Mines of Coal and other Stratified Minerals in Yorkshire from 1854

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Abbotside
Aberford Road
Accomodation Road
Ackton Hall
Ackworth
Acorn Hill
Acre Lane
Acre Mills
Adwalton
Adwalton (a)
Adwalton Common
Adwalton Lane
Adwalton Moor (a)
Adwalton Moor (b)
Agnes
Ainley
Ainley Grange
Albion
Alderscholes
Aldwarke Main
Alexandra
All Alone
Allatt Hill
Allerton
Allerton
Allerton
High Abbotside, Hawes
Wakefield
Harehills, Leeds
Featherstone, Pontefract
Ackworth
Stannington, Sheffield
Wibsey, Bradford
Wibsey, Bradford
Adwalton, Leeds
Adwalton, Leeds
Adwalton, Leeds
Adwalton, Leeds
Adwalton, Leeds
Adwalton, Leeds
Barnsley
Elland, Halifax
Elland, Halifax
Barnsley
Thornton, Bradford
Parkgate, Rawmarsh
Tong, Bradford
Idle Moor, Bradford
Rastrick, Brighouse
Allerton, Bradford
Allerton, Bradford
Allerton, Bradford
1906
1880
1854
1877
1909
1921
1921
1894
1896
1854
1872
1871
1854
1873
1863
1888
1912
1901
1861
1862
1918
1892
1907
1865
1867
1855
1909
1894
1854
1985
1913
1951
1921
1894
1903
1860
1881
1880
1877
1881
1883
1897
1926
1905
1887
1961
1918
1901
1908
1921
Probably Bottom Boat
Became Alma
First shaft sunk 1877. Closed for geological reasons 05/07/1985.
Sinking 1909 to 1913 and used for man-riding at Ackton Hall.
Fireclay, abandoned 20/10/1966, plan 15246.
Sinking from 1873 to 1879
Standing 1915 to 1926.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Closed 30/06/1961.
Abandoned
Not listed after 1897
Bentley & Kaye
Patefield & Patchett
Carr, Cliffe & others
= Little Moor. Abandoned August 1921
Allerton Bywater
Allerton Main
Allerton Main, Albert
Allerton Main,
Fleakingley Beck
Allerton Main, Primrose
Hill
Allerton Main, Victoria
Allerton, Haigh Moor
Alma
Altofts Brickworks
Extension
Alumina
Alverthorpe
Ambler Thorn
Ambler Thorn / Strines
Andrew Beck Opencast
Andrew Hill
Angram
Apple Tree Pit
Arbourthorne
Ardsley Fall
Armistice
Ash Grove No.1
Ash Grove No.2
Ashday
Allerton Bywater
Swillington, Leeds
Swillington, Leeds
1854 1992
1853 1887
1882 1935
Closed 27/03/1992.
See Allerton Main, Victoria.
Discontinued 1930. Abandoned December 1935
Swillington, Leeds
1888 1897
See Fleakingley Beck may also appear as Fleatingley Beck
Swillington, Leeds
1893 1946
Swillington, Leeds
Leeds
Harehills, Leeds
1888 1947
1861 1868
1855 1861
Altofts, Wakefield
1996 1996
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Wakefield
Halifax
Halifax
Farnley, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Middlesmoor, Pateley
Bridge
Wyke, Bradford
Gleadless, Sheffield
Wakefield
Hazlehead, Holmfirth
Southowram, Halifax
Southowram, Halifax
Southowram, Halifax
1878
1866
1897
1901
1965
1873
1887
1879
1960
1960
1980
1875
Called Allerton Main, Primrose Hill until 1947 and then Primrose
Hill until it closed in March 1970.
See Victoria (c).
See Accomodation Road in 1854.
Mainly a fireclay mine.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Sinking from 1873 to 1875.
1904 1905
Abandoned in 1905
1842
1888
1856
1920
1896
1929
1922
Sunk in 1842
Closed 1892 to 1920? Closed December 1923.
1923
1872
1928
1976
1930
1957
Discontinued October 1928 and abandoned October 1938.
Closed 30/09/1976.
Discontinued July 1930
Abandoned on 17/02/1959.
Ashes
Saddleworth, Oldham
1861 1870
Ashfield
Farnley, Leeds
1892 1962
Ashfield Fireclay Mine
Askern Main
Astley
Aston
Aston
Aston Main
Attercliffe
Augusta
Austin's Dayhole
Aycliffe Hill
Babes in Wood
Back Lane
Bagden Wood
Baildon Moor
Balaklava
Balance Booth
Ballifield
Balm
Balm Gate
Balne Lane
Band Bed Drift
Bank Bottom
Bank Bottom
Bank Bottom No.1
Conisborough
1879
Askern, Doncaster
1910
Swillington, Leeds
1854
Aston, Sheffield
1907
Rotherham
1855
Aston, Sheffield
1872
Sheffield
1854
Borough Corner, Wakefield 1881
Temple Newsam, Leeds
1921
Hoton, Bradford
1865
Dewsbury
1862
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1913
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1940
Baildon, Bradford
1855
West Ardsley, Leeds
1860
Hepworth, Holmfirth
1874
Sheffield
1855
Wyke, Bradford
1881
Roberttown, Liversedge
1873
Wakefield
1855
Hazlehead, Holmfirth
1912
Southowram, Halifax
1863
Whinmoor
1936
Silkstone, Barnsley
1942
1902
1991
1887
1936
1871
1883
1858
1903
1925
1872
1887
1915
1955
1904
1887
1875
1860
1881
1878
1857
1935
1875
1967
1947
A Dayhole. Appears to have stood from 1911 to 1927 and 1930 to
1961 inclusive
Closed 20/12/1991.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Discontinued April 1931 and abandoned January 1936.
Abandoned 1903
Abandoned August 1925.
Abandoned
Abandoned June 1904.
Abandoned August 1891.
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
Discontinued 1935
Discontinued 1947.
Bank Bottom No.3
Bank Bottom No.4
Bank Bottom No.5
Bank House
Silkstone, Barnsley
Silkstone, Barnsley
Whinmoor
Dodworth, Barnsley
1942
1942
1947
1905
Bank Royd
Denby Dale
1903 1939
Bank Top
1854 1854
Bankhouse
Banks
Banks Hall
Halifax
Worsborough Bridge,
Barnsley.
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Halifax
Cawthorne
Bankwell
Todmorden
1899 1920
Baptist Hill
Crigglestone, Wakefield
1923 1925
Barkers Wood
Cawthorne
1929 1969
Barley Hall
Barnborough Main
Barnbow
Thorpe Hesley, Rotherham
Barnburgh
Barnbow, Leeds
Cumberworth,
Huddersfield
Hepworth, Holmfirth
Hepworth, Holmfirth
Barnsley
Barnsley
Barnsley
1886 1974
1911 1989
1924 1930
Bank Top
Barncliffe Hill
Barnside
Barnside (a)
Barnsley
Barnsley Main (a)
Barnsley Main (b)
1950
1947
1950
1927
Abandoned 15/04/1927.
May have been called Denby Dale before 1903 Fireclay,
abandoned 25/09/1939.
1892 1899
1890 1892
1855 1869
1953 Near Portsmouth - shown, but not named, on the 1st edition O.S.
1/10560 sheet. Standing 1921 to 1925
Abandoned 04/05/1925.
Abandoned December 1934. Reopened 1953 (= Banks Hall?) and
closed c1969.
Sinking from 1886 to 1887. Closed May 1974).
Closed 26/05/1989.
Discontinued July 1930. Abandoned June 1931.
1907 1912
1855
1854
1854
1899
1985
1887
1863
1966
1991
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
On the site of Old Oaks. Closed in May 1966.
On the site of Old Oaks. Reopened in 1985 and closed
Barnsley Main (c)
Barnsley
1899 1909
Barrowby
Barugh
Barugh Lane
Barugh Opencast
Base Green
Bassey
Bateman
Batley
Baulk Farm
Beacon
Beacon Hill
Beaumonts
Beckett Street
Beeley Wood
Worsbrough Bridge,
Barnsley
Crossgates, Leeds
Barugh, Barnsley
Barugh Green, Barnsley
Barugh, Barnsley
Gleadless, Sheffield
Todmorden
Cleckheaton
Batley, Dewsbury
Upper Cumberworth
Northowram, Halifax
Southowram, Halifax
Shelf, Bradford
Potternewton, Leeds
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Beeley Wood No.1
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
1913 1934
Beeley Wood No.2
Beeley Wood No.3
Beeston (a)
Beeston (b)
Beeston (c)
Beeston Hill
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Beeston, Leeds
Beeston, Leeds
Beeston, Leeds
Beeston, Leeds
1913
1913
1861
1901
1856
1878
Barrow
19/07/1991.
Shown on 1st edition OS 1/10560 sheet as 'Oaks', but called
'Barnsley Main' on the 1904 OS map. Abandoned in 1909.
1873 1985
Closed 20/05/1985.
1938
1913
1924
1962
1865
1936
1871
1854
1924
1888
1879
1897
1859
1894
Closed December 1948, but briefly reopened soon after.
Abandoned October 1921.
Abandoned 17/12/1926.
1948
1918
1926
1967
1869
1938
1884
1929
1925
1938
1887
1905
1880
1911
1921
1928
1877
1919
1881
1881
Fireclay, abandoned June 1939.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Abandoned January 1929
Abandoned
Discontinued 1938. Abandoned March 1941.
Abandoned September 18th 1905.
Sinking 1873 to 1880. Closed 1860.
Standing from 1905 to 1911. Continues as Beeley Wood No.1
Standing 1905 to 1911. Discontinued August 1934 and abandoned
March 1938.
Standing 1914 to 1921
Abandoned 16/01/ 1928.
Sinking in 1901. Called Beeston, Park from 1920 to 1928
Sinking from 1878 to 1880
Beeston Lodge
Beeston, Leeds
1856 1869
Beeston Manor
Churwell, Leeds
1854 1877
Beeston Road
Beeston, Bye Pit
Beeston, Hall
Beeston, Park
Beever Lane
Beever Lane
Beeston, Leeds
Beeston, Leeds
Beeston, Leeds
Beeston, Leeds
Gawber, Barnsley
Gawber, Barnsley
1870
1883
1898
1920
1923
1919
Beevers
Gawber, Barnsley
1888 1925
Beggarington
Beggar's Hill
Beighton
Beldon Brook
1864
1884
1867
1894
Bellarney Lane
Belle Vue
Ben Ing Pit
Hartshead, Bradford
Holbeck, Leeds
Beighton, Sheffield
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Worsbrough Bridge,
Barnsley
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
Worsboro' Bridge,
Barnsley
Barnsley
Darton, Barnsley
Oakenshaw, Bradford
Bentley
Bentley, Doncaster
Bell Ing
Bell String No.1
Bell String No.2
Bell String No.3
Bellamy Lane
1872
1897
1899
1928
1949
1921
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. This colliery covered a wide
area.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Called 'Beeston' until 1919. Abandoned April 1928.
Abandoned December 1921.
Abandoned 1908. Abandoned April 1914 and reopened 1923.
Abandoned October 1925.
1872
1891
1885
1899
1855 1860
1935 1937
1937 1945
1937 1945
Abandoned April 1937
Mainly a Fireclay mine. Abandoned April 1945.
Mainly a Fireclay mine. Abandoned April 1945.
1921 1922
Closed September 1922.
1856 1861
1873 1905
1896 1905
Abandoned in 1905
1905 1993
Sinking from 1905 to 1908, production started in November 1908
and ended 03/12/1993.
Bentley Pit
Wyke, Bradford
1891 1894
Berry Moor
Thurgoland, Sheffield
1880 1925
Berry Moor
Better Bed
Beulah
Beverley
Billingley Drift
Bimshaw Wood
Bimshaw Wood Drift
Bimshaw Wood No.1
Bimshaw Wood No.2
Bimshaw Wood No.3
Bimshaw Wood No.4
Binns Bottom
Birchen Lea
Birk Hill
Birkby Lane
Birkenshaw
Birkenshaw (a)
Birkenshaw (b)
Birkenshaw (c)
Birkenshaw Lower
Birkhill
Thurgoland, Sheffield
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Tong, Bradford
Armley, Leeds
Darfield, Barnsley
Barugh, Barnsley
Woolley Moor, Barnsley
Wakefield
Wakefield
Wakefield
Wakefield
Southowram, Halifax
Wilsden, Bradford
Birkenshaw, Bradford
Bailiff Bridge, Bradford
Hunsworth, Bradford
Birkenshaw, Bradford
Birkenshaw, Bradford
Birkenshaw, Bradford
Birkenshaw, Bradford
Birkenshaw, Bradford
1861
1904
1910
1862
1951
1965
1956
1921
1923
1923
1925
1854
1942
1927
1855
1910
1854
1854
1854
1910
1856
Birks Fireclay
Thornton, Bradford
1886 1959
Birkshall
Bowling, Bradford
1854 1864
1871
1905
1914
1872
1956
1967
1960
1927
1926
1927
1927
1877
1943
1930
1883
1954
1887
1860
1855
1953
1879
Sinking from 1880 to 1881. Abandoned in 1909. Abandoned in
1913 and reopened in 1913. Abandoned July 1926.
Closed in July 1956.
May be the same mine as, or very near Woolley Edge
Abandoned 18/03/1927.
Abandoned December 1926.
Abandoned 05/02/1927.
Abandoned 18/03/1927.
Abandoned 10/06/1943.
Abandoned May 1930
Near Bailiff Bridge - sinking 1857.
May be Birkenshaw Upper. Merged with Gomersal.
See Birkhill
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
May have been Birkenshaw (c)
On 1933 edition 1/10560 sheet. Formerly called Clayton Fire
Clay Works,
Birksroyd
Birley
Birley Gate
Birley Vale
Birley Vale
Birley West
Birley, Beighton Pit
Southowram, Halifax
Beighton, Sheffield
Intake, Sheffield
Beighton, Sheffield
Beighton, Sheffield
Beighton, Sheffield
Beighton, Sheffield
1899
1861
1920
1925
1861
1925
1907
Birley, East
Woodhouse, Sheffield
1907 1988
Birstall
Birstall Field Head
Birtin
Birstall, Dewsbury
Birstall, Dewsbury
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
High & Low Bishopside,
Pateley Bridge
Deepcar, Sheffield
Deepcar, Sheffield
Deepcar, Sheffield
Deepcar, Sheffield
Thornton, Bradford
Sledbrook, Huddersfield
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Barnsley
Farndale, Kirkby Moorside
East Ardsley, Leeds
Elland, Halifax
Elland, Halifax
Cotherstone
1854 1860
1855 1857
1878 1905
Bishopside
Bitholmes
Bitholmes No.1
Bitholmes No.2
Bitholmes Wood
Black Dike Lane
Black Dyke
Blacker Hall
Blacker Main
Blackey
Blackgates
Blackley & Woodman
Blackley End
Blackton
1907
1872
1921
1927
1863
1932
1947
J. Farrar; Farrar & Sons
Abandoned
Pumping Station
Pumping Station. Abandoned 1932.
Sinking from 1902 to 1904. See Brookhouse 1948 to 1985.
Birley (East Pit) - 1947 Used by the NCB as a training centre.
Used as a Pumping Station from 1977 to 1988.
Sometimes called Birkin, continues as Langhouse until 1920
1878 1899
1921
1937
1938
1932
1894
1933
1918
1856
1888
1874
1893
1861
1920
1932
1937
1938
1961
1942
1937
1929
1888
1889
1876
1925
1861
1927
Discontinued January 1932 and abandoned June 1933
Fireclay, Pot Clay, abandoned 31/10/1940.
Abandoned 1932
Calvin Cockcroft 1894; Calvin Cockroft Ltd 1938-1942
Abandoned March 1937
Abandoned 16/05/1929. Winter seam abandoned in July 1926.
Standing from 1891 to 1893.
Sinking from 1874 to 1876.
Halifax Hard Bed abandoned 25/12/1921. Abandoned 1925
Opening in 1920, not worked in 1926 and abandoned June 1927.
Blake Hill
Blakeley
Idle, Bradford
Leeds
1889 1902
1866 1869
Bleaberry
Burton-in-Lonsdale
1897 1945
Bloomhouse
Bloomhouse Green
Blue Ball
Blue Hill
Blue Hill Lane
Blue Hills
Darton, Barnsley
Barnsley
Rastrick, Brighouse
Wortley, Leeds
Wortley, Leeds
Birkenshaw, Bradford
Cumberworth,
Huddersfield
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
Delph, Saddleworth
Bradford
Southowram, Halifax
Shipley, Bradford
Bradford
Birkenshaw, Bradford
Birkenshaw, Bradford
Northowram, Halifax
Rastrick, Brighouse
Denshaw, Oldham
Barnsley
Stanley, Wakefield
Bradford
1927
1861
1887
1907
1861
1873
Blue Slates
Blue Slates
Bold Venture
Bolton
Bolton
Bolton Quarry
Bolton Wood
Booth Holme
Booth Holme Field
Booth Town
Boothroyd
Boothstead
Boro'
Bottom Boat
Bowling
1938
1878
1900
1914
1889
1879
1919 1924
1893
1873
1855
1915
1856
1856
1873
1868
1855
1898
1921
1917
1854
1854
1897
1873
1860
1922
1858
1877
1897
1872
1860
1898
1947
1935
1881
1883
Lupton & Myers
Greta Bank Potteries. Standing from October 6th 1931.
Abandoned January 1st 1935. Fireclay, Stone Clay, abandoned
20/03/1945, plan 13953.
Reopened in 1923
P. Normington & Co.
Abandoned September 1914
Abandoned 15/09/1924.
Sinking
Not worked in 1923.
Messrs Cousen
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Exors. of H. Ormerod
Discontinued September 1929 and reopened in 1937.
Abandoned May 1935
Aberford Road
Bowling (a)
Bowling (b)
Bowling (c)
Bowling Old Lane
Box Ings
Boyn Hill
Bracken Moor
Bracken Moor
Bracken Moor (a)
Brackens Lane End
Bradford
Bradford (a)
Bradford Moor
Bradford Moor (a)
Bradford Moor (b)
Bradford Road
Bradgate
Bradley (a)
Bradley (b)
Bradley Lane
Bradley Mills
Bradley Wood
Bradshaw (a)
Bradshaw (b)
Bradshaw Lane
Bradshaw Lane
Bradford
Bradford
Bradford
Bowling, Bradford
Huddersfield
Chapelthorpe, Wakefield
Deepcar, Sheffield
Deepcar, Sheffield
Deepcar, Sheffield
Shelf, Bradford
Bowling, Bradford
Bowling, Bradford
Bradford
Bradford
Bradford
Huddersfield
Rotherham
Bradley, Huddersfield
Bradleys Both, Skipton
Huddersfield
Huddersfield
Huddersfield
Ovenden, Halifax
Ovenden, Halifax
Ovenden, Halifax
Bradford
1861
1861
1862
1855
1855
1855
1905
1865
1873
1864
1861
1881
1854
1878
1854
1921
1917
1854
1873
1912
1893
1878
1855
1855
1861
1854
1880
1880
1881
1860
1903
1863
1924
1875
1892
1877
1883
1883
1860
1880
1877
1923
1919
1877
1893
1917
1897
1880
1860
1869
1872
1854
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Discontinued 1924 to 1926.
Sinking from 1873 to 1877.
= Shelf, Halifax
This may also be the highest of the three Bunkers Hill Collieries.
May have become Bradley Wood.
Sinking from 1875 to 1878.
Abandoned 1917
May be Bradley (a)
In the Soil Hill area
Bramley Hall
Handsworth, Sheffield
1929 1947
Bramley Hall No.2
Brampton
Bramston Street
Bramwyn
Bramwyn No.2
Branch End
Branch End No.2
Branch End No.3
Branch End No.4
Branch End No.5
Brandy Carr
Braygill
Handsworth, Sheffield
Barnsley
Brighouse
Calder Grove
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Wakefield
Hawes
1938
1854
1897
1946
1953
1916
1919
1924
1924
1924
1921
1899
Breakneck
Northowram, Halifax
1888 1910
Breaks
Brearcliffe
Breley Wood
Bretton
Bretton West
Brice Hill
Brick Clay Quarry
Brick Lane
Brick Wall
Brickfield
Brickfield
Clayton, Bradford
Wyke, Bradford
Sheffield
Wakefield
Wakefield
Calder Grove
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Bradford
Adwalton, Leeds
Wortley, Leeds
Old Sharlston
1891
1921
1897
1854
1921
1929
1965
1855
1859
1888
1916
1945
1864
1900
1951
1954
1918
1923
1925
1925
1927
1921
1902
1893
1921
1899
1876
1925
1931
1980
1858
1867
1888
1916
Abandoned 28/02/1927. Reopened in 1929. Abandoned from
October 1938 to 1946
S. Cliffe & Son
Opened in 1946 and closed in 1951.
Abandoned 1918.
Abandoned 1926
Abandoned 01/07/1927.
Abandoned October 24th 1921.
Standing
Standing 1905 to 1910. Plan No.5601 - 36 Yard Band abandoned
December 31st 1910.
J. Murgatroyd & Sons
Abandoned July 1921.
Abandoned 03/09/1925.
Discontinued June 1931. Abandoned July 1932
Open 1916 and abandoned 13/11/1916
Brickfield Main
Brickworks
Brickyard
Bridge
Bridge End
Bridge Pit
Brier
Brier-Birstall
Sharlston Common
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Wortley, Leeds
Oakenshaw, Bradford
Garsdale, Hawes
Oakenshaw, Bradford
Birstall, Dewsbury
Birstall, Dewsbury
1918
1864
1892
1901
1903
1901
1921
1875
1919
1873
1893
1904
1913
1904
1922
1882
Brierley
Brierley, Sheffield
1910 1947
Briery Wood
Briestfield
Briestfield
Brigg Boyd
Briggs
Brightside
Brightside (a)
Britannia Main
British Oak
Broad Fold
Broad Oak
Brockholes, Holmfirth
Thornhill Edge, Dewsbury
Thornhill Edge, Dewsbury
Halifax
Farnley, Leeds
Sheffield
Sheffield
Adwalton, Leeds
Netherton, Wakefield
Clayton, Bradford
Brighouse
1912
1920
1855
1893
1878
1855
1869
1858
1916
1891
1856
Broad Oak
Brighouse
1862
Broad Oak
Brighouse
1862
Broad Oak
Broad Oak (b)
Brighouse
Hipperholme, Halifax
1866
1881
1917
1925
1883
1899
1903
1871
1886
1885
1925
1898
1866
1866
onwards
1866
onwards
1894
1881
Abandoned 1919
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Abandoned 1904.
Abandoned June 1922.
Sinking 1910 to 1912. Production ended on 01/01/1947 and it
became a training mine.
Abandoned May 1925.
Standing from 1865 to 1880.
Abandoned 09/06/1925.
R. Foulds
A group of mines. Charles Sheffield, later Thomas Sheffield
A group of mines. Bates & Greenwood; Farrar & Sons 1863
A group of mines. William Sutcliffe; Naylor & Goodyear 1863
A group of mines. Henry Westwood
Broadhead
Broadhead & Broadhead
Flatt
Broadhead Flatt
Broadroyd
Brockholes
Brockholes Lane
Brodsworth Main
Stannington, Sheffield
1913 1945
Stannington, Sheffield
1947 1961
Stannington, Sheffield
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Huddersfield
Huddersfield
1925
1875
1855
1855
Brodsworth, Doncaster
1945
1876
1881
1860
1905 1990
Sinking of two of the three shafts began 23/11/1905 to 1907. A
third shaft was sunk in 1922 and the original shafts were
deepened in the 1920s. Closed 07/09/1990.
1907 1910
Abandoned
1896 1956
1873 1887
1863 1871
Sinking from 1873 to 1877.
Bromley Fireclay
Bromley Main
Brook House
Cumberworth,
Huddersfield
Denby Dale
Sheffield
Gomersal
Brookhouse
Beighton, Sheffield
Brookroyd
Brookside
Broom Hall
Broomfield
Broomhall
Broomhill
Broomhill
Brow
Brow Field
Brow Pit (Bussey)
Brookroyd
1908
Stannington, Sheffield
1901
Bradford
1861
Lepton, Huddersfield
1952
Bradford
1855
Leeds
1879
Bradford
1879
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
1930
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1915
Boothtown, Halifax
1904
Bromley Farm
Discontinued temporarily from 1947 to 1961.
1929 1985
1910
1931
1880
1953
1860
1879
1879
1938
1922
-
Sunk 1929 to 1930. Called Birley, Beighton Pit before 1948.
Closed 25/10/1985).
Abandoned 1910. Discontinued February 1931.
Discontinued February 1931.
Brookes Ltd
Closed 1922
Sunk in 1904.
Brown Hill
Brown Moor
Birstal, Batley
Manston, Leeds
1893 1894
1854 1882
Brown Royd
Kilner Bank, Huddersfield 1907 1936
Brownend
Bruntcliffe
Bruntcliffe Hill
Bullcliffe
Southowram, Halifax
Morley, Leeds
Morley, Leeds
Netherton, Wakefield
1878
1888
1877
1873
Bullcliffe Old Lane
Bretton West
1925 1947
Bullcliffe Wood
Bretton West
1948 1985
Bullcroft Main
Carcroft, Doncaster
1908 1970
1880
1904
1880
1876
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Standing 1907 to 1913 and abandoned in 1914. Reopened in 1934
and discontinued December 1936. Fireclay, abandoned
19/07/1907, plan 6424. Also Fireclay, Thin, abandoned
02/07/1940, plan 12745.
See Victoria
Sinking from 1877 to 1880.
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
The original drift was closed and sealed off and two new ones
were driven in 1956. Became Bullcliffe Wood in 1948
Called Bullcliffe Old Lane from 1925 to 1947. Closed
30/08/1985. Merged with the Calder Drift and Caphouse/Denby
Grange in September 1985 - and then called Denby Grange.
Began sinking in November 1909 and reached the Barnsley Seam
in December 1911. Shaft riding switched to Brodsworth from
28/09/1970.
Bullhouse
Penistone
Bullhouse (School Wells
Drift) and Bradshaw
Penistone
Quarry
1855 1916
1948 1962
See School Wells Drift (SE213026) from 1914 to 1947 - it closed
in 1957
Bunkers Hill
Bradford
1953 1961
Three mines at: SE17613341; SE17843351 & SE18063369 - the
last may also be Bradford Moor.
Bunkers Hill (a)
Bunkers Hill (b)
Burcroft Farm Opencast
Burmantofts
Whitley, Dewsbury
Bradford
Crofton, Wakefield
Burmantofts, Leeds
1862
1855
1953
1869
1873
1881
1961
1868
Ironstone, abandoned prior to 08/11/1882, plan 1430.
See Rock
Burtersett
Burton Bank
Burton Royd
Hawes
Barnsley
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
1882 1926
1856 1860
1916 1923
Bushcliffe
Woolley, Barnsley
1923 1928
Bushey
Busk
Busk (a)
Busk Clay
Busk Flatt (a)
Busk Flatt (b)
Drighlington, Leeds
Wortley, Leeds
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Highburton
Sheffield
Sheffield
1868
1884
1901
1936
1874
1885
Butt Croft
Denby Dale
1936 1937
Buttershaw
Butterthwaite
Butterthwaite
Bradford
Ecclesfleld, Sheffield
Ecclesfleld, Sheffield
1921 1922
1873 1884
1855 1862
Cadeby Main
Cadeby
1889 1986
Calder (a)
Mirfield, Dewsbury
1859 1921
Calder (b)
Elland, Halifax
1901 1950
Calder Drift
Calder Grove
Calder Grove Drift
Calder Lower Fireclay
Mine
Calder No.1
Bretton West
Wakefield
Crigglestone, Wakefield
1987 1990
1911 1912
1947 1948
Elland, Halifax
1875 1887
Thornhill, Dewsbury
1896 -
1893
1905
1903
1942
1887
1887
Standing
Standing 1923 to 1925.
Sinking in 1922. Discontinued December 1928 and abandoned in
1930.
Discontinued February 1941. Abandoned December 1942.
Sinking from 1874 to 1887.
Sinking in 1885.
Fireclay, abandoned 04/11/1936, plan 12035. Abandoned May
1937
Abandoned
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
Sunk 25/03/1889 to February 1893. Linked with Denaby Main in
1956 and merged on 23/03/1968. Closed 07/11/ 1986.
Abandoned in 1909.
Abandoned in 1905 and again in 1921 and reopened in 1935 and
abandoned on 07/09/1960.
Part of Denby Grange
Closed temporarily 1948 to 1950
Sunk 1896 to 1898.
Calder No.2
Elland, Halifax
1937 1941
Calder Vale No.1
Calder Vale No.2
Calder Vale No.3
Calder Vale No.4
Calder, Dayhole (a)
Durkar, Wakefield
Durkar, Wakefield
Durkar, Wakefield
Durkar, Wakefield
Elland, Halifax
1921
1923
1923
1925
1905
Calder, Fireclay
Elland, Halifax
1888 1904
Calder, New
Caledonian
California
California Level
Calverley
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Shelley, Huddersfield
Appletreewick, Skipton
Bradford
1899
1889
1861
1919
1855
1924
1927
1927
1927
1912
1904
1913
1885
1921
1878
Caphouse
Overton, Wakefield
1828 1985
Car House
Rotherham
1855 1988
Carbrook
Sheffield
1854 1871
Abandoned September 1941. Calder No.2 Fireclay, Halifax Hard
Bed, abandoned 04/09/1941, plan 13151.
Abandoned
Abandoned 23/02/1927
Abandoned 23/02/1927
Abandoned 23/02/1927
Abandoned
Plan No.4879 - Halifax Hard Bed abandoned December 1st 1905.
Plan No. 5764 - Halifax Hard Bed abandoned October 31st 1911.
Plan No.5765 - Halifax Hard Bed abandoned October 31st 1911.
Plan No.7488 - Halifax Hard Bed abandoned December 31st
1914. Plan No.7489 - Halifax Soft Bed abandoned December 31st
1914.
Abandoned 1908. Standing 1913 to 1914
Abandoned
According to the NCB Statistics Department Caphouse was
probably established in 1828. Two shafts were sunk in 1874, one
for men and materials and the other for pumping and ventilation.
A new drift was driven in 1974 for bringing coal out. Part of
Denby Grange before c1940. Caphouse closed in late October
1985 and from 1986 to 1994 = Yorkshire Mining Museum. 1995
ownwards = National Coal Mining Museum for England
Sunk to Barnsley in 1856, to Swallow Wood in 1876 and
Parkgate in 1891. Abandoned 1915. Used as a Pumping Station
from 1944 to 1988.
Cardigan
Cardigan & Royds
Carlinghow
Gelderd Road, Leeds
Gelderd Road, Leeds
Batley, Dewsbury
1909 1930
1914 1924
1864 1867
Carlton Main
Carlton
1876 1909
Carperby
Carperby, Leyburn
1899 1908
Carr & Craggs
Todmorden
1921 1927
Carr Hall
Carr House Farm
Carr Lane
Carr Wood
Castle
Holywell Green
Sheffield
Briestfield, Dewsbury
New Mill, Huddersfield
Sheffield
1921
1955
1864
1865
1855
1921
1956
1867
1931
1872
Castle Fields
Rastrick, Brighouse
1891 1899
Castle Hill
Castleford
Catherine Slack
Cawley
Cawthorne Basin
Central Silkstone
Chairbarrows
Gomersal
Leeds
Ambler Thorn, Halifax
Heckmondwike
Barnsley
Barnsley
Scholes, Bradford
1927
1854
1904
1874
1884
1907
1903
1927
1857
1877
1887
1917
1928
Abandoned December 1930.
Sinking between 1876 to 1877. Also called Wharncliffe
Woodmoor No.1 Shaft. Sunk to Barnsley in 1874-1877 and to the
Haigh Moor in 1903-04. Abandoned in 1909. Standing 1910 to
1913.
Not working
No coal raised from 1928 to 1938. Some work may have been
done c1940.
Abandoned August 1921.
Standing from 1876 to 1892. Abandoned 1931.
Bentley & Smith. 3 years. Mine plan suggests this opened about
1891. It appears in the lists 1897-1899, and is remarkable for its
large payroll (197 men in 1897; still 92 in 1899). A tracing which
probably represents the plan of this mine is held by West
Yorkshire MCC Mining Department. Poor print held by Health
and Safety Executive, London, may be original of this tracing.
Abandoned 09/09/1927
See Ford Hill and Shibden Head. Sunk in 1904. = Ford Hill?
Sinking from 1874 to 1876.
Standing in 1905. Abandoned December 1928.
Chapeltown
Charles Pit
Charlestown
Charlton Brook
Chatts
Chatts No.2
Chatts No.3
Chatts No.4
Chellow Heights
Chevet
Chickenley Heath
Chickenley Wood
Chidswell
Sheffield
Tong, Bradford
Halifax
Barnsley
Hunsworth, Bradford
Hunsworth, Bradford
Hunsworth, Bradford
Hunsworth, Bradford
Heaton, Bradford
Elland, Halifax
Chickenley
Earlsheaton, Dewsbury
Dewsbury
1855
1884
1873
1854
1914
1925
1931
1944
1905
1872
1855
1876
1876
1878
1925
1884
1857
1925
1932
1947
1947
1909
1877
1908
1882
1924
Church Field
Roberttown, Liversedge
1884 1911
Church Lane
Churwell (a)
Churwell (b)
Churwell (d)
Churwell (e)
Churwell (f)
Churwell (g)
Churwell (h)
Churwell (i)
Cinder Hill (a)
Dodworth, Barnsley
Churwell, Leeds
Churwell, Leeds
Churwell, Leeds
Churwell, Leeds
Churwell, Leeds
Churwell, Leeds
Churwell, Leeds
Churwell, Leeds
Siddal, Halifax
1868
1861
1861
1861
1861
1861
1854
1856
1858
1876
Cinder Hill (b)
Siddal, Halifax
1878 1892
1872
1899
1886
1872
1877
1877
1857
1860
1860
1883
Abandoned 22/07/1925. Includes Tong in 1924 and 1925.
Sinking from 1873 to 1884.
Abandoned May 1925. Black Bed = 2 ft 6 ins thick.
Chatts No.2 was formerly Road Pit. Abandoned December 1932
Abandoned August 1947.
S. Kay
Sinking from 1872 to 1877.
Abandoned
Sinking from 1876 to 1878.
Includes Ridings from 1901 to 1905.
Sinking from 1884 to 1887. Standing from 1899 to 1907?
Abandoned 1911
Later called Old Silkstone Collieries
Sinking from 1876 to 1878.
& Quarry. Plan No.4641 - Halifax Hard & Soft Beds abandoned
May 1888. Includes 'Quarry' from 1913 to 1962. Includes Great
Cinder Hills Pit
Claremont
Claremont
Clay Works
Clayton
Clayton (a)
Clayton (b)
Clayton (c)
Clayton Common
Cleckheaton (a)
Cleckheaton (b)
Cleckheaton (d)
Cleckheaton (e)
Cleckheaton (f)
Cliff
Cliffe Bridge
Cliffe Hill
Cliffe Quarry
Clifford
Cliffrigg
Cliffrigg & Slacks
Clifton
Clifton (a)
Clifton New
Clifton, Green Lane Pit
Siddal, Halifax
1898
Halifax
1878
Idle, Bradford
1894
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
1874
Clayton, Bradford
1897
Clayton, Bradford
1859
Halifax
1864
Clayton, Bradford
1892
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1862
Hunsworth, Bradford
1861
Hunsworth, Bradford
1878
Hunsworth, Bradford
1885
Hunsworth, Bradford
1861
Hunsworth, Bradford
1907
Churwell, Leeds
1878
Crane Moor, Sheffield
1903
Cumberworth,
1902
Huddersfield
Bradford
1901
Bentham, Ingleton
1905
Great Ayton
1887
Great Ayton
1887
Halifax
1854
Brighouse
1861
Brighouse
1949
Brighouse
1947
1961
1880
1900
1883
1897
1869
1869
1908
1887
1893
1887
1887
1880
1909
1882
1949
Miers in 1915 and 1916.
Fireclay, 36 Yard Band, abandoned 12/07/1962, plan 15205.
Not listed after 1897. T. Obank - on Idle Moor
J. Thornton
Probably became Hunsworth Lift
1905
1908
1907
1926
1914
1863
1883
1952
1957
A. Turner & Co
Standing 1907 to 1909.
Not worked in 1927.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. See Ox Pit.
Green Lane Pit sunk in 1865.
Clog Sole Delf
Close
Close Hill
Clough
Clough (c)
Clough Dayhole
Brighouse
Loxley, Sheffield
Huddersfield
Deepcar, Sheffield
Dewsbury
Deepcar, Sheffield
1935
1931
1861
1875
1854
1920
1943
1931
1910
1899
1887
1936
Clough Green
Cawthome
1934 1959
Clough Head
Clough Head No.2
Clough Head, Clay
Clough Head, Coal
Clough Head, Coal No.1
Clough Head, Inchfield
Moor
Clough House
Todmorden
Todmorden
Todmorden
Todmorden
Todmorden
1858
1947
1905
1905
1935
Todmorden
1938 1952
Discontinued June 1947 to 1950.
Denby
1909 1931
Clough, Clay
Deepcar, Sheffield
1901 1950
Clough, Clay (b)
Coalfield Brickyards
Coates Lane
Coates Pit
Cobbler Bottom
Cockerdale
Cockermouth
Cockermouth No.4
Cockhill Farm
Deepcar, Sheffield
Doncaster
Thurgoland, Sheffield
Wyke, Bradford
Silkstone Station, Barnsley
Drighlington, Leeds
Flockton, Wakefield
Flockton Moor, Wakefield
Shelf, Bradford
1873
1949
1899
1878
1892
1873
1881
1914
1872
Abandoned February 1931.
Fireclay, Black Pot or Black Clay, abandoned 31/07/1951, plan
15095.
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
1904
1948
1957
1938
1937
1884
1952
1899
1938
1893
1873
1899
1918
1883
J.R. Oates. On 1st edition OS Sheet. Closed Novemver 1941.
Ganister, abandoned 07/01/1932, plan 10814.
Standing from 1902 to 1909 and abandoned in 1910.
Sinking from 1875 to 1878.
Not listed from 1858 to 1885?
Abandoned December 1936.
Fireclay, Better Bed or Cumberworth Clay Seam, abandoned
24/11/1959, plan 15182.
Continued as Clough Head, Clay and Clough Head, Coal.
Not worked during 1947.
Fireclay, abandoned 18/06/1958, plan 15157.
Abandoned October 1938.
See Thornley Silkstone
Sunk in 1872 and abandoned March 1938.
Sinking
Standing in 1918 and abandoned 1919.
Cocking Lane Pit
Clayton, Bradford
1884 1894
Cockle Shell
Cockshutts
Coldwell Lane
College
Stannington, Sheffield
Bolsterstone, Sheffield
New Mill, Huddersfield
Birstall, Dewsbury
1902
1931
1890
1855
Colls
Delph, Oldham
1923 1941
Colne Bridge
Colton
Combs
Commondale
1887
1854
1856
1896
Commonside
Coney Wood
Conyers
Cooke Lane
Cooper Lane
Copley Springs
Cornpack
Coronation
Bradley, Huddersfield
Leeds
Thornhill, Dewsbury
Commondale
Cumberworth,
Huddersfield
West Ardsley, Leeds
Tong, Bradford
Dewsbury
Heckmondwike
Cawthorne
Wibsey, Bradford
Cotherstone
Northowram, Halifax
Corton Wood
Brampton
1871 1985
Commonside
1907
1933
1892
1873
1888
1860
1971
1904
This became the site of Clayton Fire Clay Works by the 1937
edition.
Abandoned September 1933
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Abandoned 1928 to 1933 inclusive. Abandoned January 1935.
Discontinued January 1941. Abandoned April 1945.
Became Thornhill Colliery under the NCB and closed in 1971.
Reopened 1935/36. See also Providence Works
1865 1869
1912
1915
1878
1873
1952
1875
1920
1902
1912
1918
1908
1879
1952
1920
1931
A day hole. Discontinued from 1918 to 1920.
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
No.6 Pit sunk before 1875.
Abandoned August 1931.
Sinking began October 1873 to 1876. Standing from March 1984
to October 1985. An overtime ban began in early December 1983
and the proposal to close Cortonwood led to a national from
10/03/1984. The strike ended on 05/03/1985 and Cortonwood
closed on 25/10/1985 because it was uneconomic through
geological reasons (Coal News, July 1985) plus (NUM Report to
Cortwood
Cortworth
Cottage of Content
Brampton
x??
Wath, Rotherham
1854 1854
1954 1858 1867
Cotterdale
High Abbotside, Hawes
1875 1922
Cottingley Hall
Cottingley Moor Bottom
Cotton Hole
Cow Close
Cowmes
Coxon Lane
Crabtree Hall
Cragg End
Crane Moor
Crane Moor No.2
Opecast Site
Craps Hall
Churwell, Leeds
Bradford
Bradford
Wyke, Bradford
Fenay Bridge, Huddersfield
Darton, Barnsley
Soil Hill, Halifax
Arkengarthdale
Sheffield
1878
1854
1864
1883
1855
1872
1893
1882
1921
Sheffield
1957 1958
Wilsden, Bradford
1858 1860
Crawshaw Clay
Bradfield, Sheffield
1901 1960
Cricket Field
Crigglestone
Idle, Bradford
Crigglestone, Wakefield
1890 1890
1854 1862
Crigglestone
Crigglestone, Wakefield
1970 1988
Crigglestone
Crigglestone, Wakefield
1891 1968
Crigglestone Main
Crigglestone, Wakefield
1896 1927
1880
1860
1872
1887
1881
1872
1917
1922
1960
Annual Conference 1986).
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Standing after 1877 and abandoned July 5th 1880. Reopened
1888. Closed in 1920. Standing 1923 to 1925.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Not shown on 1908 edition.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Plan No.6988 - Halifax Hard Bed abandoned March 14th 1918.
Abandoned June 30th 1928 until 1952.
Suspended 1959 and 1960
Fireclay, Stannington Pot Clay, abandoned 22/11/1960, plan
15184.
E. Dickinson
Closed in April 1968 and used as a Pumping Station from 1970 to
1988.
See Woollen Well Main in previous years Slack Shaft sunk 1912
to 1914. Closed in April 1968.
Sinking from 1896 to 1899. Discontinued November 29th 1927
Croft Hollow
Croft Top
Cromwell
Rastrick, Brighouse
Halifax
Dewsbury
1899 1900
1874 1874
1854 1860
Crooked Lane (Brow Pit) Queensbury, Bradford
1855 1877
Cross Bank
Cross Flats Pit
Cross Green
Cross No.1
Cross No.2
Cross No.3
Cross, Clay
Crosses
Crosses
Crossing Main
Crossley Hall
Crossley Lane
Crow Nest
Crow Royd Opencast Site
Crow Trees
Crow Trees
Crowd Hill
Crowedge
Crown Point
Crows Nest
Crowtrees
1862
1878
1854
1902
1907
1917
1944
1902
1878
1886
1858
1855
1933
1956
1901
1855
1884
1855
1855
1933
1901
Batley, Dewsbury
Holbeck, Leeds
Leeds
Silkstone, Barnsley
Silkstone, Barnsley
Silkstone, Barnsley
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Hunsworth, Bradford
Hunsworth, Bradford
Thurgoland, Sheffield
Allerton, Bradford
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
Rastrick, Brighouse
Gomersal
Wyke, Bradford
Penistone
Leeds
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Brighouse
1882
1880
1878
1916
1940
1918
1947
1912
1897
1897
1860
1869
1937
1956
1918
1883
1890
1937
1867
1937
1902
and abandoned December 1931.
Firth, Earnshaw & Walker
Sinking
Plan No.898 - Halifax Soft Bed abandoned prior to November
1878.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Abandoned 1908 to 1914
Abandoned
Abandoned. See Hunsworth Crosses
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Closed October 1937
Sunk 1867 to 1968. May be Crow Hill Colliery.
Abandoned September 1938.
Brookes Ltd
S. Marshall & Sons. 20 years Sunk 1901. Continuously worked
Crowtrees
Rastrick, Brighouse
1900 1912
Cud Hill
Cudworth
Cudworth
Cullingworth
Cumberworth
Farnley, Leeds
Cudworth
Cudworth
Bingley, Bradford
Upper Cumberworth
Cumberworth,
Huddersfield
Cumberworth,
Huddersfield
Cumberworth,
Huddersfield
Bradford
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
Heckmondwike
Shibden, Halifax
Dewsbury
Barnsley
1891
1966
1874
1861
1854
Cumberworth (b)
Cumberworth (c)
Cumberworth Brogs
Cutter Height
Dale
Dale Lane
Dam Head
Damfield
Darfield Fireclay
Darfield Main
Darfield, Barnsley
1905
1966
1902
1870
1918
until closure in 1920. Up to 60 men employed. Good detailed
plan; original held by Thornhill Yorkshire Estates.
Marsden, Murgatroyd & Sons. 13 years. Sunk 1900, and
continuously worked until end of listing in 1912. A moderate-size
mine, with a maximum of 79 men early in the period. Indistinct
mine plan for period to 1911; original held by Thornhill
Yorkshire Estates.
4 miles of Barnsley and 2 miles SE of Cudworth - opencast
Sinking from 1874 to 1876. Not working in 1902.
Abandoned 1905 and reopened in 1907.
1901 1903
1854 1860
1919 1929
Discontinued November 1929 and abandoned 08/02/1936.
1856
1894
1859
1879
1877
1876
Given as Cutler Height from 1856 to 1872.
1880
1899
1867
1892
1877
1899
1856 1986
Plan No.4640 - Halifax Hard & Soft Beds abandoned July 1888.
Sinking from 1856 to 1860. No.1 Shaft (1015 ft) and No.2 Shaft
were sunk in 1860 and No.3 (1884 ft) sunk 1916-1919. To be
closed by the end of September 1985 and its reserves worked by
Houghton Main (Coal News, June 1985). Called HoughtonDarfield from November 1986-1989 and finally closed in July
Dark Lane
Darley Main
Dartmouth
Mirfield, Dewsbury
1873 1925
Worsbrough Dale, Barnsley 1854 1886
Morley, Leeds
1861 1886
Darton
Mapplewell
1869 1948
Darton (a)
Mapplewell
1968 1969
Darton Hall
Barnsley
1876 1888
Darton Main
Darton, Barnsley
1913 1935
Day House
Day House Bridge
Daylight
Dean Bottom
Dean Clough
Dean Hall
Dean Lane
Gawber, Barnsley
Gawber, Barnsley
Carlinghow, Batley
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Todmorden
Morley, Leeds
Bradford
1913
1856
1894
1893
1880
1858
1872
Deanwood (Clay)
Todmorden
1886 1942
Dearne Side
Mapplewell
1955 1977
Dearne Valley
Little Houghton
1901 1991
1925
1856
1899
1905
1880
1896
1872
1989.
Dark Lane, Engine Pit sunk 1873 to 1875.
Explosion in 1849 - 75 killed.
According to the NCB Statistics Department a coal winding shaft
was sunk at North Gawber in 1924 and linked to Darton Colliery
Darton merged with North Gawber in 1948 and the Darton
Section closed in August 1948. Sunk 1910, it was a Pumping
Station from 1968 to 1969
Sunk 1910 and closed in August 1948. Pumping Station from
1968 to 1969.
Sunk 1914 - Barnsley Seam reached on 11/08/1914. Discontinued
August 1935 and abandoned 1938.
Abandoned
Given as Dean House from 1861 to 1869.
At Portsmouth. Discontinued July 1942 and abandoned
31/12/1955.
Pumping Station
According to the NCB Statistics Department two drifts were
driven in 1900 and a shaft was sunk in 1901 was still used for
ventilation in 1984. A new drift, for men and materials, was
driven in 1973. By 1991 Barnsley Main, Grimethorpe, Houghton
Main and Dearne Valley were linked as part of the South Side
Complex, with all their coal coming out at Grimethorpe. Closed
05/03/1991.
Deep Green
Deepcar
Hartshead, Leeds
Deepcar, Sheffield
1861 1862
1854 1872
Deepcar & Henholmes
Deepcar, Sheffield
1915 1938
Deepcar (a)
Deepcar (b)
Deepcar Fireclay
Deerpark
Deffer Wood
Deepcar, Sheffield
1864
Deepcar, Sheffield
1864
Deepcar, Sheffield
1912
Stannington, Sheffield
1901
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1913
Denaby Main
Mexborough
1856 1968
Denby Dale
Denby Dale (a)
Denby Dale (c)
Penistone
Penistone
Penistone
1877 1922
1873 1876
1855 1877
Denby Grange
Netherton, Wakefield
Denby Grange, Caphouse Overton, Wakefield
Denby Grange, Prince of
Netherton, Wakefield
Wales
Denham
Bradford
1913
1887
1913
1910
1920
1854 1991
1884 1942
1888 1946
1880 1880
Abandoned. See Henholmes from 1869 to 1913, and Deepcar
from 1869 to 1913.
Abandoned in 1907. Standing 1911 to 1913
Discontinued December 31st 1920.
Sunk between 1864 and 1912, and merged with Cadeby on
23/03/1968.
Sinking from 1877 to 1887. Not listed from 1888 to 1892.
Sinking from 1873 to 1875.
According to the NCB Statistics Department it was established in
1894, but there was a shaft dating from 1870 [widened and
deepened in 1882] A shaft sunk in 1894 was still used for men
and materials in July 1984. Two new drifts were driven in 1926
and 1956. Merged with Caphouse on 24/10/1981. Called Denby
Grange (Prince of Wales) in 1947. Due to close in September
1990 (Coal News, September 1990), but made it to 16/08/1991.
See Caphouse from 1943. On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Became a Mining Museum.
Prince of Wales Pit - sunk about 1894. See Denby Grange from
1947 to 1990.
Denholme
Denholme (a)
Denholme (b)
Denholme (c)
Denholme (d)
Denholme Clough
Denholme, Keighley
Denholme, Keighley
Denholme, Keighley
Denholme, Keighley
Denholme, Keighley
Denholme, Keighley
1854
1861
1870
1879
1915
1854
1869
1878
1876
1893
1926
1860
Denholme Park
Denholme, Keighley
1834 1854
Denholme Park (a)
Denholme, Holling Hall
Dennington
Denshaw
Dent Main
Denton Row
Dewsbury
Dewsbury Bank
Dewsbury Lane
Dewsbury Moor
Dewsbury Moor (a)
Dickey Steel
Dickey Steel
Dinnington Main
Dirtcar
Dixon Pit
Denholme, Keighley
Denholme, Keighley
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Oldham
Mosbrough, Sheffield
Wortley, Leeds
Dewsbury
Dewsbury
Ossett, Wakefield
Dewsbury
Dewsbury
Elland, Halifax
Elland, Halifax
Dinnington
Durkar, Wakefield
Farnley, Leeds
1892
1877
1904
1918
1920
1881
1862
1868
1856
1854
1855
1873
1862
1901
1854
1878
Dodworth
Dodworth, Barnsley
1855 1985
1897
1903
1910
1920
1963
1883
1867
1875
1877
1887
1877
1876
1872
1991
1893
1903
At Hazel Crook
Discontinued May 31st 1926. Some work done in 1937?
Commission on Children's Employment in 1841 - Isaac
Baxandale had been manager for seven years and David
Baxandale & Sons were the owners.
Abandoned in 1903. At Holling Park.
Abandoned.
Abandoned
Sinking between 1873 and 1876.
Sinking between 1901 and 1904 and closed 27/09/1991.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet at SE31781659. See Durkar
Used to be Church Lane Colliery. Closed and the men transferred
to Redbrook 03/06/1985.
Dodworth Road
Dodworth Road
Dodworth Road
Dog Lane
Doghouse
Dogley Bar
Dogloach
Doles Lane (a)
Doles Lane (b)
Doles Wood
Don Pedro
Dore
Dore House
Dove House
Dovecliffe
Dovecliffe Drift
Dragon Pit
Drake Lane
Drake Pit
Drighlington
Dropping Well
Dropping Well
Drub Lane
Dudley Hill
Duke Wood
Duke Wood
Barnsley
1908
Barnsley
1856
Barnsley
1873
Bradford
1856
Liversedge, Dewsbury
1859
Kirkburton, Huddersfield 1902
Dewsbury
1868
Clifton, Brighouse
1884
Clifton, Brighouse
1884
Drighlington, Leeds
1863
Loscoe, Normanton
1878
Dore, Sheffield
1944
Sheffield
1855
Halifax
1855
Worsbrough Dale, Barnsley 1923
Worsbrough Dale, Barnsley 1938
Wortley, Leeds
1888
Adwalton, Leeds
1921
Wyke, Bradford
1899
Drighlington, Leeds
1903
Rotherham
1854
Rotherham
1861
Gomersal, Leeds
1861
Bradford
1919
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1913
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1862
1911
1860
1877
1877
1867
1905
1872
1894
1887
1887
1912
1945
1860
1869
1928
1938
1891
1922
1911
1904
1864
1862
1867
1924
1915
1887
On 1894 edition.
Reopened in 1908.
= Whitwood, Don Pedro from 1901 to 1912.
Mainly a Ganister mine.
Abandoned 1928.
Abandoned in 1938 = Dovercliffe Drift?
Closed September 1922.
Abandoned. 183 ft to Black Bed and 303 ft to Better Bed
Shertcliffe abandoned 22/10/1924.
Standing 1916 to 1922.
Dungworth
Dunkirk
Sheffield
Denby Dale
1854 1881
1916 1918
Durkar
Durkar, Wakefield
1904 1988
Dye House
Eagle
Earths Wood
Earths Wood
East Ardsley
East Ardsley (a)
East Ardsley (d)
Gomersal
Leeds
Scissett
Scissett
East Ardsley, Leeds
East Ardsley, Leeds
East Ardsley, Leeds
1856
1860
1943
1892
1862
1876
1855
East Ardsley, Fan Shaft
East Ardsley, Leeds
1947 1968
East Ardsley, Leeds
1871 1968
East Ardsley, Leeds
Barnsley
Barnsley
Barnsley
Bowling, Bradford
Hunsworth, Bradford
1918
1915
1855
1890
1890
Hunsworth, Bradford
1888 1897
Hunsworth, Bradford
1888 1888
Gayle, Hawes
1887 1902
East Ardsley, Pumping
Pit
East Ardsley, Red Pit
East Barnsley
East Gawber
East Gawber
East Hunsworth
East Hunsworth, Roads
East Hunsworth,
Toftshaw Bottoms
East Hunsworth, Valley
(b)
East Shaw
1872
1860
1952
1893
1878
1968
1877
1968
1921
1921
1899
1899
1897
Reopened in 1894.
See Wrigley Tip in 1915
Woodmoor Seam abandoned in 1907. Closed in 1914 and used as
a Pumping Station from 1965 to 1988. See Dirtcar. Shown as
Crigglestone in 1947.
Abandoned October 1943. Reopened and closed in 1952.
Due to close on 01/03/1968.
No.3 or Fan Pit sunk to Middleton Main in 1877 and Middleton
Eleven Yards in 1927.
Pumping Pit sunk 1871 and a drift was driven from its bottom to
the Beeston from the Middleton Eleven Yards in 1935.
Abandoned January 6th 1922.
Standing from 1916. Abandoned December 31st 1921.
Also called Red Pit.
Standing
Eastfield
Eastwell
Ecclesall (a)
Ecclesall (b)
Thurgoland, Sheffield
Huddersfield
Sheffield
Sheffield
1854
1876
1854
1854
1869
1877
1860
1860
Ecclesall �
Sheffield
1854 1857
Eccleshall
Eccleshill
Eckington
Eddercliffe
Edge Mount
Edmunds Main
Effingham
Egton
Elder Cliff
Elland
Elland
Elland Edge
Elland Fireclay
Elland Hey
Elland Park
Sheffield
1874
Greengates, Bradford
1854
Westhorpe
1994
Liversedge, Dewsbury
1921
Bradfield, Sheffield
1888
Worsbrough Dale, Barnsley 1855
Stannington, Sheffield
1908
Grosmont
1887
Deepcar, Sheffield
1865
Elland, Halifax
1855
Elland, Halifax
1898
Elland, Halifax
1854
Elland, Halifax
1888
Elland, Halifax
1858
Elland Road, Leeds
1877
1887
1899
2004
1921
1904
1889
1913
1921
1872
1887
1899
1854
1888
1862
1881
Elland Parkwood
Elland, Halifax
-
1878
Elland Pipe Works
Elland, Halifax
1904 1911
Elland Road
Holbeck, Leeds
1873 1915
Elland Road (a)
Leeds
1861 1869
Sinking from 1883 to 1887
Probably just into Derbyshire and still working in 2004.
Fireclay, Pot Clay, abandoned September 1894, plan 4897.
Sunk 1853. Explosion killed 59 on 08/12/1862.
Discontinued from 1910 to 1913
Not worked 1918 to 1921
Sinking from 1873 to 1875.
See Elland in previous years.
Sinking 1877 to 1878
Abandoned (No.796) January 1878 - worked by Edward Brookes
& Sons.
Abandoned in 1916. See Peacock Pit. Pumping station at
SE428450431530
Elland Road (b)
Ellen Royd
Ellen Tree
Ellenbank
Ellerby Lane
Ellis Laith
Elsecar
Elsecar
Leeds
Pepper Hill, Halifax
Huddersfield
Loxley, Sheffield
Cross Green, Leeds
Barnsley
Elsecar, Barnsley
Elsecar, Barnsley
1874
1878
1855
1861
1867
1925
1854
1878
1949
1869
1952
1875
1888
1988
1887
Elsecar Main
Elsecar, Barnsley
1905 1983
Emley Moor
Emley, Wakefield
1948 1985
Emley Moor
Emley Moor, No.3 Drift
Emley Moor, Speedwell
Emley Moor, Taylor's
Main
Emley Park
Emley Woodhouse
Emroyd (a)
Emroyd (b)
Emroyd (c)
Emroyd Common
Opencast Site
Engine House
Emley, Wakefield
Emley, Wakefield
Emley, Wakefield
1854 1882
1888 1947
1888 1918
Emley, Wakefield
1888 1896
Emley, Wakefield
Emley, Wakefield
Emroyd, Wakefield
Emroyd, Wakefield
Emroyd, Wakefield
1856
1854
1854
1885
1885
Emroyd, Wakefield
1959 1960
Airedale, Castleford
1935 1937
1879
1857
1887
1886
1887
Sinking from 1874 to 1878
Includes Horley Green from 1915 to 1948
Or Ellin Tree
Closed in March 1952.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Used as a pumping station from 1925 to 1988
Working in 1852.
Sinking began 17/07/1905. No.1 Shaft sunk 1924-5. John
Threlkeld - PITS A Pictorial History of Mining - sunk between
1905-8. Closed in [28/10/1983] 1983 (NUM Report to Annual
Conference 1984). Demolished 1985.
Called Emley No.3 Drift from 1878 to 1947. Closed on
20/12/1985.
See Emley Moor from 1948 to 1986.
Abandoned
Closed in 1893.
Abandoned January 1937
Exley
Exley Gate
Exley Gate No.2
Exley Gate No.3
Exley Pit
Eyreswood
F Pit
Fairy Hill
Falhouse
Falhouse
Falhouse
Falhouse Wood
Falhouse Wood No.2
Fall Bottom
Fall Farm
Fall Top (a)
Fall Top (b)
Falls
Halifax
1876
Denby
1921
Denby
1935
Denby
1935
Exley, Halifax
1876
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1891
Tong, Bradford
1882
Pontefract
1931
Whitley, Dewsbury
1950
Whitley, Dewsbury
1862
Huddersfield
1884
Whitley, Dewsbury
1944
Whitley, Dewsbury
1941
Queensbury, Bradford
1888
Hartshead, Bradford
1890
Clayton, Bradford
1897
Clayton, Bradford
1902
Clayton, Bradford
1897
1879
1935
1938
1936
1879
1892
1887
1932
1950
1888
1885
1961
1913
1898
1904
1905
1900
Fanny
Rothwell, Leeds
1910 1917
Far Park
Far Park Side
Far Tong
Farm House
Farm House Lane
Farm House Lane No.2
Heaton, Bradford
Heaton, Bradford
Hunsworth, Bradford
Pogmoor, Barnsley
Pogmoor, Barnsley
Pogmoor, Barnsley
1897
1898
1889
1929
1917
1925
1907
1898
1897
1935
1925
1928
Sinking from 1876 to 1879.
Abandoned May 1935
Abandoned December 1936
Sinking from 1876 to 1879.
Abandoned
& Quarry Wood Drift
Sinking in 1941.
G. Crossley
Abandoned in 1905. R. Foulds
H. Briggs
Sinking around 1867. See also Rothwell Haigh, Fanny from 1918
to 1923 and 1947 to 1949. Also Rothwell Haigh, Fanny & Rose
from 1927 to 1945.
J. Kaye; Exors. of J. Kaye 1899 onwards
E. Tetley
Abandoned June 1935
Discontinued 1925 and incorporated with Farm House Lane No.2
Abandoned January 16th 1928.
Farmer Lane
Farmer Lane
Farnley
Farnley
Farnley (incorporating
Ashfield & Whites)
Farnley Wood
Farsley
Fartown
Featherstone Main
Featherstone Manor
Fell Lane
Hazlehead, Holmfirth
Huddersfield
Farnley, Leeds
Farnley, Leeds
1893
1855
1930
1854
1894
1863
1962
1887
Farnley, Leeds
1930 1950
Mainly fireclay
Gildersome, Leeds
Leeds
Huddersfield
Featherstone, Pontefract
Featherstone, Pontefract
Hoylandswaine, Barnsley
1855
1856
1855
1868
1873
1934
Probably the same site as Simpson Pit.
Fell Lane No.2
Hoylandswaine, Barnsley
1944 1959
Fellgreave
Fence
Fence
Huddersfield
Treeton
Treeton
1874 1902
1908 1947
1854 1903
1887
1869
1869
1935
1890
1945
Ferrymoor
Grimethorpe
1915 1973
Ferrymoor Riddings
South Kirkby, Pontefract
1974 1986
Incorporating Ashfield & Whites from 1931 to 1950.
Haigh Moor Shaft sunk 1874. Abandoned November 1935
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
Fireclay, Better Bed or Whinmoor Clay Seam, abandoned
30/06/1960, plan 15185.
Sinking from 1874 to 1878
Used as a Pumping Station from c1908 to 1947
Sunk 1915 to 1916 from Grimethorpe Colliery yard. Merged with
Riddings Drift on 01/04/1973 and became Ferrymoor Riddings
until 1986
According to the NCB Statistics Department the shaft was sunk in
1916 was closed by 1984. Production from Riddings Drift (driven
in 1969) began in June 1969 from this surface drift driven from
South Kirkby Colliery and ventilated by the latter's upcast shaft.
Ferrymoor and Riddings merged on 01/04/1973. A new drift,
driven in 1983, was used for coal, men and materials. See
Riddings Drift from 1969 to 1973 and Kirkby Riddings from
1987 to 1988.
Field
Halifax
1888 1911
Standing 1904 to 1911. Plan No.5600 - Halifax Hard Bed
abandoned December 31st 1910.
Field Lane
Fieldhouse
Fieldhouse (a)
Fieldhouse Fire Clay
Works
Finkie
Firbeck Main
Firths Field
Fitzwilliam Main
Five Acre
Flanshaw
Flash House
Wakefield
Deighton, Huddersfield
Bradford
1855 1875
1854 1912
1861 1864
Standing 1910 to 1911
Deighton, Huddersfield
1854 1912
Brighouse
Langold
Dudley Hill, Bradford
Fitzwilliam, Pontefract
Rastrick, Brighouse
Wakefield
Penistone
1903
1925
1891
1876
1926
1873
1870
Flathers Pit
Norwood Green, Bradford 1882 1894
Flatts Pit
Fletcher Park
Flockton
Flockton (a)
Flockton (b)
Flockton (c)
Flockton (d)
Flockton (e)
Flockton (f)
Flockton Lane
Flockton Lane End
Clifton, Brighouse
Emley, Wakefield
Overton, Wakefield
Upper Whiteley, Wakefield
Overton, Wakefield
Wakefield
Stock Hills, Barnsley
Wakefield
Sheffield
Flockton Moor, Wakefield
Flockton, Wakefield
1881
1927
1863
1854
1855
1861
1883
1855
1880
1916
1955
1905
1968
1894
1887
1927
1873
1898
1894
1927
1884
1884
1884
1884
1887
1860
1881
1917
1988
Standing 1910 to 1911. See New Peace & Fieldhouse 1913 to
1924.
Walker & Co; Shaw, Hirst & Hardy 1904 onwards
No.1 Shaft sunk 1925 and the mine closed in November 1968.
Became Hemsworth
P. Normington
Sinking
See Norwood Green. Sunk 1882-83. Later became part of
Norwood Green. 227 feet to Black Bed and 346 ft to Better Bed.
Abandoned 18/02/1927.
Pumping Station
Flockton Main
Flockton Main
Flockton Moor
Flockton Moor (a)
Flockton Six Lanes End
Flockton, Victoria
Flush Mills
Flushdyke
1894
1881
1901
1854
1958
1855
1856
1855
Folly Hall
Barnsley
Barnsley
Flockton, Wakefield
Flockton, Wakefield
Flockton, Wakefield
Overton, Wakefield
Heckmondwike
Wakefield
Middlesmoor, Pateley
Bridge
Middlesmoor, Pateley
Bridge
Middlesmoor, Pateley
Bridge
Halifax
Footrill Drift
Elsecar, Barnsley
1914 1914
Ford Hill
Foster Place
Foster Place
Queensbury, Bradford
Hepworth, Holmfirth
Hepworth, Holmfirth
1897 1941
1882 1892
1866 1869
Foul Clough
Todmorden
1858 1889
Fountain
Leeds
1873 1876
Four Lane End
Shibden, Halifax
1870 1876
Four Lane End
Foxholes
Shibden Dale, Halifax
Methley, Leeds
1870 1876
1854 1899
Foggyshaw
Fogshaw
Fogshaw
1897
1882
1911
1860
1973
1860
1858
1861
Abandoned
1911 1916
Or Fogshaw
1893 1899
Abandoned in 1900
1876 1889
1873 1876
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
At Milton. Data from R.G. Neville - The Yorkshire Miners in
Camera.
