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Choose from 59 pictures in our Coal Mining collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Derelict Tirpentwys Colliery, Pontypool, South Wales Featured Coal Mining Print

Derelict Tirpentwys Colliery, Pontypool, South Wales

View of the derelict Tirpentwys Colliery near Pontypool in South Wales. The foreground is littered with pieces of wood, including an empty coffin which has broken apart. The colliery closed in 1969

© Mary Evans / Roger Worsley Archive

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Queen Elizabeth II visit coal mine Featured Coal Mining Print

Queen Elizabeth II visit coal mine

Queen Elizabeth II dressed in protective white overalls to make her first descent into a coal-mine at Rothes Colliery, Fife, Scotland in 1958. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh spent two hours at the colliery and stayed underground for about half an hour where they visited different parts of the mine and chatted with the miners at the coal face. Date: 1958

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Police at a Tonypandy colliery, Glamorgan, South Wales Featured Coal Mining Print

Police at a Tonypandy colliery, Glamorgan, South Wales

Numerous policemen (nicknamed Devonshires) on duty at a colliery engine house in the Tonypandy area of Glamorgan, South Wales, during the riots of 1910. The Tonypandy Riots, sometimes known as the Rhondda Riots, of 1910 and 1911 involved violent confrontations between miners and police during an industrial dispute between miners and mine owners

© Mary Evans / Roger Worsley Archive