?

Edited by Alan Edgar (Eggy1948)

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