Abandoned 1941
NGR is from 1895 edition. The 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet
shows three sites about 200 metres apart - largest at SD90682080.
Plan No.624 - Halifax Hard Bed abandoned prior to March 7th
1877.
Closed 1901.
Foxhouse
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Fremington,
Arkengarthdale
1855 1876
Frickley
South Elmsall, Doncaster
1902 1993
Fryston
Fryston (a)
Fulstone
Furnace Main
Garden Road
Garforth
Garforth, Isabella Pit
Fryston, Castleford
Castleford
New Mill, Huddersfield
Barnsley
Brighouse
Garforth, Leeds
Garforth, Leeds
1873
1910
1865
1862
1902
1854
1896
Garforth, Sisters Pit
Garforth, Leeds
1896 1922
Garforth, Trench Pit
Garforth, Leeds
1901 1931
Gascoigne Wood Drift
Gatehead
South Milford, Selby
Hazlehead, Holmfirth
1977 2004
1864 1921
Fremington Edge
Abandoned in 1876 and reopened in 1912.
1905 1950
1985
1932
1874
1869
1907
1925
1925
Gaubert Hall
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
1888 1922
Gawber
Gawber
Gawber Hall
Gawber Hall
Gawber, Beevers
Gawber, Barnsley
Gawber, Barnsley
Gawber, Barnsley
Gawber, Barnsley
Gawber, Barnsley
1917
1886
1923
1854
1927
1922
1899
1932
1893
1927
Sunk between 1903 and 1905. Merged with South Elmsall in
August 1967 and closed 26/11/1993.
Sunk 1873 to 1878. Closed on 06/12/1985.
Called Wheldale in 1911? Closed in March 1932
J. Cliffe & Sons (See Lane Head)
See Isabella and Sisters Pits.
Sunk between 1831 and 1833 and closed in 1925.
Sisters Pit sunk 1843 - Beeston Bed. Opened in 1843 and worked
out in 1922. Abandoned 19/05/1925.
Trench Pit sunk 1901 to the Middleton Main Coal. Discontinued
July 1930. Abandoned June 1931.
Closed on 26/10/2004 when Riccall stopped coaling.
J. Brooke & Sons; Brookes Ltd 1907 onwards. 30 years Drifting
began 1888? Standing in 1897. Not listed 1898-1904, 1914-1920;
Not worked from 1923 to 1925. Only worked in 10 years during
the listed period. Listing ceases 1926. Not over 31 men employed.
Plan (incomplete?) held by S. Marshall and Sons, Southowram.
Reopened in 1917? Closed 07/02/1922. Abandoned 05/01/1925.
Reopened in 1923? Abandoned July 1932
Standing from 1878 to 1883.
Abandoned 14/04/1927.
Gawthorpe
Gawthorpe (a)
Gawthorpe Green
Gawthorpe Wood
Gayle
Geldard Road (a)
Ossett, Wakefield
Ossett, Wakefield
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
Hawes
Gildersome, Leeds
1855
1855
1921
1941
1887
1861
1889
1872
1929
1944
1912
1887
Geldard Road (b)
Gildersome, Leeds
1876 1910
Geldard Road �
Gildersome, Leeds
1892 1897
Gelderd Hill
Gelderd Main
George Street
Germain Main
Gibralter
Gildersome
Gildersome (a)
Gildersome (b)
Gildersome (c)
Gildersome (d)
Gildersome (e)
Gildersome (f)
Gildersome (g)
Gildersome (h)
Gildersome Street
Gill Field
Gilstead
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Dewsbury
Huddersfield
Bradfield, Sheffield
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
Romaldkirk
Gildersome, Leeds
1875
1872
1855
1875
1944
1901
1854
1907
1854
1854
1854
1861
1888
1893
1854
1923
1927
1877
1872
1860
1881
1952
1925
1857
1909
1854
1854
1877
1868
1899
1893
1876
1924
1927
Discontinued September 1929.
Abandoned January 1944.
Not working from 1908 to 1912
Not listed from 1892 to 1904. Re-sinking in 1910 and may have
become part of Hunsworth Lift thereafter.
Not worked from 1947 to 1952.
See Netherton. Abandoned 14/02/1926.
Closed from 1924 to 1926
Abandoned September 1927.
Gilthwaites
Gipton
Glasshoughton
Glasshoughton (a)
Glasshouse
Gleadless
Gleadless Common
Denby Dale
Foundry Lane, Leeds
Castleford
Castleford
Middleton, Leeds
Sheffield
Intake, Sheffield
1918
1916
1863
1874
1855
1876
1872
1919
1918
1986
1877
1860
1880
1873
Gleadless Common
Intake, Sheffield
1921 1930
Sinking to Silkstone in 1921 & 1922. Abandoned December 6th
1930
Glen
Glenfield
Glenfield No.2
Goathland (a)
Goathland (b)
Barnsley
Odsal, Bradford
Odsal, Bradford
Goathland Moor
Grosmont
1924
1921
1925
1893
1887
Abandoned February 1931.
Goldthorpe
Goldthorpe, Doncaster
1909 1994
Goldthorpe
Gomersal (a)
Gomersal (f)
Goldthorpe
Gomersal, Leeds
Gomersal
1909 1994
1855 1860
1883 1887
Gomersal Main
Gomersal
1913 1973
Gomersal Main
Gomersal Main (a)
Gomersal Main (b)
Gomersal Main (c)
Gomersal, Leeds
Gomersal, Leeds
Gomersal, Leeds
Gomersal, Leeds
1854
1878
1881
1876
1927
1924
1931
1934
1950
1867
1887
1887
1880
Sunk betwern 1865 and 1869. Closed on 28/03/1986.
Sinking from 1874 to 1877.
Sinking from 1878 to 1880.
Not worked from 1931 to 1935.
In 1958 the coal winding shaft was replced by a drift. Merged
with Highgate in 1967 and with Hickleton between 1987 and
1989. Goldthorpe closed 18/02/1994.
Production ended in February 1994.
Sinking in 1883.
Sinking 1913 to 1916. Abandoned 1924 to 1928. Closed at the
end of June 1973 owing to danger from neighbouring old
workings as a result of the Lofthouse inrush.
Given as Gomersal from 1854 to 1860
Goodhope
Grace Cottage Drift
Normanton
Romaldkirk
1871 1886
1920 1924
Grange
Kimberworth
1855 1962
Grange (a)
Grange (b)
Grange Ash
Grange Lane
Grange Moor
Grange Moor (a)
Grange Moor (b)
Grange Moor (c)
Grangehouse
Kimberworth, Rotherham
Wakefield
Grange Moor, Wakefield
Rotherham
Grange Moor, Wakefield
Grange Moor, Wakefield
Grange Moor, Wakefield
Grange Moor, Wakefield
Huddersfield
1863
1855
1871
1856
1861
1856
1854
1854
1861
1872
1872
1966
1911
1872
1887
1887
1857
1869
Granny Hall
Brighouse
1901 1911
Granny Lane
Granny Lane
Greasbro' Old Park Gate
Greasbrough
Greasy Fold
Great Cliffe
Great Ing
Farnley, Leeds
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Rotherham
Rotherham
Bradford
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Barnsley
1893
1923
1855
1873
1863
1947
1858
Great Miers
Halifax
1899 1935
Great Miers & Siddal
Greatfield
Halifax
Ossett, Wakefield
1908 1914
1913 1954
1903
1924
1872
1908
1864
1948
1858
Seam is two feet thick.
Closed in 1921 and redeveloped by mid 1927. Closed in July
1962. Included Bradgate.
= Denby Grange?
Closed through exhaustion in August 1966.
Standing from 1859 to 1869 and 1877 to 1892?
Lister, Chadwick & Co; Ramsden & Cliffe 1902 onwards. 12
years. Listing begins 1901; continuously worked until abandoned
in 1912. Employed up to 21 men. No plans available.
At Beeston Royds
Abandoned
Continues from Greasbrough?
Continues as Greasbro' Old Park Gate?
Temporarily abandoned by 1947 and closed June 1947.
Discontinued September 1935. Fireclay, Halifax Hard Bed,
abandoned 15/10/1938, plan 12352.
Sinking 1913 to 1916. Closed in September 1954.
Green House & High
Wood
Green House & High
Wood
Shelley, Huddersfield
1917 1928
Shelley, Huddersfield
1919 1928
Green Lane (a)
Wyke Banks, Bradford
1873 1904
Green Lane (d)
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
1880 1881
Green Lane �
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
1874 1880
Green Man
Green Row
Green Side
Hunslet, Leeds
Bradford
Pudsey, Leeds
1862 1887
1855 1860
1903 1903
Green Top
Pudsey, Leeds
1873 1918
Greenfield
Greenfield Farm
Opencast
Greengates
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
1865 1887
Calder Grove
1948 1953
Greengates, Bradford
1907 1920
Greenhouse
Shelley, Huddersfield
1873 1916
Greenhouse
Greenland
Greenland
Huddersfield
Wombwell, Barnsley
Wombwell, Barnsley
1855 1860
1963 1988
1963 1988
Greens End
Meltham, Huddersfield
1904 1914
Greenside
Pudsey, Leeds
1889 1922
Gregory Spring
Upper Hopton
1921 1962
Discontinued February 1928 and abandoned June 1930. See under
Greenhouse from 1873 to 1916.
Discontinued February 1928. Abandoned June 1930. Abandoned
July 1941.
Not listed from 1891 to 1902 and reopened in 1903 and 1904.
Green Lane Pit sunk in 1865?
Sinking from 1874 to 1876.
Sinking from 1873 to 1878. Not listed from 1879 to 1893.
Continues as Pudsey Green Top from 1923.
Greenfield Farm Extension Opencast - 1953
Sinking from 1873 to 1879. Standing from 1893 to 1906. See
under Green House & Hgh Wood from 1917 to 1930.
Discontinued February 1928 and abandoned June 1930.
Pumping Station
Pumping Station
Standing 1908 to 1914. May have been called Meltham before
1904.
Standing 1907 to 1913. Not worked since February 1922.
An earlier trial mine ran from 1914 to September 1921. Merged
with Shuttle Eye in August 1962.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Linked to a wharf on the
Calder by a tramway - a short branch of which led to the later
"Gregory Springs" Colliery.
Abandoned
Gregory Spring
Upper Hopton
1854 1886
Greta
Greta Main
Greville
Greville (b)
Greystone
Greystone
Greystone
Greystones
Greystones (a)
Greystones (b)
Greystones (d)
Greystones (e)
Gribdale
Gribdale & Slacks
Burton-in-Lonsdale
Burton-in-Lonsdale
Rawden, Leeds
Rawden, Leeds
Adwalton, Leeds
Eccleshall, Sheffield
Adwalton, Leeds
Ecclesall, Sheffield
Ecclesall, Sheffield
Ecclesall, Sheffield
Ecclesall, Sheffield
Ecclesall, Sheffield
Great Ayton
Great Ayton
1896
1872
1862
1874
1914
1877
1877
1877
1905
1911
1911
1911
1892
1910
Griff�s
Stannington, Sheffield
1891 1944
Abandoned December 1944.
Griff�s Top Yard
Stannington, Sheffield
1907 1915
Closed in 1915. Standing 1915 to 1926
Grimescar
Grimesthorpe
Reap Hirst, Huddersfield
Sheffield
1854 1880
1871 1898
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
1896
1880
1880
1879
1920
1877
1877
1877
1905
1911
1913
1928
1926
1914
Grimethorpe
Grimethorpe
1894 1992
Grinton
Grinton
1902 1921
Sinking from 1874 to 1876.
Abandoned in 1920
Sinking
Sinking.
Discontinued December 22nd 1928. Abandoned May 1930.
Abandoned in 1926.
Sinking 1894 to 1897. Wound Houghton Main's coal from 1963.
By 1991 Barnsley Main, Grimethorpe, Houghton Main and
Dearne Valley were linked as part of the Southside Complex, with
all their coal coming out at Grimethorpe. Closed 30/10/1992.
Opening
Grove
Grove (a)
Guide Moor
Guide Moor
Guide Moor
Guide Moor
Guide Moor
Guide Moor
Guide Moor
Guide Moor
Guide Moor (a)
Guyder Bottom
1878
1913
1858
1859
1860
1866
1866
1897
1901
1916
1867
1927
Hagg Stones
Hagg Wood
Haigh
Haigh (a)
Haigh Moor
Haigh Moor (a)
Haighenfield
Hall
Hall
Farnley, Leeds
Huddersfield
Allerton, Bradford
Allerton, Bradford
Allerton, Bradford
Allerton, Bradford
Allerton, Bradford
Allerton, Bradford
Allerton, Bradford
Allerton, Bradford
Allerton, Bradford
Cawthorne
Silkstone Common,
Barnsley
Worrall, Sheffield
Dewsbury
Haigh, Barnsley
Haigh, Barnsley
High Hazels, Sheffield
Normanton
Loxley, Sheffield
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Beeston, Leeds
Hall Broom
Bradfield, Sheffield
1928 1928
Hall Broom No.2
Hall Park
Bradfield, Sheffield
Stannington, Sheffield
1929 1964
1874 1881
Hadley House
1919
1915
1862
1862
1878
1869+
1905
1906
1920
1883
1935
Sinking in 1878. Abandoned
Abandoned
Roper, Roper & Roper
Midgley & Midgley
J. Farrar & Sons
Southwart, Smith, Southwart & Jowett
Simpson & Haigh; J. Roper 1869 onwards
R. Roper
T. Haigh; F. & A. Ball 1902 onwards
S. Kay; A. Kay 1919 onwards
D. Moulson
Abandoned June 1935. A trial was made in 1917.
1921 1922
1910
1868
1862
1888
1942
1861
1903
1894
1879
1938
1877
1968
1897
1945
1887
1905
1897
1894
New opening. Closed from 1918 to 1937.
Closed on 09/08/1968.
Abandoned October 1945.
Standing 1904 to 1905
Pot Clay, Black or Stannington Pot Clay, abandoned 01/10/1928,
plan 9643.
Fireclay, abandoned 30/09/1964, plan 15220.
Sinking from 1874 to 1878.
Halton
Hand Lane
Handbank
Silkstone Common,
Barnsley
Halton, Leeds
Crane Moor, Sheffield
Penistone
Handsworth
Handsworth, Sheffield
1971 1988
Handsworth
Handsworth, Sheffield
1903 1967
Handsworth
Handsworth Woodhouse
Happy Valley Opencast
Site
Harboro Hills
Hare Park
Hare Park (b)
Handsworth, Sheffield
Handsworth, Sheffield
1854 1871
1854 1854
Lepton, Huddersfield
1956 1959
Barnsley
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Liversedge, Dewsbury
1905 1907
1904 1910
1907 1908
Harehills
Harehills, Leeds
1866 1920
Harley Head
Brighouse
1885 1928
Harp Bottom (a)
Harp Bottom (b)
Harrop Edge
Queensbury, Bradford
Queensbury, Halifax
Bradford
1854 1860
1854 1879
1871 1872
Hall Royd
1861 1928
Not liseted from 1909 to 1926. Abandoned 1928.
1925 1938
1903 1907
1898 1931
Not worked in 1922. Abandoned February 1938.
Abandoned
Handsworth Pit sunk in 1903. Closed at the end of October 1967.
Used as a Pumping Station between 1971 and 1988. Part of
Nunnery Colliery. Called High Hazels No.2 in 1947.
Handsworth Pit sunk in 1903. Closed at the end of October 1967.
Used as a Pumping Station between 1971 and 1988. Part of
Nunnery Colliery. Called High Hazels No.2 in 1947.
Not listed between 1855 and 1864.
Not listed from 1878 to 1896. Flooded in 1920 and abandoned
August 16th 1921.
J. Brooke & Sons; Brookes Ltd 1923 onwards. 29 years. Listing
begins 1900. Not listed 1905-1922 (in abeyance?). Abandoned
August 1928. Not more than 33 men employed. Plans not
available. Shaft site and stone faces shown on Yew Tree plans
(see below).
Hart Hill
Harthill
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
1917 1920
1901 1903
Hartley Bank
Netherton, Wakefield
1872 1968
Hartley Bank No.2
Hartshead
Hartshead (a)
Hartshead (b)
Hartshead Moor Bottom
(a)
Hartshead Moor Bottom
(b)
Hartshead Moor Bottom
(c)
Hartshead No.2
Hartshead Pit (Clifton)
Netherton, Wakefield
Normanton
Hartshead, Bradford
Normanton
1881
1854
1861
1882
Dewsbury
1854 1857
Dewsbury
1854 1867
Dewsbury
1854 1854
Hartshead, Bradford
Liversedge, Dewsbury
1925 1928
1947 1949
Hatfield Main
Stainforth, Doncaster
1912 2004
Havercroft Main
Haw Park Shaft
Wakefield
Cold Hiendley
1876 1891
1983 1988
Hay Royds
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1948 -
Haycliffe Hilt
Haywood
Hazelhirst
Wibsey, Bradford
Deepcar, Sheffield
Northowram, Halifax
1868 1872
1864 1872
1897 1900
Hazlehead
Hazlehead, Holmfirth
1884 1948
1854
1935
1887
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Opened in 1873 and closed in
February 1968.
Sunk 1881.
Not listed from 1878 to 1885. Discontinued November 1935
Abandoned November 1928.
Hartshead Pit sunk 1882 to 1884.
Sinking from 1912 to 1916. Closed on 03/12/1993 but reopened
and worked as a private mine in early 1994. Closed 30/01/2004.
(NB Linked underground to Thorne which was in mothballs).
Sinking from 1876 to 1877.
Pumping Station - Part of Sharlston West otherwise Crofton
An earlier site at SE24780950 - see also Bagden Wood. Still
working in August 2004.
= Haycliffe Hill?
S. Parkinson
Sinking from 1884 to 1887. Not listed from 1888 to 1893. Closed
February 1948.
Headland
Headley
Headley (a)
Dewsbury
Bradford
Bradford
1855 1860
1854 1860
1854 1854
Healy Lane
Ossett, Wakefield
1876 1889
Heaton
Heaton
Heaton (a)
Heaton Croft
Heaton Hall
Heaton Hall Quarry
Heaton Park
Shipley, Bradford
Heaton, Bradford
Shipley, Bradford
Wortley, Leeds
Huddersfield
Bradley, Huddersfield
Bradford
Cumberworth,
Huddersfield
Dewsbury
Dewsbury
Dewsbury
Briestfield, Dewsbury
Ossett, Wakefield
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
Elsecar, Barnsley
1854
1900
1863
1887
1884
1949
1897
Heator Bottom
Heckmondwike (a)
Heckmondwike (c)
Heckmondwike (e)
Heeley
Heeley Lane
Helm
Hemingfield
1887
1900
1883
1887
1893
1955
1899
1919 1920
1854
1854
1854
1865
1890
1854
1925
1871
1858
1854
1878
1899
1922
1988
Hemingfield
Hemingfield
1930 1958
Hemingfield
Elsecar, Barnsley
1882 1920
Hemsworth
Fitzwilliam, Pontefract
1888 1967
= Healey Lane? Sinking from 1876 to 1877. See Heeley Lane
from 1890.
E. Tetley
May be part of Blue Hill Lane.
Sinking from 1884 to 1887
R. Roper
Abandoned
= Healey Lane
Abandoned 30/06/1922.
Discontinued 1940. John Threlkeld - PITS A Pictorial History of
Mining - Sunk 1930, a drift opened in 1944 and closed 1958.
Sometimes called "Gedney's" after its owner.
Abandoned in May 1920
NB Called Fitzwilliam Main from 1876 to 1887. Hemsworth
merged with South Kirkby in July 1967.
Henholmes
Deepcar, Sheffield
1864 1913
Hepshaw
Hepworth
Herley Lane
Hermit Hill
Heywood
Heywood Bottom
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Dewsbury
Pilley
Deepcar, Sheffield
Denby Dale
1864
1856
1854
1916
1873
1918
Hickleton Main
Thurnscoe, Doncaster
1892 1985
High Bank
High Cotes Farm
High Elsecar
High Field
High Green
High Hamble
High Hazels
High Hazels No.2
High Matlock
Shipley, Bradford
Wilsden, Bradford
Elsecar, Barnsley
Southowram, Halifax
Sheffield
Darnall, Sheffield
Sheffield
Darnall, Sheffield
Stannington, Sheffield
1865
1926
1878
1855
1854
1894
1940
1910
High Moor
Killamarsh
1987 1989
High Moor Lane
High Moor Lane Pit
High Park
Clifton, Brighouse
Hartshead, Bradford
Bradley, Huddersfield
1878 1924
1875 1924
1875 1892
1893
1894
1854
1924
1874
1919
1868
1926
1889
1860
1861
1908
1925
1947
1912
Standing 1903 to 1909. See Deepcar & Henholmes from 1918 to
1939.
Ventilation Shaft to Whinmoor in 1923 and 1924.
Abandoned 1919.
No.3 Shaft sunk to Barnsley between December 1892 and
28/06/1894 and below the Silkstone from 1921 to 1923. Put on a
develpoment only basis in March 1985. Merged with Goldthorpe
on 01/01/1986 and went onto care and maintenance in late 1987.
Closed 03/03/1988.
Sinking
Abandoned
Abandoned 1907 to 1909. Discontinued 12/09/1925.
No.3 Pit sunk 1901. Renamed as Handsworth 1948 to 1966.
High Matlock - Ganister, abandoned 30/11/1912, plan 6038.
In April 1987 High Moor Drift became part of the South
Yorkshire area.
