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Images Dated 9th October 2004

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Vigra Gold Mine, Wales, 1862 Featured 9 Oct 2004 Image

Vigra Gold Mine, Wales, 1862

Engraving showing the crushing mill of Vigra gold mine, beside the Hirgwm river in North Wales, 1862. The waterwheel shown was about 60ft in diameter and worked a Cornish crushing machine which crushed 40 tons of ore per day

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

07, 1862, 21, 40, 60ft, Cornish, Crushed, Crushing, Dec, Diameter, Engraving, Gold, Hirgwm, Historical, History, Iln, Import, Machine, Mill, Mine, North, Ore, River, Showing, Shown, Tons, Vigra, Wales, Water Wheel, Worked

Gold Shovelled like Coal. A Curiosity of a Siberian Mine.Spa Featured 9 Oct 2004 Image

Gold Shovelled like Coal. A Curiosity of a Siberian Mine.Spa

Illustration from sketches by Special Artist Julius Price in Siberia showing Russian women working on the Siberian gold mines, shovelling ore like coal. Women are paid badly, worse than men. The ore is crushed by Chilean mills

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

07, 1906, 21, Artist, Badly, Chilean, Coal, Crushed, Curiosity, Dec, Gold, Historical, History, Illustration, Iln, Import, Julius, Men, Mills, Mines, Minespa, Ore, Paid, Price, Russian, Shovelled, Shovelling, Showing, Siberia, Siberian, Sketches, Special, Women, Working, Worse

Emigration. Irish Emigrants Leaving Queenstown Harbour Featured 9 Oct 2004 Image

Emigration. Irish Emigrants Leaving Queenstown Harbour

Detailed harbour scene with hundreds of emigrants waiting for the boat for New York, steam ships in the background. In the foreground barefoot young lads are expectantly waiting, ladies are buying lucky heather and rosaries for the voyage and would-be emigrants wait for their names to be called by the White Star Line officers

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans