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COAL MINERS MINING in YORKSHIRE 1970s SOUTH KIRKBY COLLIERY

South Kirkby, Yorkshire, England circa 1979.  <br />
Pit Club Terrace, a free coal supply for mining families dumped outside the back to back NUM housing.  Milton Terrace (R) is where the Yorkshire cricketer Geoffrey Boycott grew up.
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1970s Pit village NCB Houses in South Kirkby Yorkshire
South Kirkby, Yorkshire, England circa 1979.
Pit Club Terrace, a free coal supply for mining families dumped outside the back to back NUM housing. Milton Terrace (R) is where the Yorkshire cricketer Geoffrey Boycott grew up.

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