Closed in 1925?
Sunk c1865?
High Royd
High Royd & Elsecar
High Stile
Upper Hoyland
Upper Hoyland
Barnsley
1855 1864
1865 1876
1870 1878
High Thorn
Allerton, Bradford
1864 1867
High Wincobank
High Wincobank
High Wood
High Wood
Wincobank, Sheffield
Wincobank, Sheffield
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
1911
1901
1873
1916
Higham
Higham
1900 1988
Higham
Higham
1854 1899
Highfield
Southowram, Halifax
1861 1877
Highfield
Drighlington, Leeds
1921 1944
Highgate
Highgate, Doncaster
1916 1968
Highwood
Hill Crest
Hill End
Hill Pit
Hill Pit
Hill Top
Hill Top
Hill Top (b)
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Brighouse
Armley, Leeds
Hunsworth, Bradford
Oakenshaw, Bradford
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Queensbury, Bradford
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
1927
1911
1891
1872
1884
1881
1889
1876
1912
1902
1877
1916
1927
1929
1893
1887
1891
1885
1891
1885
See Huth Royd.
Midgley & Midgley; Southwart & others 1865. Shackleton and
others, 1867 onwards
Abandoned
Not working in 1902.
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
See Green House & High Wood from 1917
Used as a Pumping Station from 1900 to 1945 and 1986 to 1988.
New Furnace Shaft = Higham Shaft
15/02/1860 - explosion killed 13. Not listed from 1870 to 1887
and standing 1897 to 1900.
Plan No.740 - Halifax Hard & Soft Beds abandoned March 25th
1878.
Abandoned in 1922 and again in October 1944.
Shafts sunk in 1916 and replaced by drifts in 1948 which were
used for output until 1966 when it was linked underground with
Goldthorpe and output surfaced at Goldthorpe. Merged with
Goldthorpe in March 1968.
Abandoned 11/02/1927.
I.R. Oates
Not listed from 1873 to 1883.
201 ft to Black Bed and 301 ft to Better Bed.
S. Crowther & Sons
Ellis Robinson
Bentley & Butterfield; W. H. Bentley 1881. This mine leased to
Hill Top (e)
Hill Top (h)
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Stannington, Sheffield
1878
1907
Hill Top (j)
Stannington, Sheffield
1927
Hill Top (k)
Hill Top (l)
Kimberworth
Muker
1934
1934
Hillcrest
Brighouse
1911
1040
Hilltop
Hodroyd
Hodroyd New
Holbeck
Holbrook
Hole Bottom
Hollin Dyke
Hollin Heys
Hollin House
Hollin Wood
Hollinghall Lane
Hollinghouse (a)
Hollinghouse (b)
Hollinghouse (c)
Hollinghouse Lane
West Ardsley, Leeds
1907
Havercroft, Barnsley
1870
Grimethorpe
1915
Leeds
1861
Killamarsh
1916
Queensbury, Bradford
1878
Southowram, Halifax
1902
Huddersfield
1855
New Mill, Huddersfield
1866
Thurlstone, Penistone
1894
Crigglestone, Wakefield
1921
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1861
Huddersfield
1863
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1879
Huddersfield
1855
onwards Gomersall, Bentley and Butterfield in 1876. Partnership dissolved
October 1878. However, mine plan suggests workings in 1875.
1891
Ledgard Naylor
1917
Discontinued 1927. Fireclay, Middle Bed, abandoned 24/11/1929,
1929
plan 10044.
1936
Abandoned February 1936
1936
Abandoned December 1936.
I.R. Oates. 20 years Listing begins 1911; worked continuously
1930
from 1912 until abandonment in 1930. A small mine with not
more than 8 men. Plans not available.
1912
1922
1918
1877
1943
1911
1903
1863
1887
1899
1922
1883
1869
1887
1860
Abandoned May 1922.
Sinking from 1915 to 1916
Part of Norwood Colliery?
Abandoned
Sykes & Co
Reopened in 1924. Abandoned 31/10/1924.
Abandoned April 1922.
Bottom
Hollingthorpe
Hollingthorpe Main
Hollingwood
Hollingwood
Hollins
Hollins End
Hollins Grove
Hollins Hall Quarry
Holly
Holly Bush
Holly Park
Holme Bank
Holme Tong
Holmes
Holmes
Holmes Farm
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Highburton
Penistone
Stannington, Sheffield
Tinsley, Sheffield
Halifax
Elland, Halifax
Denby Dale
Bolsterstone, Sheffield
Calverley, Leeds
Bradford
Bradford
Rotherham
Rotherham
Bowling, Bradford
1864
1858
1921
1937
1918
1872
1897
1949
1931
1873
1878
1858
1876
1928
1858
1910
Holmfield
Holmfield, Halifax
1911 1947
Honey Well
Honley
Honley Wood
Hoober
Hoober Opencast
Hood Green
Hookwell
Barnsley
Huddersfield
Huddersfield
Wentworth
Wentworth
Barnsley
Leeds
1854
1861
1854
1953
1955
1856
1860
1885
1867
1927
1941
1920
1874
1899
1951
1959
1912
1890
1883
1883
1932
1867
1920
1864
1862
1860
1966
1955
1860
1860
Sold by auction in 1860.
Closed. Abandoned 14/06/1927.
Developing in 1937. Abandoned June 1941.
Standing in 1920
E. Tetley
Fireclay, abandoned 16/10/1959, plan 15177.
Used as a Pumping Station from 1928 to 1932.
No.2 Shaft sunk 1857 to 1861.
Worked as Holmfield & Howcans from 1915 to 1925.
Discontinued July 1928 to 1937. Discontinued June 1947.
Fireclay, Halifax Hard Bed, abandoned 12/12/1949, plan 14830.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Called Cortworth in 1954
Hope
Hope
Hope
Hope & Anchor
Hopewell
Hopton
Hopton Mills
Hopton Mills (Liley)
Hopton Mills (Slade)
Hor Ing
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Barnsley
Flockton, Wakefield
Upper Denby
Gildersome Street, Leeds
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Huddersfield
1907
1858
1878
1893
1861
1868
1883
1935
1935
1854
Horley Green
Halifax
1892 1914
Horse Riggs
Adwalton, Leeds
1872 1944
Horse Riggs No.2
Horsefield Opencast Site
Horton
Horton (a)
Horton (b)
Horton (c)
Hostingley
Drighlington, Leeds
Lepton, Huddersfield
Horton, Bradford
Horton, Bradford
Horton, Bradford
Horton, Bradford
Thornhill, Dewsbury
1943
1955
1855
1859
1861
1861
1854
Houghton Main
Little Houghton
1908
1860
1887
1902
1867
1881
1933
1936
1935
1854
1961
1957
1867
1867
1867
1867
1883
1873 1992
Sinking from 1883 to 1887. Abandoned December 1933
Abandoned June 1936
Abandoned December 1935
Standing 1904 to 1914. Included with Ellen Royd from 1915 to
1948.
Not listed from 1873 to 1884 and from 1886 to 1900. Abandoned
August 1913. Reopened c1936 and Abandoned May 1944.
Employment included with Horse Riggs No.2.
Opened c1944 and closed 1961.
Sinking from 1873 to 1877 and closed 30/10/1992. From 1984 the
lower seam output was conveyed underground and wound at
Grimethorpe. Upper seam output (Dunsil) was wound at
Houghton No.1 Shaft. Called Houghton-Darfield 1987-1989 and
Houghton 1990 to 1993. By 1991 Barnsley Main, Grimethorpe,
Houghton Main and Dearne Valley were linked as part of the
Hound Hill No.1
Hound Hill No.2
Hound Hill No.3
Hounds Hill
Housley
Hove Edge Delf
Worsborough, Barnsley
Barnsley
Worsboro', Barnsley
Barnsley
Chapeltown
Brighouse
1913
1915
1923
1878
1907
1905
1929
1927
1925
1879
1910
1907
How Royd
Whitley Clough
1905 1941
Howcans
Boothtown, Halifax
1878 1944
Howden
Howden Clough
Howden Clough (a)
Howden Gate, Keighley
Morley, Leeds
Morley, Leeds
1922 1932
1861 1935
1873 1877
Howley Park
Morley, Leeds
1855 1929
Howroyd
Howroyd
Whitley Clough
Briestfield, Dewsbury
1948 1962
1873 1892
Howroyd (New)
Whitley Clough
1931 1947
Hoyland
Hoyland and Elsecar
Hoyland, Barnsley
Hoyland, Barnsley
1854 1854
1855 1872
Southside Complex, with all their coal coming out at
Grimethorpe.
Abandoned 01/03/1929. May be the same as Rob Royd Colliery.
Abandoned 13/08/1927.
C. Roper. On 1st edition OS Sheet.
Opened between 1903 and 1907. Closed from c1908 until 1929.
Became Howroyd, Old - Abandoned May 1941.
Plan No.4846 - 36 Yard Band abandoned July 1st 1905.
Abandoned 1911. Worked with Holmfield from 1915 to 1925.
Discontinued 1926. Not worked during 1931. Abandoned
December 1933. Discontinued July 1944. Abandoned October
1947.
Prospecting. Discontinued July 1932. Abandoned April 1933
Discontinued June 1935 and abandoned May 1938.
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Lease signed in 1849 and
closed in 1928. Discontinued May 1929. Abandoned April 1930.
Discontinued April 1936. Abandoned July 1937. Abandoned
January 1941.
Previously called Howroyd (New)
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
Became Howroyd after Nationalisation. Closed in December
1962.
Hoyland New Silkstone
Hoyland, Barnsley
1913 1917
Hoyland Silkstone
Hoyland, Barnsley
1873 1928
Hoyle Mill Farm
Hudcliffe Wood
Hudcliffe Wood No.1
Hudcliffe Wood No.2
Hugh House
Hunger Hill
Hungry Chert
Hunshelf
Hunshelf (a)
Hunslet
Hunslet Carr
Hunsworth
Thornhill Edge, Dewsbury
Ecclesall, Sheffield
Ecclesall, Sheffield
Ecclesall, Sheffield
Nab End
Adwalton, Leeds
Arkengarthdale
Thurgoland, Sheffield
Thurgoland, Sheffield
Hunslet, Leeds
Hunslet, Leeds
Hunsworth, Bradford
1912
1863
1873
1932
1859
1865
1855
1873
1854
Hunsworth Lift
Hunsworth, Bradford
1910 1925
Hunsworth Lodge
Hunsworth Mills
Hunt Royal
Huntroyd
Hurfield Hill
Hurlfield
Hutcliffe Wood
Huth Royd
Farm
Hunsworth, Bradford
Hunsworth, Bradford
Upper Whiteley, Wakefield
Wakefield
Heeley, Sheffield
Sheffield
Millhouses, Sheffield
Upper Hoyland
Thornhill, Dewsbury
1910
1873
1868
1884
1923
1877
1922
1853
1907
1919
1915
1910
1910
1866
1877
1950
1872
1872
1877
1883
1883
1929
1880
1882
1887
1923
1881
1934
1877
1907
Sinking from 1874 to 1876. Temporarily abandoned in 1922.
Discontinued 1926. Discontinued May 1928. Became part of
Rockingham.
Fireclay, abandoned 09/06/1915, plan 6437.
Fireclay, abandoned 20/07/1910, plan 5977.
Fireclay, abandoned 27/07/1910, plan 5976.
J. & A. Robinson
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
Sinking from 1873 to 1883.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Temporarily abandoned February 1925. Probably Taylors Lift pumping engine.
Abandoned November 1929
Sinking from 1873 to 1879.
Sinking from 1884 to 1887.
Abandoned.
Sinking from 1877 to 1881.
Abandoned August 1934
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Sunk 1853 and closed 1877.
Abandoned
Idle
Idle (a)
Idle Lane
Idle Moor
Idle Moor
In Moor
Inchfield Moor
Inchfield Moor No.2
Ingham
Bradford
Idle, Leeds
Idle, Bradford
Bradford
Bradford
Tong, Leeds
Todmorden
Todmorden
Farnley, Leeds
1855
1874
1892
1896
1897
1861
1938
1953
1878
1862
1883
1897
1897
1900
1867
1945
1964
1888
Ingham (a)
Thornhill, Dewsbury
1884 1948
Ingham No.1
Ingham No.2
Thornhill, Dewsbury
Thornhill, Dewsbury
1884 1929
1902 1929
Ingham's
Thornhill, Dewsbury
1884 1971
Ingham's
Thornhill, Dewsbury
1884 1971
Ingleton
Ingleton, Settle
1831 1936
Jackey Hill Main
Jagger Green
Jenkin Bank
Jenny Brewster
Joan Royd
Gomersal
Huddersfield
Horbury, Wakefield
Osmotherley Moor
Heckmondwike
1877
1854
1874
1916
1875
Jordan
Meadow Hall, Rotherham
1873 1910
Jordan Dam
Rotherham
1859 1861
1877
1854
1880
1928
1901
Sinking from 1874 to 1883.
Geo. Vint
T. Obank
G. Vint & Sons; G. Vint & Bros 1900
See Ingham's. Merged with Combs to become Thornhill (Closed
in 1972).
See Ingham's
See Ingham's
Bye Pit. Included Ingham's and Combs which were modernised in
1955. A new, deeper shaft was sunk at Combs on the site of the
old, backfilled one - see Thornhill.
208 yards NW of the Bye Pit.
See under: Grove, Moorgarth, New Ingleton, New Winning,
Newfield, Richard & Nellie, and Wilson Wood.
Sinking from 1874 to 1880
Not worked in 1929.
Not worked in 1901.
Sinking from 1873 to 1878. Standing 1909 to 1910 and 1911.
Abandoned 1912
Jubilee
Heaton, Bradford
1907 1915
Jubilee
Kay Pit
Keelam
Haworth Road, Bradford
Bierley, Bradford
Bradford
1897 1899
1881 1885
1855 1860
Kellingley
Knottingley
1958 -
Kendal Drift
Kendal Green
Kesworth
Kidfield Nook
Killingbeck
Kilncroft
Kilner Bank
Barnsley
Worsborough, Barnsley
Barnsley
Barnsley
Killingbeck, Leeds
Dewsbury
Brown Royd
1907
1876
1873
1865
1855
1893
Kilnhurst
Kilnhurst
1861 1986
Kilpin Hill
Dewsbury
1893 1897
Kimberworth
Rotherham
1854 1899
Kings Pit
Kings Pit
Kingston
Kinsley Drift
Kippax
Kippax West Main
Kirbroyd
Tan Hill, Muker
Tan Hill, Muker
Barnsley
Kinsley
Methley, Leeds
Kippax, Leeds
Hipperhome, Bradford
1911
1887
1875
1976
1869
1854
1897
1958
1921
1877
1882
1885
1862
1894
1945
1893
1876
1986
1903
1863
1902
Abandoned in 1915. This may be a sandstone quarry at High
Park, Heaton, Bradford.
R. Roper. May re-open 1906 and might be at SE12_35_
= Kaye? Better Bed = 1 ft 6 ins to 1 ft 8 ins.
New sinking in 1958. Shafts almost complete in June 1962 and
production began in March 1965. Privatised in December 1994.
Still working in February 2005.
Closed in September 1958. Employed 65 men.
May be the same as Prince Albert Colliery.
Sunk 1871?
See Brown Royd
Called Thrybergh Hall Colliery until c1923. Not listed from 1882
to 1904. Closed 01/0/1986.
Ironstone, Black Shale, abandoned 1873, plan 37. Reopened from
1913 to 1914.
Reopening in 1911. Abandoned 1945
Sinking from 1875 to 1876.
Opened September 1976. Closed on 11/07/1986.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Shaft more than 20 years old at time of accident in 1896 -
(Brighouse Echo, 04/09/1896). T. Collins & Sons; J. Brooke 1898
onwards
Kirk Styles
Kirkburton
Cumberworth,
Huddersfield
Huddersfield
1855 1873
Also called Kirksties 1855 to 1860 and Kirk Style 1861 to 1871,
1854 1869
Kirkby Riddings
South Kirkby
1987 1988
Production from Riddings Drift (driven in 1969) began in June
1969 from this surface drift driven from South Kirkby Colliery
and ventilated by the latter's upcast shaft. Ferrymoor and Riddings
merged on 01/04/1973. A new drift, driven in 1983, was used for
coal, men and materials. See Ferrymoor Riddings from 1974 to
1986 and Kirkby Riddings from 1987 to 1988. Closed
25/03/1988.
Kirkedge
Kirkham Gate
Kirkheaton
Kirkheaton Brickworks
Quarry
Bradfield, Sheffield
East Ardsley, Leeds
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
1878 1887
1873 1877
1861 1883
Sinking from 1873 to 1877.
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
1948 1980
Kirkstyles
Kitson Hill
Cumberworth,
Huddersfield
Mirfield, Huddersfield
1916 1918
1861 1867
Kiveton Park
Kiveton Park
1866 1993
Klondyke
Knab
Knosthorpe
Knowl
Knowles
Knowles
Brighouse
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Leeds
Hopton, Dewsbury
Hepworth, Holmfirth
Hepworth, Holmfirth
1898
1873
1854
1873
1899
1874
1905
1881
1854
1881
1901
1887
Shafts sunk in 1866-67 and the New Jubilee Drift was driven in
1977. Merged with High Moor on 03/12/1989. Mothballed from
30/09/1994 and closed 19/10/1994.
Walker & Co; Shaw, Hirst & Hardy 1904 onwards
Sinking from 1873 to 1879
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
Reopened from 1918 to 1919.
Sinking from 1874 to 1878.
Ladywood
Ladywood
Thornhill Lees, Dewsbury 1921 1928
Mirfield, Dewsbury
1877 1881
Laister Dyke
Laisterdyke, Bradford
1856 1899
Laitham Brow
Huddersfield
1855 1860
Landmere
Northowram, Halifax
1909 1922
Lands Head
Lands Head
Lane
Lane
Lane Bottom
Lane Dyehouse
Lane End
Lane End
Lane End
Lane Head
Lane Head
Lane Head (c)
Lane Head (j)
Lane Side
Northowram, Halifax
1866
Northowram, Halifax
1911
Huddersfield
1855
Leeds
1881
Denholme, Keighley
1920
Dewsbury
1854
Flockton, Wakefield
1955
New Mill, Huddersfield
1878
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1927
Brighouse
1897
Brighouse
1911
Brighouse
1897
Brighouse
1878
Shelley, Huddersfield
1856
Lane Side (a)
Adwalton, Leeds
1902 1911
Lane Side (b)
Lane Side (c)
Drighlington, Leeds
Cumberworth
1894 1894
1905 1905
1913
1869
1883
1920
1871
1988
1914
1941
1902
1915
1899
1915
1869
Abandoned March 1928.
Sinking from 1877 to 1878.
Sunk 1858 by Joseph Cliffe. Reopened in 1911 but standing in
1912 and 1913 and abandoned in 1914.
L. Naylor; W. & J. Glossop 1920 onwards. 14 years. This small
mine is listed only from 1909 to 1922, and only worked in eight
of those years. Not more than 13 men employed. No plans
available.
Haley & Haley
B. Ore. Sinking in 1911 and 1912
On 1st edition 1/10560 sheet - Sow Pit
Abandoned
See Denby Grange, Lane End
Standing 1904 to 1913. Abandoned 1914
Discontinued April 1934 and August 1935
L. Chadwick & Co.
J. Brooke & Sons; Brookes Ltd 1913 onwards
J. Cliffe (See Garden Road)
Standing in 1909 and 1910 and abandoned in 1911 until 1921.
Abandoned 1922.
Abandoned March 1930. Fireclay, Better Bed, abandoned
22/02/1930, plan 10241.
Lane Side or Bell String
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
1927 1930
Lanes Wood
Langbaurgh
Gomersal
Great Ayton
1865 1899
1887 1950
Langhouse
Worrall, Sheffield
1907 1920
Formerly called Birtin. Abandoned in 1910 and standing in 1911
to 1914. Reopened 1919 to 1920.
Latham Lane
Law
Law
Gomersal, Leeds
Southowram, Halifax
Huddersfield
1854 1863
1897 1898
1854 1863
J. Farrar & Sons
Law Hill
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
1932 1949
Leak Hall
Ledgard Bridge
Cumberworth
Mirfield, Dewsbury
1901 1903
1854 1885
Ledston Luck
Kippax, Leeds
1910 1986
Ledstone
Lee Pit
Lee Top
Lee Wood
Legram Lane
Lepton
Kippax, Leeds
Holbeck, Leeds
Allerton, Guide Moor
Thurgoland, Sheffield
Horton, Bradford
Huddersfield
1907
1884
1887
1859
1897
1894
Lepton Edge
Lepton, Huddersfield
1968 1988
Lepton Edge
Lepton, Huddersfield
1894 1964
1911
1898
1896
1873
1899
1899
W. & J. Glossop Ltd; Yorkshire Public Works 1946 onwards. 15
years. Electrified mine listed 1932-1946, but discontinued
working in December 1939. Not over 16 men employed. Plan
held by Calderdale Archives. Annual lists of mines wrongly give
Law Hill, Lightcliffe. Abandoned October 1949.
Abandoned in 1903.
Called Ledgard from 1854 to 1858.
Sinking from 1910 to 1914. No.1 Pit was closed in 1933 and No.2
Pit closed in 1945. Redeveloped by the NCB in 1950. Closed on
31/10/1986.
Sand, abandoned 15/10/1911, plan 5771.
Disused by 1908 - near Beeston Royds.
D. & C. Roper
R. Roper
Closed in August 1964 and used as a Pumping Station from 1968
to 1988.
Closed in August 1964 and used as a Pumping Station from 1968
Lewden Bridge
Worsbrough Dale, Barnsley 1894 1915
Leyburn
Lidgett
Leyburn, Hawes
Tankersley, Sheffield
1897 1900
1883 1911
Lightcliffe
Halifax
1920 1921
Lightcliffe
Lightcliffe (c)
Lightcliffe (g)
Lillands
Lillands
Lillands
Lillands
Lillands
Lillands
Lillands
Lillands
Lillands
Lillands
Lillands
Lillands
Lilley Clough
Lime House
Lindale Hill
Linfit
Linfit Hill
Halifax
Halifax
Southowram, Halifax
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
Whiteley, Huddersfield
Halifax
Wakefield
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
1854
1869
1920
1860
1863
1872
1872
1873
1875
1881
1881
1882
1882
1885
1897
1858
1863
1901
1855
1901
1872
1873
1925
1872
1878
1876
1891
1884
1892
1884
1884
1884
1889
1898
1860
1871
1903
1894
1914
to 1988.
