colliery spoil

смесь отходов каменного угля с пустой породой

Англо-русский строительный словарь. 2013.

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  • spoil|bank — «SPOYL BANGK», noun. a bank or mound of refuse earth, stone, or other waste material: »Owners of colliery spoilbanks are required to take all practicable steps to minimize the emission of smoke and fumes (London Times) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Orgreave Colliery — was a coal mine situated adjacent to the main line of the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway about 5 miles (8.0 km) south east of Sheffield. The colliery is within the parish of Orgreave, from which it takes its name. Contents 1… …   Wikipedia

  • Outwood Colliery — was a coal mine in Outwood, near Stoneclough, then in the historic county of Lancashire, England. Originally named Clough Side Colliery,[1] it opened in the 1840s and was the largest colliery in the area[2] It was owned by Thomas Fletcher Sons,… …   Wikipedia

  • Nantgarw Colliery — was a coal mine located in the village on Nantgarw, Mid Glamorgan located just north of Cardiff. Opened in 1910, it closed in 1986. The site is now redeveloped as the industrial estate Parc Nantgarw. Contents 1 Development 2 Production 3 Closure …   Wikipedia

  • Ram Hill Colliery — Ram Hill Colliery, (gbmapping|ST679803) Coalpit Heath, Bristol was sunk sometime between 1820 and 1830. It was owned by the Coalpit Heath Company, which included Sir John Smyth as a shareholder. Sir John was one of the main proponents of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Warren House Colliery — was a coal mine situated to the north of Rawmarsh, near Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England. The colliery, within lands owned by Earl Fitzwilliam was opened in the early 1800s and closed in, or shortly after the First World War. The pit was… …   Wikipedia

  • Brodsworth Colliery — was a colliery near Woodlands, South Yorkshire, England that closed in 1990. It was renowned for the superb model village of Woodlands that housed its workers. The colliery was consistently amongst the highest employers of miners in Britain and… …   Wikipedia

  • East Kent Light Railway — The East Kent Light Railway was part of the Colonel Stephens group of cheaply built rural light railways in England. Holman Fred Stephens was engineer from its inception, subsequently becoming director and manager. The line ran from Shepherdswell …   Wikipedia

  • Minestone — Minestone, also known as Colliery Spoil, is the solid residual material resulting from the mining of coal. It is likely to contain varying proportions of sandstone, shale, mudstone and coal fragments. The properties of colliery spoil can vary… …   Wikipedia

  • Cronton — Coordinates: 53°23′28″N 2°45′29″W / 53.391°N 2.758°W / 53.391; 2.758 …   Wikipedia

  • Frickley Athletic F.C. — Football club infobox clubname = Frickley Athletic fullname = Frickley Athletic Football Club nickname = The Blues founded = 1910 (as Frickley Colliery) ground = Westfield Lane South Elmsall capacity = 2,087 | chairman = Peter Bywater manager =… …   Wikipedia


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