Working in 1874 and 1875? Standing in 1910 and 1911 and
abandoned in 1915
Abandoned. No plans, only a trial hole.
Abandoned in 1911
Plan (dated 1864) held at Railway Engineers Office. Standing
1922 to 1926.
Standing from 1923 to 1925.
A group of mines. Jonas Marsden
A group of mines. Thomas Bradbury
A group of mines. Marshall & Normington
George Bradbury
Thomas Sheffield
Rastrick Stone Co.
A group of mines. Bentley & Smith
J. Briggs & Sons
A group of mines. Denham & Firth
George Vint
A group of mines. Clayton
J. Sunderland
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Abandoned in 1903.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Linked to a mill by a tramway.
Abandoned November 1914
Linfit Lane
Huddersfield
1892 1901
Listerwike, Low Pit
Shibden, Halifax
1855 1865
Little Clough
Little Don
Little Gomersal
Little Green
Little Horton
Huddersfield
Stocksbridge, Sheffield
Gomersal
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Bradford
1856
1942
1854
1855
1863
Little Matlock
Stannington, Sheffield
1901 1928
Little Whiteley
Liversedge
Liversedge (a)
Liversedge (b)
Liversedge Foundry
Lockwood Common
Lodge
Lodge Farm
Lodge Mill
Lofthouse
Lofthouse Estate
Drighlington, Leeds
Dewsbury
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Huddersfield
Morley, Leeds
Hunsworth, Bradford
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
Outwood, Wakefield
Lofthouse Park, Wakefield
1901
1854
1865
1867
1861
1855
1874
1884
1890
1873
1936
Lofthouse Park
Lofthouse, Wakefield
1922 1922
Lofthouse Park Quarry
Lofthouse Quarry
Lofthouse Gate, Wakefield 1962 1966
Lofthouse, Wakefield
1949 1961
Loftshaw
Ughill, Sheffield
1856
1950
1887
1867
1871
1923
1858
1875
1879
1863
1883
1903
1889
1930
1981
1940
1948 1950
Plan probably held by the Rail Authority Engineers Office at
Derby
Fireclay, Pot Clay, abandoned 21/08/1947, plan 14244.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Abandoned June 30th 1928. High Matlock - Ganister, abandoned
30/11/1912, plan 6038.
Not listed from 1905 to 1915.
Sinkinf from 1874 to 1878. Abandoned in 1903.
Abandoned March 1930
Sinking from 1873 to 1882. Closed in July 1981.
Abandoned June 1941.
Opened December 1922 and closed at the end of the month.
Abandoned February 1923. Abandoned March 1927
Fireclay, Pot Clay or Stannington, abandoned 28/03/1949, plan
14456.
Long
Oakenshaw, Bradford
1883 1884
Midgley & Roper. 17 years A relatively small mine, continuously
worked from 1897 until end of listing in 1913. Not over 29 men.
No plans available. Site unknown. Might be near Closes Road
SE141224 or in one of the Brighouse Closes SE138222
Thornton & Midgley
Nowell & Robson
Bentley & Kaye & others. 21 years. Mine plans show first shafts
sunk in 1879. Continuous working until 1917, when it was
considered worked out. Up to 114 men employed. Good detailed
plans. Originals, held by Thornhill Yorkshire Estates and NCB
Small Mines, cover period to 1914.
Abandoned May 1923.
Long close
Brighouse
1897 1913
Long Royd
Long Royd
Rastrick, Brighouse
Rastrick, Brighouse
1879 1886
1881 1887
Long Royd
Rastrick, Brighouse
1879 1917
Longlands
Longroyd
Low Ash
Ossett, Wakefield
Rastrick, Brighouse
Sheffield
1910 1923
1882 1917
1878 1879
Low Close
Holbeck, Leeds
1907 1931
Low Elsecar
Low Flatts
Elsecar, Rotherham
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Low Flatts
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Low Flatts
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Low Laithes
Low Level
Low Level Pit
Low Matlock
Low Moor Lane Drift
Ossett, Wakefield
Arkengarthdale
Muker
Stannington, Sheffield
Woolley Moor, Barnsley
1855 1871
1876 Ledgard Naylor. A group of mines. Records confused.
1887?
1876
Midgley & Illingworth; T. Illingworth 1881
onwards?
Illingworth & Midgley; Hardy, Hainsworth. Howard and
1876 1883?
Mackerill 1878; ?Mackrill and Co. 1879 onwards
1855 1927
Discontinued 17/05/1927 and abandoned 26/06/1928.
1926 1932
Discontinued May 1932
1887 1893
1920 1945
1956 1973
Abandoned August 1915. Reopened 1927 and abandoned August
1931.
Low Slack
Low Street
Hepworth, Holmfirth
West Ardsley, Leeds
1893 1893
1884 1885
Low Stubbin
Rotherham
1871 1988
Low Tunnel
Low Wincobank
Low Wood
Lowe Wood
Lower Cliffe
Lower Cumberworth
Lower Denby
Lower Denby Opencast
Site
Cumberworth,
Huddersfield
Wincobank, Sheffield
Shipley, Bradford
Stainboro'
Denby Dale
Huddersfield
Denby Dale
Sinking from 1884 to 1885
Closed in 1918 and abandoned in July 1920. Used as a Pumping
Station from 1961 to 1988.
1921 1922
Closed July 1922
1876
1875
1903
1924
1875
1921
Sinking in 1876.
1877
1877
1916
1929
1885
1921
Dewsbury
1957 1961
Lower Green Farm
Brighouse
1898
Lower Hall
Lower Holmhouse
Lower Knight Royd
Lower Shibden
Lower Shibden (a)
Lower Wincobank
Lowood Wharncliffe
Lowther
Lowther's
Loxley Common
Lumb Lane
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
Huddersfield
Northowram, Halifax
Shibden, Halifax
Shibden, Halifax
Wincobank, Sheffield
Sheffield
Leeds
Kippax, Leeds
Loxley, Sheffield
Liversedge, Dewsbury
1893
1873
1860
1870
1885
1873
1888
1855
1855
1902
1877
1902
onwards
1894
1881
1887
1892
1883
1893
1858
1858
1904
1896
Abandoned April 1929
Abandoned December 1921.
Exors. of H. Westwood; Collins & Morris, 1899
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
Jagger & Jagger
Including Preston Main
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Abandoned 1904
Sinking from 1877 to 1887. Abandoned in 1903.
Lumb Wood
Lundhill
Lundhill
Drighlington, Leeds
Wombwell, Barnsley
Wombwell, Barnsley
1856 1886
1968 1969
1855 1869
Reopening in 1913 - See Spring Gardens.
Used as a Pumping Station from 1968 to 1969.
Sunk 1855.
1343
Lundwood
Lupset
Malin Bridge
Lundwood
Wakefield
Stannington, Sheffield
1987 1988
1861 1869
1873 1887
Pumping Station
Maltby Main
Maltby, Doncaster
1908 -
Manor
Wakefield
1861 1981
Manor (a)
Manor (b)
Manor (c)
Manor (d)
Manor Hill
Manor Laithe
Sheffield
Sheffield
Hoylandswaine, Barnsley
Wortley, Leeds
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Sheffield
1854
1873
1937
1888
1891
1917
Manor No.2
Hoylandswaine, Barnsley
1941 1950
Manston
Manston Lodge
Manston, Leeds
Manston, Leeds
1854 1881
1865 1881
Manton
Manton
1897 1993
Manvers Main No.1
Wath upon Dearne
1868 1988
1872
1889
1944
1905
1891
1924
Sinking from 1908 to 1911. Sinking a new shaft in 1985 to
develop the Parkgate and Thorncliffe seams. Merged with
Silverwood in 1994. Worked as a private mine. Still working in
February 2005.
Sunk 1899 Also called Manor Haigh Moor Colliery. Closed in
December 1981. SE31852046
Sinking from 1873 to 1877.
Abandoned August 1944.
Abandoned July 1924.
Fireclay, Blackband - Whinmoor, abandoned 20/06/1950, plan
15057.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
NB This is the location of Manston Lodge
No.2 Pit sunk 1897 to 1906. A new shaft was completed in 1952.
Wound the first coal in Yorkshire after the 1984 to 1985 strike.
Sinking from 1868 to 1870 on shafts 1, 2 & 3. No.4 shaft was
sunk to the Parkgate Seam in 1899-1901. Closed 25/03/1988.
Manvers Main Nos.2 & 3 Wath upon Dearne
Margery Wood
High Hoyland, Barnsley
1868 1936
1920 1947
Markham Main
Armthorpe, Doncaster
1916 1992
Marriott Wood
Millhouses, Sheffield
1920 1928
Marsh
Southowram, Halifax
1897 1898
Marsh Lane
Southowram, Halifax
1902 1915
Marsh Platt
Martins Main
Mary
Masborough
May Royd
Mayers Lane
Meadow Fireclay
Meadow Hall
Huddersfield
Barnsley
Churwell, Leeds
Rotherham
Northowram, Halifax
Bradfield, Sheffield
Sheffield
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
1855
1879
1874
1854
1893
1938
1874
1877
Meadow Hall
Sheffield
1921 1927
Meal Hill
Medhurst
Medhurst (a)
Mellor Hill
Meltham
Meltham
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Kippax, Leeds
Kippax, Leeds
Flockton, Wakefield
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
1877
1891
1902
1904
1864
1903
1860
1879
1881
1854
1899
1938
1899
1904
1881
1908
1913
1905
1873
1903
Merged with Manvers No.1 in 1936
Abandoned November 1922 and reopened in 1929.
Sinking from 1916 to 1924. In review May 1992. Closed October
1992.
Abandoned in 1921. Reopened in 1927 and abandoned August
22nd 1928.
Baines, Whiteley & Rushworth
Stott & Gledhill; Stott & Sons 1906 onwards. 14 years. Listing
begins 1902, mine abandoned in 1915; in this period it was
worked in 11 years only. Up to 37 men employed. No plans
available. Reopening 1910 to 1912. Abandoned 1915.
List of fatal accidents
Sinking from 1874 to 1879
Sinking from 1874 to 1878.
Sinking from 1877 to 1881.
May be the same as Meadow Hall at Rawmarsh which was closed
from 1904 to 1920
Working in 1854?
Standing 1904 to 1908
Standing 1909 to 1913.
May have been called Greens End from 1904.
Melton Silkstone
Merchant Fields
Smithies, Barnsley
Cleckheaton
1929 1930
1873 1892
Methley Junction
Methley, Leeds
1854 1902
Methley Park II
Mexborough
Micklefield
Methley, Leeds
Sheffield
Micklefield, Leeds
1966 1966?
1957 1959
1854 1887
Middle Lane
Clayton, Bradford
1893 1903
Middle Woolhouse
Middlecliffe
Middleton
Middleton Broom
Southedge, Hipperholme
Penistone
Middleton, Leeds
Middleton, Leeds
1896
1855
1854
1888
Middleton Broom, New
Middleton, Leeds
1928 1945
Middleton Main
Middleton, Beeston Park
Middleton, Little
Middleton, Middleton
Main
Middleton, New Pit
Midgelden Brick Works
Midgelden Pasture
Midgelden Pasture No.2
Midgelden Pasture No.3
Midhope Stones
Midland Pit
Middleton, Leeds
Middleton, Leeds
Middleton, Leeds
1876 1892
1888 1899
1888 1901
Middleton, Leeds
1888 1899
Middleton, Leeds
Dulesgate, Todmorden
Todmorden
Todmorden
Todmorden
Sheffield
Rothwell, Leeds
1901
1884
1930
1932
1943
1873
1909
1902
1878
1887
1968
1925
1887
1937
1944
1944
1878
1914
Abandoned June 2nd 1930
Sinking from 1873 to 1878. Near Brookhouse Iron Works.
Sunk to Haigh Moor about 1845 and to the Beeston in 1900.
Called Methley from 1854 to 1860.
5.5 miles SE of Leeds and 4 miles WNW of Castleford
See Peckfield from 1888 onwards
J. Thornton 1893 to 1898 and Clayton Brick & Stone Co. from
1898 to 1903.
Not listed after 1897. Shepherd & Bentley
Closed on 17/05/1968.
From 1928 to 1945 it was used as a pumping station for
Middleton Broom.
Sinking from 1876 to 1878.
Closed 1925 and used as a Pumping Station from 1927 to 1945.
NGR = Fire Clay Works
Abandoned January 1935. Discontinued November 1944.
Discontinued November 1944.
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. A Ventilating shaft from 1910
to 1914 (at least)
Sinking from 1874 to 1875. Not listed 1876 to 1881.
Mill
Mill Dam
Mill Dam Opencast
Wyke, Bradford
1874 1887
Thornhill Edge, Dewsbury 1953 1957
Middlestown
1953 1957
Mill Hill
Burton-in-Lonsdale
1909 1929
Abandoned September 1914, plan 7118. To be reopened.
Abandoned October 1929
Milnes
Milnthorp
Minerva
Mirfield
Mirfield Moor
Mirfield, Dark Lane &
Calder
Beeston, Leeds
Wakefield
Sheffield
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Mirfield, Dewsbury
1884
1855
1905
1854
1863
Abandoned 1908. Worked 1910 to 1912. Abandoned March 1913.
Ravensthorpe, Wakefield
1927 1931
Mitchell Main
Darfield, Barnsley
1871 1956
Mitchell Main
Darfield, Barnsley
1965 1988
Mold Green
Huddersfield
Monckton Main Nos.1, 2
Havercroft, Barnsley
&5
1887
1877
1913
1889
1931
1875 1947
1913 1947
Monk Bretton
Moor
1867 1968
1929 1945
Moor End Silkstone
Moor Hole
Abandoned June 1931. Employment includes Mirfield Moor.
Sinking from 1871 to 1877. Closed on 26/07/1956 and used as a
Pumping Station from 1965 to 1988.
Closed on 26/07/1956 and used as a Pumping Station from 1965
to 1988.
1897 1897
Monckton Main Nos.3 &
Havercroft, Barnsley
4
Monk Bretton
Gleadless, Sheffield
Silkstone Common,
Barnsley
Mosbrough, Sheffield
Sunk 1882 to 1885? Abandoned June 1931.
1921 1948
1855 1900
Sinking from 1875 to 1876. Called New Monckton Nos.1, 2 & 5
from 1948.
No.3 Shaft began sinking from 30/09/1913 to 03/03/1915. No.4
sinking 05/04/1923 to 21/05/1924. Called New Monckton Nos.3
& 4 from 1948.
Sinking in 1867. Closed on 26/04/1968.
Worked c1921 to 1924. Reopened in 1947. Moorend Silkstone
Opencast = 1949-1952
Sunk 1855, closed c1900. Used as a Pumping Station in 1925.
Moor House
Moor Lane
Barnsley
Highburton
1869 1885
1872 1882
Moor Side
Mosbrough, Sheffield
1943 1992
Mooredge
Moorend
Moorend
1937 1938
1948 1911
1893 1912
Moorend Silkstone
Opencast
Totley, Sheffield
Cawthorne
Stainborough, Barnsley
Silkstone Common,
Barnsley
Silkstone Common,
Barnsley
Moorgarth
Ingleton, Settle
1863 1877
Moorhouse
Moorland
Moorside
Moorside
Moortown
Morley
Morley (a)
Morley (b)
Morley (d)
Barnsley
Gildersome, Leeds
Wortley, Leeds
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Leeds
Morley, Leeds
Morley, Leeds
Morley, Leeds
Morley, Leeds
1855
1873
1933
1887
1874
1855
1861
1861
1855
Morley Main
Morley, Leeds
1855 1908
Morley West End
Morley, Leeds
1876 1897
Mosborough Moor
Mosbrough, Sheffield
1936 1936
Moorend II Opencast
Developed from December 1943 when the neighbouring Dent
Main - opened in 1927 - became uneconomic. Last coal raised
28/02/1992.
Development in 1937 and discontinued in 1938.
Abandoned
1948 1956
1949 1952
1872
1880
1933
1903
1883
1860
1883
1877
1860
Pits worked here were flooded in 1829. Sinking from 1863 to
1864. Closed from 1869 to 1873.
Sinking from 1873 to 1880.
Abandoned December 1933
Sinking from 1874 to 1880.
Given as Morley from 1855 to 1859. Sunk around 1854 closed on
23/07/1909.
Continues as West End from 1898 until May 1933. Abandoned
October 1937.
Discontinued June 1936. Abandoned June 1938.
Mosley's
Moss Ganister Nos.1 & 2
Moss Level
Mossdale Gill
Mottram Wood
Skelmanthorpe
Dore, Sheffield
Lofthouse, Pateley Bridge
Wensleydale
Barnsley
1915
1934
1920
1877
1908
1916
1938
1920
1883
1944
Mount
Brighouse
1897 1899
Mount Osborne
Mount Pleasant
Mount Vernon
Mountain End
Muffitt Lane
Barnsley
Ossett, Wakefield
Barnsley
Halifax
Gomersal
1854
1871
1861
1854
1870
Myers Lane
Loxley, Sheffield
1874 1928
Myrtle Hill
Myrtle Spring
Myrtle Springs
Mytholme
Mytholme, New
Mytholme, Old
Nab End
Nab End
Nab End
Nab Lane (Moor)
Near Hill
Near Low Park
Needle Eye
Handsworth, Sheffield
Handsworth, Sheffield
Intake, Sheffield
Southowram, Halifax
Northowram, Halifax
Northowram, Halifax
Boothtown, Halifax
Brighouse
Brighouse
Rotherham
Barnsley
Birstall, Dewsbury
Denby Grange, Wakefield
1873
1873
1918
1890
1947
1886
1855
1898
1898
1916
1922
1873
1868
1883
1871
1892
1874
1887
1873
1876
1921
1905
1956
1905
1860
1902
1905
1918
1922
1875
1872
Not worked. Owner dead.
Abandoned April 1941.
Abandoned
Standing in 1883
Abandoned September 1945
Longbottom & Barker. Earlier workings, back to the 1880's,
shown on Thornhill Estate plans.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Sinking from 1874 to 1878. Abandoned May 8th 1928. Briefly
reopened in 1937?
Sinking
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
Discontinued August 1921.
Abandoned in 1905.
+1960 & 1961
Plan No.4790 - 36 Yard Band abandoned April 7th 1905.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Collins & Morris
Sunderland & Mellors; H. Mellors & Sons 1902 onwards
Abandoned December 1922.
Sinking from 1873 to 1875.
Needless Hall
Needlewood
Needlewood No.2
Netherfield
Netherton (a)
Netherton (b)
Netherton No.2
Netherton Opencast
Nethertown
Nethertown (a)
Nethertown (b)
Neville Hill
New Bank (a)
New Bank (b)
New Brampton
New Carlton
New Crown Point
New Dale
New Farm
New Gawber Hall
Lane Head, Brighouse
Keresforth
Dodworth, Barnsley
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
Netherton, Wakefield
Drighlington, Leeds
Drighlington, Leeds
Drighlington, Leeds
Drighlington, Leeds
Drighlington, Leeds
Drighlington, Leeds
Osmondthorpe, Leeds
Halifax
Halifax
Rotherham
Flockton Moor, Wakefield
Drighlington, Leeds
Rawmarsh
Southowram, Halifax
Barnsley
1897
1919
1924
1874
1876
1917
1924
1961
1855
1873
1873
1854
1878
1878
1891
1914
1873
1901
1923
1854
1901
1924
1934
1884
1923
1923
1925
1964
1914
1883
1877
1884
1884
1884
1902
1915
1877
1901
1927
1861
New Ground
Huddersfield
1861 1910
New Hall
New Hall (a)
Middleton, Leeds
Middleton, Leeds
1855 1872
1869 1903
New Hall (b)
Elland, Halifax
1878 1945
New Hall Quarry
Elland, Halifax
1949 1951
Cookson & Ellis; J. Cookson (1901)
Discontinued December 1932 and abandoned January 1934
Sinking from 1874 to 1876.
Included British Oak from 1918 to 1923.
See Gildersome. Abandoned 16/05/1925.
Abandoned 14/09/1925.
Not listed from 1873 to 1891. Abandoned July 1914.
Sinking from 1873 to 1891.
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
not working in 1902.
Sinking from 1873 to 1877.
Abandoned
S. Marshall & Sons. Not worked in 1923. Abandoned 1927.
Sunk prior to 1869 - also called Smithy Bridge
Standing 1905 to 1909 and abandoned in 1910. There was a
Copperas House nearby.
Abandoned in 1903.
Discontinued September 1943. Fireclay, Halifax 36 Yard Band,
abandoned 27/04/1945, plan 14006.
New Holland
Wilsden, Bradford
1921 1926
New Ingleton
Ingleton, Settle
1912 1936
New Inn
New Lane
New Lane
New Mills
New Monckton No.4
New Monckton No.5
New Monckton Nos.1 &
2
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1914
Drighlington, Leeds
1873
Gildersome, Leeds
1932
Huddersfield
1854
South Hiendley
1970
Notton, Barnsley
1948
1927
1877
1935
1854
1988
1951
Royston
1848 1966
New Monckton Nos.1 &
Royston
6
1954 1966
New Monckton Nos.3 &
South Hiendley
4
1948 1966
New Mytholme
New Oaks
Hipperhome, Bradford
Stairfoot
1903 1962
1903 1909
New Oaks
Barnsley
1845 1909
New Peace
Huddersfield
1910 1923
Abandoned 03/09/1926.
Sinking began in 1912 (the shafts were completed in 1914) by the
New Ingleton Colliery Company Ltd. (W.C. Blackett; Charlsaw
& Sacriston Colliery Co. Ltd - Sacriston, Co. Durham).
Discontinued March 1936. Abandoned on 16/08/1940.
Abandoned 18/03/1927.
Sinking from 1873 to 1877.
J. Lloyd liquidator. Abandoned May 1935
No.5 Shaft
Sinking as Monckton from 1875 to 1878 and became New
Monckton in 1901. Closed 03/12/1966.
Nos 1 & 2 were sunk in 1875. No.3 was sunk in 1915 about 1.5
miles to the NE of Nos.1 & 2. No.4 was sunk next to No.3 in
1924. No.5 was sunk in 1927 about 1.5 miles NW of No.1 and
was redundant in 1954. No.6 Shaft was being sunk in 1954. No.1
closed in 1980 and No.6 was a Pumping Station from 1970-1988..
Called Monckton Main Nos.3 & 4 before 1948. No.3 Shaft was
sunk from 1913 to 1915. No.4 was sinking from 1923 to 1924.
Closed on 03/12/1966. No.4 Shaft was a Pumping Station from
1970 to 1988.
Fireclay, 36 Yard Band, abandoned 12/07/1962, plan 15207.
Sinking from July 1867 to July 1870 and abandoned in 1909.
Shown on 1st edition OS 1/10560 sheet as 'Oaks', but called
'Barnsley Main' on the 1904 OS map. Abandoned in 1909. NB
The Old Oaks Colliery also became Barnsley Main at a later date
(c1900?).
Included Fieldhouse from 1913 to 1924. Abandoned 29/01/1924.
New Plumbley
New Road
New Road
New Road
New Royd Head
Plumbley, Sheffield
Northowram, Halifax
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Thornton, Bradford
Saddleworth
1952
1897
1861
1912
1856
1966
1906
1867
1923
1860
New Sharlston
Normanton
1865 1877
New Silkstone
Cawthorne
1935 1968
New Sovereign
Dodworth, Barnsley
1901 1908
New Speedwell
Staincross
1923 1933
New Speedwell, No.2
Emley, Wakefield
1911 1935
New Stubbin
New Thornton
New Victoria
New Winning
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
Thornton, Bradford
Wakefield
Sheffield
1913
1898
1855
1864
1978
1903
1860
1887
New Winning
Ingleton, Settle
1831 1857
Newbiggin
Newbiggin
Newbiggin
Tankersley, Sheffield
Tankersley, Sheffield
New Mill, Huddersfield
1918 1920
1888 1894
1922 1922
Newfield
Ingleton, Settle
1871 1876
Saville Holmes
Reopening old shaft
See Sharlston. Sunk to Haigh Moor in 1865 and the Silkstone in
1898.
Discontinued June 1936. Includes New Silkstone Opencast from
1949 to 1950.
Sunk 1862. Standing 1903 to 1908. Clarke�s Old Silkstone
Collieries.
Discontinued January 1933
Standing in 1911. Discontinued 05/11/1927. Standing 1928 to
1935. Abandoned November 1935
Sinking 1913 to 1920. Closed 06/07/1978.
Sunk by Joseph Hunter and reached the Four Foot Coal (at 80
yds) in January 1831 and the Six Foot Coal in June 1834. It
became part of the (later) Wilson Wood Colliery and closed in
1857 - abandonment plan No.2132.
Sinking in 1871 and 1872. Four Foot Coal at 82 feet and Six Foot
Coal at 156 feet.
Newhill
Newman Road
Newman Silkstone
Newmarket
Newmarket (a)
Wath upon Dearne
Sheffield
Sheffield
Adwalton, Leeds
Bradford
1873
1912
1911
1854
1854
1886
1912
1911
1887
1854
Newmarket (b)
Birkenshaw, Bradford
1873 1920
Newmarket (c)
Stanley, Wakefield
1854 1897
Newmarket Silkstone
Stanley, Wakefield
1836 1983
Newmarket, Nelson Pit
Newmarket, Spencer Pit
Newmarket, Swithens
Stanley, Wakefield
Stanley, Wakefield
Rothwell, Leeds
1896 1897
1888 1913
1902 1921
Newmillerdam
Newmillerdam, Wakefield 1929 1982
Newton
Newton Lane
Newton Main
Wakefield
Stanley, Wakefield
Pontefract
1854 1860
1888 1897
1861 1879
Ninevah
Crigglestone, Wakefield
1921 1929
Norcliffe
Norcliffe Lane
Norfolk
Norfolk & Smithy Wood
Norr Hill
Norristhorpe
North Bierley (a)
Southowram, Halifax
Southowram, Halifax
Chapeltown
Thorncliffe, Sheffield
Wilsden, Bradford
Liversdge, Dewsbury
Bradford
1924
1924
1880
1902
1841
1892
1854
1925
1926
1901
1931
1869
1892
1880
May be Newman Silkstone
Sinking from 1873 to 1876. Discontinued c1918. Abandoned in
1920
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Called Clive Pit. Sunk Sunk
between 1836 and 1837. Closed on 30/09/1983.
Abandoned March 1921.
Began as Nineveh Colliery and closed in March (or December?)
1982.
Discontinued March 1928 and abandoned February 1929. Became
Newmillerdam Colliery.
A. Binns
Continues as Smithy Wood from 1932 to 1973.
Pre 1841
North Bierley (b)
North Cliffe
Bradford
Shipley, Bradford
1854 1880
1854 1877
North Gawber
Mapplewell
1854 1987
North Selby
North Staveley
North Wing
Escrick, Selby
Aston, Sheffield
Bradford
1979 1997
1870 1905
1855 1860
North Wood
Tong, Bradford
1918 1925
Northfield
Northfield
Northorpe
Nortonthorpe
Nortonthorpe
Norwood
Kirkburton, Huddersfield 1920
Ossett, Wakefield
1896
Mirfield, Dewsbury
1854
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1888
Scissett
1888
Norwood, Bradford
1865
Norwood Green
Norwood Green, Bradford 1929 1959
Norwood Green
Norwood Green
Nostell
Norwood Green, Bradford 1855 1869
Norwood Green, Bradford 1873 1880
Nostell, Wakefield
1854 1987
Nostell
Nostell, Wakefield
1921
1917
1875
1913
1913
1943
1854 1987
Sinking 1850 to 1852 and closed in December 198). Darton
merged with North Gawber in 1948 and the Darton Section closed
in August 1948. One of the two surface drifts driven in 1960 was
extended and by 1984 was bringing all output to the surface.
Merged with Woolley in December 1985 when the surface
operations closed.
Merged with Stillingfleet and closed in July 1997.
Sunk in 1864. May have become Aston
Discontinued. Abandoned 1925. Receiver = J. Barker, Dudley
Hill.
Abandoned October 14th 1921.
Abandoned 1917.
Abandoned October 1913
Abandoned October 1913.
Sunk to Top Hard in 1865 and to the Deep Soft in 1916.
Sinking in 1873. Closed April 1959. The shaft at this mine, which
also had a drift, was earlier called Flathers Pit. There is a picture
of making the new drift into Norwood Green c1929 � in the
Telegraph & Argus 05/10/1987.
120 ft to Black Bed.
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
Closed in 1987.
According to the NCB Statistics Department the mine was sunk in
1860. Closed 23/10/1987.
Nunbrook
Mirfield, Dewsbury
1879 1903
Nunnery
Sheffield
1961 1988
Nunnery
Sheffield
1860 1953
Nunnery, Handsworth
Nunthorpe
Oak Wood
Oakenshaw
Oakroyd
Oaks
Sheffield
Great Ayton
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Rhodes, Bradford
Birkenshaw, Bradford
Stairfoot, Barnsley
1901
1909
1882
1854
1877
1854
Oaks Farm
Darton, Barnsley
1919 1937
Oaks Farm Opencast
Oaks, New
Oakwell
Oakwell (a)
Occupation
Barugh, Barnsley
Stairfoot, Barnsley
Adwalton, Leeds
Morley, Leeds
Mirfield, Dewsbury
1948
1897
1872
1855
1876
Ogden Lane Nos.1 & 3
Brighouse
1904 1939
Old Burtersett
Old Flockton
Old Gawber
Old Hall
Hawes
Emroyd, Wakefield
Barnsley
Roberttown, Liversedge
1907
1886
1856
1874
1925
1927
1884
1890
1887
1896
1961
1898
1893
1878
1877
1916
1894
1863
1896
Abandoned in 1903.
Sinking from 1860 to 1864. Was a Pumping Station from 1961 to
1988.
Sinking from 1860 to 1864 and closed August 1953. Was a
Pumping Station from 1961 to 1988. Not listed as Nunnery until
c1890 so it may have had another name.
Sinking from 1901 to 1902. Might be High Hazels
Not worked 1915 to 1918
Not listed from 1861 to 1877.
Oaks, Old from 1897 to 1898.
Abandoned in February 1920. Discontinued May 1936.
Abandoned April 1937. Abandoned August 1945
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Sinking in 1876.
H. Mellors. 43 years. Closed 1939. Working plans suggest mine
started 1904. Listing begins 1909, continues to 1946, but working
was discontinued in December 1939. Not more than 25 men
employed. Plan located only for earliest period. Original held by
Thornhill Yorkshire Estates.
Reopened Aug. 1907
Sinking from 1874 to 1883.
Old Hall
Old Holmfield Pit
Old Mill Pit
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Boothtown, Halifax
Barnsley
1904 1912
1947 1948
1855 1883
Old Oaks
Barnsley
1838 1899
Old Oaks
Barnsley
1901 1918
Old Roundwood
Ossett, Wakefield
1853 1966
Old Silkstone
Dodworth, Barnsley
1855 1899
Old Silkstone Main
Worsbro� Park, Barnsley 1855 1884
Old Sovereign
Old Tarn
Old Town
Oldfieldnook
Olive Branch
Orchard
Orchard Lane
Orchard's Head
Dodworth, Barnsley
Saddleworth, Oldham
Barnsley
Cleckheaton
Mexborough, Rotherham
Handsworth, Sheffield
Beighton, Sheffield
Pontefract
1965
1873
1873
1861
1855
1927
1988
1901
Orgreave
Treeton
1855 1981
Orgreave Opencast
Treeton
Osmondthorpe, Railway
Osmondthorpe, Leeds
Pit
1969
1873
1876
1863
1860
1932
1988
1941
Abandoned 1911.
Old Oaks - first sunk 1838 - site later occupied by Barnsley Main.
Explosion - 12 & 13th December 1866 killed 334 plus 27 rescue
workers. A Pumping Station from 1904 to 1918. Shown on 1st
edition OS 1/10560 sheet as 'Oaks', but called 'Old Oaks' on the
1904 OS map.
Called Roundwood Colliery before 1901 and thereafter called Old
Roundwood. Sunk in 1853 and closed in April 1966.
Also see Dodworth. Sunk to Silkstone prior to 1862 and to
Whinmoor in 1927.
Abandoned April 1932
Pumping Station
Includes Eccleshill Sand Mine in 1915 and 1916.
Sunk to Barnsley in 1851 and the Silkstone in 1889-90. Closed in
October 1981.
1953 1955
1854 1928
Abandoned September 1928.
Osset Common
Ossett
Oughtibridge
Ouslethwaite
Wakefield
Ossett, Wakefield
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Worsborough, Barnsley
1855
1854
1861
1923
1860
1880
1899
1924
Outcrop
Halifax
1918 1962
Owlet Hall
Ox Close
Ox-Bow
Oxlee
Ozzings
Paddock
Paper Hall Opencast Site
Paradise
Park
Park
Park
Drighlington, Leeds
Ossett, Wakefield
Leeds
Hepworth, Holmfirth
Shelley, Huddersfield
Northowram, Halifax
Lepton, Huddersfield
Birstall, Dewsbury
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Northowram, Halifax
1855
1873
1966
1879
1874
1899
1955
1876
1873
1897
1897
Park
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
1897
Park
Park
Park (h)
Park Bottom
Park Brickworks Quarry
Huddersfield
1855
Brighouse
1909
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1912
Halifax
1855
Sheffield
1954
1872
1881
1897
1881
1900
1956
1877
1899
1897
1904
Mainly a Fireclay mine. Hard Bed, abandoned 01/07/1962, plan
15206.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
4 miles SE of Leeds - opencast
Sinking from 1874 to 1878.
D. Briggs & Co
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
R. Kershaw
J. Brooke & Sons
Walker & Co; Skirrow & Robertshaw 1902. 18 years Existed in
1897, and was worked more or less continuously until 1914, but it
1914
appears there was only surface work after 1911 (or underground
onwards
work force not returned?). Not more than 28 men employed.
Plans not available. Perhaps near Park surface quarry SE134251
1860
1912
Shaw, Hirst & Hardy
1912
Abandoned 1912
1869
1959
Park Farm
Park Gate
Heckmondwike
Chapeltown
1868 1905
1854 1878
Park Hill
Stanley, Wakefield
1876 1982
Park Lane
Ossett, Wakefield
1862 1885
Park Mill
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1877 1989
Park Nook
Park Side
Park View
Park View No.2
Park Wood
Parkgate (a)
Parkgate (b)
Parkwood
Parlington Opencast
Parr Town
Pasture
Pasture House
Pasture Pit
Peacock Pit
Pease Close
Elland, Halifax
Farnley, Leeds
Kimberworth
Kimberworth
Tong, Bradford
Rotherham
Rotherham
Neepsend
East Garforth, Leeds
Huddersfield
Oakenshaw, Bradford
Southowram, Halifax
Wyke, Bradford
Holbeck, Leeds
Huddersfield
1962
1921
1921
1924
1932
1856
1856
1916
1948
1854
1941
1859
1877
1861
Peckfield
Micklefield, Leeds
1888 1980
Peep Green
Pen Hill Opencast
Penhill
Hartshead, Bradford
Cudworth Common
West Witton, Leyburn
1861 1899
1957 1964
1882 1910
1988
1935
1923
1925
1961
1860
1860
1920
1952
1854
1944
1860
1880
1915
1883
Abandoned 1905
No.3 Pit sunk in 1876 to 1877. Opened in 1877 and closed in
December 1982.
This mine pioneered mechanical coal cutting in 1880. Closure
may have been in 1990.
Abandoned November 1935
Abandoned February 1926.
Discontinued in 1920.
Abandoned January 1944.
Messrs Naylor, & others
Sinking from 1877 to 1878.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. See Elland Road.
See Micklefield 1869 to 1888. No.1 Shaft sunk in 1872. Closed in
December 1980.
Not listed from 1876 to 1890.
Not worked in 1910.
Penn Field
Pepper Lane
Perseverance
Philadelphia
Pigeon Bridge
Drighlington, Leeds
Hunslet, Leeds
Wakefield
Gildersome, Leeds
Waleswood, Rotherham
1856
1855
1873
1894
1855
1864
1864
1876
1912
1860
Pildacre
Ossett, Wakefield
1872 1944
Pilley
Pilley Wood
Sheffield
Sheffield
1854 1858
1854 1854
Pindar Oaks
Barnsley
1867 1884
Pinfold
Pinfold
Brighouse
Fixby, Huddersfield
1902 1902
1940
Pinfold (a)
Elland, Halifax
1886 1909
Pinfold (b)
Ridge End
1878 1887
Pinfold (c)
Denby Dale
1908 1919
Pinfold Ridge
Pinfold, New
Pinfold, Old
Pisgah Farm
Pitsmoor
Platts
Plevna
Plumbley
Pocket Stile
Fixby, Huddersfield
Papist Hill
Denby Dale
Grange Moor, Wakefield
Sheffield
Ughill, Sheffield
Shipley, Bradford
Eckington, Sheffield
Brighouse
1902
1918
1927
1854
1907
1899
1896
1879
1909
1921
1917
1930
1860
1960
1901
1896
1882
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
Standing 1910 to 1933. Abandoned September 1936 and
abandoned July 1944.
Sunk in 1867. Closed after 1884 and reopened in 1918.
Abandoned 25/11/1922.
W. Collins
Marshall & Walker. This mine was closed in 1900 and re-opened
in 1902 according to the mine plan. Working began 1891.
J.H. Marshall
Reopened in 1938. Pinfold - Fireclay, Whinmoor, abandoned
10/07/1940, plan 12720.
Marshall & Walker
Abandoned in 1922.
Standing 1918 to 1919.
Pot Clay, abandoned 01/06/1960, plan 15178.
G. Vint & Sons
H.C. Goodyear; J. & C. Goodyear 1880
Pogmoor
Pogmoor Main
Pond
Pond
Ponker Hill
Pool Hill
Popplewell Pit
Popplewell Pit
Portland
Barnsley
Barnsley
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Lower Cumberworth
Denby Dale
Wyke, Bradford
Wyke, Bradford
Highburton
1856
1905
1903
1929
1925
1874
1856
1872
1880
Pot Clay
Deepcar, Sheffield
1905 1920
Pot House
Stocksbridge, Sheffield
1903 1941
Potter Hill
Potternewton
Poverty Hill
Poverty Hill
Premier
1877
1855
1888
1877
1898
Preston Main
Sheffield
Potternewton, Leeds
Castleton
Castleton
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Preston under Scar,
Leyburn
Leeds
Priest Booth
Todmorden
1937 1944
Primrose
Primrose
Primrose Hill
Hoylandswaine, Barnsley
Dolly Lane, Leeds
Swillington, Leeds
1935 1968
1873 1883
1947 1970
Preston
1867
1911
1908
1932
1964
1876
1894
1894
1887
1879
1877
1893
1893
1902
1892 1914
Abandoned
W. Collins; Exors. of H. Westwood 1907 onwards
Brookes Ltd. Discontinued 1930. Abandoned 1932
Fireclay, abandoned 01/12/1964, plan 15227.
Sinking from 1874 to 1876.
Sunk in 1856.
Sinking from 1880 to 1884.
Standing 1913 to 1916 Standing in 1920 and abandoned
01/11/1920, plan 7163.
Discontinued Janaury 1941. Clay Shale, Halifax Middle Bed,
abandoned 06/05/1946, plan 14100.
Sinking from 1877 to 1878.
Standing from 1888 to 1893.
T. Turner & Son
Not worked 1912 to 1914
1856 1858
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Discontinued November 1944.
Employment includes Midgelden Pasture No.3 and Saunder
Clough No.1.
Sinking from 1873 to 1883.
Called Allerton Main, Primrose Hill [sunk 1893] until 1947.
Primrose Hill
Primrose Lane
Primrose Main
Primrose Winter
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Mirfield
Barnsley
Barnsley
1861
1874
1888
1885
1904
1877
1913
1887
Prince of Wales
Pontefract
1869 2002
Prospect
Prospect
Prospect
Providence
Providence
Providence Works
Pudsey
Hartshead, Bradford
Roberttown, Liversedge
White Lee, Batley
Wakefield
East Ardsley, Leeds
Commondale
Pudsey, Leeds
1885
1876
1901
1855
1864
1887
1873
Pudsey Green Top
Pudsey, Leeds
1923 1934
Pulling Hill
Punchard
Purston
Purston
Pye Wood (a)
Quaker Lane
Quaker Lane (c)
Quarry
Denby Dale
Arkengarthdale
Purston Jaglin, Pontefract
Purston Jaglin, Pontefract
Darton, Barnsley
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Halifax
1873
1887
1855
1877
1907
1859
1879
1907
1887
1883
1903
1880
1864
1893
1879
1887
1927
1860
1921
1884
1887
1907
Closed March 1970.
Standing 1905 to 1911. Abandoned 1912.
Sinking from 1874 to 1876.
According to the NCB Statistics Department the mine was sunk in
1869. New Shaft sunk to Haigh Moor in 1872 and the Silkstone in
1894. Sinking to the Beeston in 1920. It was a training centre in
1948. Drift to Beeston from New Pit bottom. Closed August
2002.
Blocking = 2 ft 4 ins thick.
Standing in 1889. See also Commondale
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
Had been called Green Top. Discontinued June 1931. Abandoned
June 1934
Sinking from 1873 to 1887.
Or Punchard Gill. Discontinued 1927. Abandoned 1929
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Sinking
= Pyewood
Quarry Hill
Quarry House (a)
Quarry House (b)
Quarry House (c)
Quarry Wood Drift
Quarry Wood No.2
Quebec
Nunthorpe
Northowram, Halifax
Northowram, Halifax
Northowram, Halifax
Whitley
Whitley
Huddersfield
1928
1854
1854
1877
1947
1962
1854
1933
1860
1883
1903
1953
1967
1857
Queen�s Head
Halifax - Bradford
1854 1862
Queen's Drift
Queensbury
Raddle
Radfield
Barnsley
Queensbury, Bradford
Micklebring
Eccleshill
1894
1863
1901
1897
Railway
Osmondthorpe, Leeds
1854 1928
Rainsforth
Rainstorth
Rakelands
Rakes
Ramsden Wood
Ramsden's
Rastrick
Rattan Row
Sheffield
Thorpe, Rotherham
Bierley, Bradford
Leeds
Walsden, Todmorden
Deepcar, Sheffield
Brighouse
Whitwood, Normanton
1888
1907
1877
1855
1907
1928
1901
1888
Ravels
Churwell, Leeds
1876 1928
Ravens Lodge
Ravensthorpe
Dewsbury
Ravensthorpe, Wakefield
1861 1902
1866 1887
1899
1885
1913
1899
1894
1914
1891
1860
1911
1937
1902
1898
Prospecting 1928 and abandoned 1933.
Abandoned September 1881 and in 1902.
Discontinued
Standing in 1903 and 1904 and from 1907 to 1913
R. Roper
Also called Osmondthorpe, Railway Pit. Standing c1909 to 1920.
Abandoned September 1928.
Abandoned May 1914
Abandoned
Abandoned September 1937
Sunderland & Mellors
Sinking from 1876 to 1878. Standing 1911 to 1914. Reopened
1927 and abandoned 02/11/1928. May also be called Raffles Pit
Raw Royds
Rawden
Rawfolds
Rawmarsh
Rawmarsh (a)
Rawmarsh (b)
Rawmarsh (c)
Rawmarsh (d)
Rawmarsh, Albany and
Royal Oak
Rayner Road
Red Hall Opencast
Gildersome Street, Leeds
Bradford
Cleckheaton
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
1873
1855
1890
1854
1854
1875
1854
1854
1877
1861
1891
1918
1896
1880
1879
1864
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
1868 1872
Brighouse
Wakefield
1901 1907
1956 1957
Red Hill (a)
Shelley, Huddersfield
1915 1921
Red Hill (b)
Tong Street, Bradford
1870 1924
Redbrook
Barugh, Barnsley
1901 1987
Redhill
Reservoir
Shelley, Huddersfield
Worsborough, Barnsley
1861 1871
1888 1891
Rhodes Pit
Oakenshaw, Bradford
1888 1911
Riccall
Riccall, Selby
1978 2004
Riddings Drift
South Kirkby
1969 1973
Sinking from 1873 to 1877.
Not listed from 1868 to 1896.
S. Cliffe & Sons
Also called Cross Lane Clay Mine. Probably closed and reopened
c1915. Abandoned in 1921.
Sinking from 1901 and 1902. Standing 1903 to 1911. Abandoned
1912. Reopened in 1918 and abandoned October 1921. Driving
drift from surface in 1913. Working in 1918. New shaft sunk in
1982 at Redbrook for ventilation. Worked as part of Dodworth.
Closed 22/12/1987.
Reopened in 1890. See Red Hill (a)
Standing from 1908 to 1911. Called Rhodes Pit on the 1908
edition, but was Royd Pit on the 1894 edition.
Production began in January 1988. From 1998/99 onwards Riccall
- Whitemoor. Closed on 26/10/2004.
Driven from South Kirkby Colliery in 1969 and production began
in June 1969. Ferrymoor and Riddings merged on 01/04/1973.
Ridge End
Ridings
Riley Lane
Ringinglow
Roadside Nos.1 & 2
Fixby, Huddersfield
Dewsbury
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Sheffield
Thornton, Bradford
1915
1855
1874
1907
1924
Rob Royd
Dodworth, Barnsley
1897 1982
Dodworth, Barnsley
1947 1952
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Beeston, Leeds
Roberttown, Liversedge
Roberttown, Liversedge
Robin Hood
Lofthouse, Wakefield
Elland, Halifax
1909
1888
1854
1854
1854
1894
-
Roche
Carlinghow, Batley
1875 1930
Rock
Rock View
Burmantofts, Leeds
Whitworth
1854 1910
1869 1869
Rockingham
Hoyland, Barnsley
1873 1979
Rockingham
Hoyland, Barnsley
1982 1988
Rob Royd & Strafford
Silkstone
Robertown
Roberttown
Roberttown (a)
Roberttown (b)
Robin Hood
Robin Hood, Jane Pit
Robinsons
1916
1899
1875
1911
1960
1909
1892
1887
1878
1913
1947
1958
Closed 25/03/1988.
P. Normington
Sinking from 1874 to 1875.
Part of Thornton Fireclay Works
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Sunk in 1896? Discontinued
August 1935. Used as a Pumping Station from 1944 to 1952 and
from 1970 to 1987. May also be called Hound Hill.
Pumping Station
Standing 1931 to 1936
Abandoned 18/10/1958.
Abandoned 18/11/1924. Discontinued 1930 and abandoned
February 1932.
Standing in 1909 and 1910 and abandoned in 1911
Sinking from 1873 to 1875. Merged with Wharncliffe Silkstone in
June 1967 and closed 20/11/1979. Used as a Pumping Station
from 1982 to 1988
Sunk 1873 to 1875. Merged with Wharncliffe Silkstone in June
1967 and closed in November 1979. Used as a Pumping Station
from 1982 to 1988
Rockley
Rockley, Barnsley
1862 1881
Rockley (a)
Rockley, Barnsley
1868 1885
Rockwell
Roman Ridge
Rook
Rookes
Rooks
Rooley Pit
Rosa
Rose Hill
Rosedale Head
Ross
Bradford
Wincobank, Sheffield
Halifax
Hipperhome, Bradford
Hipperholme, Halifax
Odsal, Bradford
Barnsley
Dodworth, Barnsley
Westerdale
Beeston, Leeds
1861
1913
1861
1876
1861
1918
1871
1891
1877
1881
Rossington Main
Rossington, Doncaster
1912 -
Rotherham Main
Rotherham
1890 1954
Rotherham Main
Rotherham
1955 1965
Rothwell
Rothwell Haigh
Rothwell Haigh, Beeston
Pit
Rothwell Haigh, Cousins
Pit
Rothwell Haigh, Fanny
Pit
Rothwell Haigh, Rose Pit
Rothwell, Leeds
Rothwell, Leeds
1950 1983
1854 1925
Sinking from 1912 to 1915. Closed by British Coal in 1993, but
worked by RJB from 1994 onwards
Sunk 1890 to 1893. Closed in May 1954 and used as a Pumping
Station from 1955 to 1965.
Sunk 1890 to 1893. Closed in May 1954 and used as a Pumping
Station from 1955 to 1965.
Formerly Rothwell Haigh, Fanny. Closed 09/12/1983.
Sunk c1841?
Rothwell, Leeds
1870 1947
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Sinking 1870 to 1871.
Rothwell, Leeds
1867 -
Sunk 1867.
Rothwell, Leeds
1867 1949
Rothwell, Leeds
1896 1923
1882
1918
1862
1894
1872
1919
1883
1912
1877
1883
Seems to have closed c1886 and was reopened briefly in 1919.
Was used as a Pumping Station in 1988
Abandoned
See Rookes
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Standing in 1920 to 1922..
Abandoned
Sinking around 1867. Became Rothwell under the NCB and
closed in 1983.
Rose Pit was sunk between 1847 and 1853 (Goodchild, 2000)
Rough Hey
Round Green
Round Hill
Round Wood
Roundhill
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
1897
Worsbrough Dale, Barnsley 1907
Gomersal
1907
Ossett, Wakefield
1853
Leeds
1855
1900
1916
1911
1966
1860
Roundwood
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
1870 1945
Roundwood (a)
Rowley
Rowley Bottom
Royd
Royd Edge
Royd House
Roydhouse
Royds
Royds
Royds Hall Opencast
Royston
Ossett, Wakefield
Huddersfield
Lepton, Huddersfield
Deepcar, Sheffield
Meltham, Huddersfield
Huddersfield
Shelley, Huddersfield
Wortley, Leeds
Holbeck, Leeds
Oulton, Leeds
Royston
1855
1855
1933
1909
1907
1893
1916
1888
1878
1948
1907
Royston Drift
Royston
1976 1989
Ryhill Main
Ryhill
1874 1923
Rylands Main
Saddle Hall
Sand Pit
Sandy Road
Barnsley
Bradley, Huddersfield
Rothwell, Leeds
Todmorden
1890
1915
1854
1944
1899
1883
1936
1918
1920
1893
1922
1913
1913
1952
1908
1898
1918
1966
Walker & Co
Abandoned
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Later called Old Roundwood.
Sunk 1870. Included Silverwood from June 1931 to 1945. The
NCB took over Roundwood and Silverwood Collieries - known as
Silverwood.
See Old Roundwood after 1899
Abandoned September 1936. Abandoned 04/09/1936.
Standing 1915 to 1918. Abandoned 14/05/1920.
Abandoned 1922
Abandoned 1879.
Sinking 1907 and standing in 1908
Two drifts driven from the old Hemsworth pit yard in 1976.
Production began on 13/09/1976 and closed 08/09/1989.
Sinking from 1874 to 1876. Closed 12/09/1923 and abandoned
1924.
Open work 1916 to 1918
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
In the Flower Scar area.
Saunder Clough
Todmorden
1889 1961
Discontinued April 1915. Abandoned 1917. Reopened c1925.
Discontinued November 1944.
Saunder Clough No.2
Savile
Savile (a)
Todmorden
Methley, Leeds
Adwalton, Leeds
1945 1960
1873 1985
1890 1902
Sinking from 1873 to 1877. Closed in August 1985.
Saville
Chickenley
1871 1924
Scholes
Scholes (a)
Scholes (b)
Scholes (c)
Scholes, Cleckheaton
Cleckheaton
Cleckheaton
Cleckheaton
Thorpe Common,
Rotherham
1855
1858
1873
1873
Scholes (d)
1928
1860
1897
1877
1861 1905
Scholes (e)
Thorpe Hesley, Rotherham 1913 1934
School Lane
School Wells Drift
Schoolfield
Schrogg
Scotland
Scrafton
Scratch Lane
Seacroft
Sedbusk
Sedbusk
Seventeens
Shafton
Dewsbury Moor, Dewsbury 1903
Penistone
1914
Rastrick, Brighouse
1897
Huddersfield
1877
Gomersal
1862
West Scrafton, Leyburn
1885
Gomersal
1861
Seacroft, Leeds
1859
High Abbotside, Hawes
1882
High Abbotside, Hawes
1882
Clifton, Brighouse
1862
Barnsley
1854
1903
1962
1901
1893
1879
1891
1869
1882
1913
1887
1872
1862
Not listed from 1905 to 1913. Standing in 1922. Part of Shaw
Cross.
Standing 1905 to 1919. Abandoned November 1928.
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
Sinking from 1873 to 1875.
Closed between c1896 and 1912?
Includes New Hold 1918 to 1932. Not worked since December
1932. Abandoned August 1934
See Bullhouse (School Wells Drift) from 1948 to 1962.
Blackburn & Co; J. Vickerman 1899 onwards
Sinking from 1877 to 1878.
Or Scrafton Moor. Standing in 1904 and abandoned in 1905
See Abbotside
Shafton
Shafton
Shafton Two Gates
Sharlston
Sharlston
Sharlston (a)
Sheffield
Cudworth, Barnsley
Barnsley
New Sharlston, Wakefield
Sharlston, Wakefield
Sharlston, Wakefield
1956
1923
1877
1947
1858
1888
1956
1926
1877
1991
1993
1927
Sharlston West
Crofton, Wakefield
1894 1953
Shaw Bank
Shaw Cross
Shaw House
Shaw Lane
Sheepcroft
Sheffield
Shelf
Shelf (a)
Shelf (b)
Shelf (c)
Shelley
Shertcliffe
Shibden
Shibden (a)
Shibden Dale
Worsbrough Dale, Barnsley 1916
Dewsbury
1876
Bolsterstone, Sheffield
1873
Clough Hole, Halifax
1855
Northowram, Halifax
1881
Sheffield
1854
Shelf, Bradford
1880
Shelf, Bradford
1854
Shelf, Bradford
1855
Shelf, Bradford
1854
Shelley, Huddersfield
1854
Hunsworth, Bradford
1893
Shibden, Halifax
1855
Shibden Dale, Halifax
1861
Shibden Dale, Halifax
1856
Shibden Hall
Shibden, Halifax
1866 1953
Abandoned October 1890 and January 1926. Also called Well
Royd?
Shibden Hall Brick &
Tile Works
Shibden, Halifax
1888 1893
Linked to Lister Pit by a tramway,
1925
1968
1888
1890
1883
1929
1883
1872
1857
1875
1893
1862
1887
1869
Abandoned February 1926.
See New Sharlston
Sunk in 1858 and closed in July 1993.
Sinking 1873 to 1883. See Walton from 1873 to 1884 and from
1954 to 1980.
Abandoned 31/01/1925.
Closed in August 1968.
Abandoned November 1890.
Crowther, Crowther & Crowther
See Soaphouse between 1855 and 1860.
May have closed in 1929 - at Brow Lane, Shelf.
Shibden Head
Shipley
Shipley (a)
Shipley (b)
Shipley Coal
Shipley Moor (a)
Shipley Moor (aa)
Shipley Moor (b)
Ambler Thorn, Halifax
Shipley, Bradford
Shipley, Bradford
Shipley, Bradford
Shipley, Bradford
Shipley, Bradford
Shipley, Halifax
Shipley, Bradford
1870
1888
1863
1865
1888
1864
1870
1865
1899
1924
1865
1874
1896
1883
1877
1885
Shireoaks
Shireoaks
1856 1990
Shireoaks No.3
Shireoaks Nos.1 & 2
Shugden (a)
Shugden (b)
Shugden Head
Shugden Head (a)
Shuttle Eye
Shireoaks
Shireoaks
Bradshaw, Halifax
Bradshaw, Halifax
Bradshaw, Halifax
Bradshaw, Halifax
Grange Moor, Wakefield
1924
1856
1855
1870
1856
1858
1877
Sidcup Main
Cudworth
1907 1921
Siddal
Siddal Top
Silica Fireclay Mine
Silkstone
Silkstone (a)
Silkstone (c)
Silkstone (d)
Silkstone Banks
Halifax
Siddal, Halifax
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Barnsley
Higham, Barnsley
Whitwood, Normanton
Silkstone, Barnsley
Barnsley
1915
1974
1882
1854
1873
1869
1928
1875
1990
1990
1898
1883
1882
1872
1973
1901
1974
1912
1867
1867
1899
1930
1878
Worked from 1911 to 1913 with Ford Hill.
Part of Shipley Fireclay Works at Low Wood.
Sinking from 1854 to 1859. It merged with Steetley on
27/03/1983 and closed in June 1990.
Sunk 1924-26. Closed 26/05/1990.
Closed 26/05/1990.
May have been working in 1856 and close in April 1973.
Waterlogged from 1908 to 1910. Abandoned in December 1922.
At Shafton Brickyard, Cudworth.
Standing 1915 to 1916.
Opened c1974 by S. Wilkinson & Sons Ltd.
May have been working in 1854.
Discontinued February 1928. Abandoned September 1930
Silkstone Clay Mine
Silkstone Common
Silkstone Fall
Silkstone Main
Silkstone Main
Silkstone New, or
Higham
Silverwood
Sim Hill
Simon Wood
Simpson Pit
Sinking Wood
Six Lanes End
Skiers Spring
Skiers Spring
Slack Hill
Slaters
Slead
Sledbrook
Smear Hall
Smedles
Smelter Wood
Smithey Place
Smithies
Barnsley
Silkstone Common,
Barnsley
Dodworth, Barnsley
Silkstone Common,
Barnsley
Silkstone, Barnsley
1879 1893
Barnsley
1868 1872
Thrybergh
Thurgoland, Sheffield
Elsecar, Barnsley
Farnley, Leeds
Huddersfield
Flockton, Wakefield
Hoyland Common,
Barnsley
Rotherham
Barnsley
Southowram, Halifax
Southowram, Halifax
Hazlehead, Holmfirth
Wray, Lancaster
Bowling, Bradford
Sheffield
Honley, Bradford
Barnsley
1899
1862
1869
1885
1855
1886
1855 1945
Sinking 1923 to 1924 and merged with Wentworth Silkstone in
January 1961
Not listed from 1875 to 1892. Temporarily closed 30/06/1925.
1915 1926
Abandoned February 1926.
1856 1875
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
1923 1961
1994
1872
1903
1903
1888
1894
Sinking from 1899 to 1904. Closed 23/12/1994.
Closed c1903.
Abandoned 1903.
Reopened briefly in 1921
1915 1977
Sinking from 1915 to 1920. Last coal cut 14/01/1977.
1879
1877
1897
1899
1893
1896
1868
1920
1856
1876
Ironstone, abandoned November 1879.
1882
1877
1904
1900
1958
1896
1872
1929
1863
1894
W. Thwaite
Fawthrop Bros
Abandoned November 19th 1929
Smithies (a)
Birstall, Dewsbury
1855 1888
Smithy Bridge
Barnsley
1869 1869
Smithy Hill
Liversedge, Dewsbury
1868 1874
Smithy Wood
Ecclesfleld, Sheffield
1932 1972
Smut Hole
Snapethorpe
Snowgatehead
Snydale
Hazlehead, Holmfirth
Wakefield
Huddersfield
Whitwood, Normanton
1902
1864
1876
1861
Soaphouse
Sheffield
1855 1871
Soft Band Drift
Hazlehead, Holmfirth
1915 1935
Softley
Soil Hill
Soothill
Hazlehead, Holmfirth
Ovenden, Halifax
Batley, Dewsbury
1923 1924
1855 1879
1854 1930
Soothill Wood
Batley, Dewsbury
1873 1928
Soughley
Hazlehead, Holmfirth
1925 1933
South Edge
Hipperhome, Bradford
1891 1932
South Elmsall
South Elmsall, Doncaster
1924 1993
South Grain
Todmorden
1856 1937
South Hiendley
South Kirkby
South Hiendley
South Kirkby, Pontefract
1891 1918
1876 1988
1914
1881
1896
1965
Also called New Gawber. Sunk prior to 1869 - also called New
Gawber
Included with Norfolk until 1931. Smithy Wood was sunk in 1890
and modernised in 1954. Close in December 1972.
Sunk in 1862 and closed in August 1965.
This mine may also be the one entered as Sheffield from 1855 to
1860 fit.
Not worked in 1922 and 1926. Reopened November 1927.
Discontinued October 4th 1928. Maintenance work only 1933 to
1935. Discontinued 1935.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Abandoned March 1930
Sinking from 1873 to 1876. Discontinued September 1927.
Abandoned 18/02/1928.
Abandoned 25/03/1933
W.H. Bentley, Ledgard & Naylor 1893 onwards. Not listed after
1897. Mine idle 1932 to 1937.
Sinking from 1920 to 1923 and was closed in November 1993.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Closed 1903 and reopened
c1931
Abandoned in 1920.
Sinking from 1876 to 1883. Closed 25/03/1988.
Southages
Rastrick, Brighouse
1899 1955
Southedge
Southedge
Southedge
Hipperhome, Bradford
Hipperhome, Bradford
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
1903 1907
1907 1907
1932 1937
Southfield
Liversedge, Dewsbury
1888 1934
Southfield
Southfield Lane
Southgates
Southowram
Southowram
Sovereign
Sowden
Sowden Pit No.4
Sowerby Gate
Spa House
Speedwell
Speedwell
Spen Bank
Spen Vale
Spink Hall
Drighlington, Leeds
Bradford
Rastrick, Brighouse
Southowram, Halifax
Southowram, Halifax
Dodworth, Barnsley
Farnley, Leeds
Farnley, Leeds
High Abbotside, Hawes
Wakefield
Mapplewell, Barnsley
Nab End
Cleckheaton
Heckmondwike
Sheffield
1887
1873
1898
1854
1965
1880
1924
1921
1921
1854
1901
1911
1901
1873
Spinkwell
Bradford
1903 1911
1887
1873
1938
1898
1854
1969
1894
1932
1922
1924
1867
1909
1914
1901
1889
Includes Southages Nos.10 & 11 from 1924 to January 1935.
Bentley & Smith; S. Marshall & Sons 1937 onwards. 57 years.
Sunk 1899, worked almost without a break until 1939; reopened
1946 and finally closed 1955. Employed up to 150 men about
1900. Good detailed plans. Originals held by Thornhill Yorkshire
Estates.
J. Brooke & Sons
G. Walker
Brookes Ltd
Discontinued June 1929. Discontinued August 1934 and
abandoned December 1935
Sinking
= Southages?
Baines, Whiteley & Rushworth
Pumping Station
See Staggs Fell
Abandoned
Name given as Mapplewell
J. Pearson
Sinking 1911 to 1914.
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
Moulson & Mellors; Spinkwell Quarries 1907; Moulson &
Mellors 1908 onwards. Standing from 1911 to 1913. Off Bolton
Road?
Mainly fireclay
Spitewinter
Spring End
Bradfield, Sheffield
Wakefield
1948 1949
1855 1857
Spring Gardens
Drighlington, Leeds
1855 1927
Spring Gardens
Spring Grove
Spring Vale
Spring Wood
Spring Wood
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield 1919
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1919
Crookes, Sheffield
1884
Ecclesfleld, Sheffield
1878
Rainsworth
1918
Springfield
Shibden, Halifax
1944 1987
Springfield
Springfield Farm
Springfield Thorn
Springhall
Springwood
Springwood
St David's
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Shibden, Halifax
Morley, Leeds
Lightcliffe, Brighouse
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Huddersfield
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
1876
1938
1927
1931
1934
1862
1862
St Helen's
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
1902 1929
Standing in 1905. Discontinued February 1929 and abandoned
February 1930
St John�s
Normanton
1870 1973
Sinking c1868. Production ended at the end of August 1973.
St John�s (d)
Normanton
1854 1883
St John�s Cliff
Wakefield
1854 1854
Staggs Fell
Stainborough
High Abbotside, Hawes
Barnsley
1885 1925
1854 1860
1921
1927
1887
1887
1923
1877
1945
1927
1931
1936
1877
1881
Includes Lumb Wood from 1914 to 1927. Abandoned May 1913
and reopened c1928
Abandoned 30/09/1927.
Sinking from 1884 to 1887.
Mainly a Fireclay mine. Formerly (1947-1949) called Springfield
Farm
Sinking from 1876 to 1877.
Mainly a Fireclay mine.
Abandoned 02/04/1927.
W. & J. Glossop Ltd
Discontinued January 1936. Abandoned December 1937
Sinking began in 1862.
Not worked 1914 to 1918
Or Stainborough Park.
Staincliffe
Staincross
Stainton
Stanbury Moor
Dewsbury
Smithies, Barnsley
Stainton
Stanbury, Keighley
1855
1918
1887
1861
1901
1927
1926
1864
Stanhope
Silkstone, Barnsley
1901 1930
Stanhope Shaft
Stanhope Silkstone Main
Stanley
Stanley Main
Stannington
Stannington Wood
Star
Star
Star Farm Opencast
Starnhill
Station
Station Road
Steel Bank
Higham
Silkstone, Barnsley
Stanley, Wakefield
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Stannington, Sheffield
Stannington, Sheffield
Netherton, Wakefield
Netherton, Wakefield
Lepton, Huddersfield
Sheffield
Birkenshaw, Bradford
Hipperhome, Bradford
Walkley, Sheffield
1986
1876
1855
1868
1873
1876
1923
1858
1961
1888
1925
1911
1882
Steetley
Steetley
1873 1985
Sticker Lane
Stile Common
Bowling, Bradford
Huddersfield
1921 1923
1884 1885
Stillingfleet
Stillingfleet, Selby
1978 2004
Stockdale
Stocksbridge
Muker
Stocksbridge, Sheffield
1910 1930
1861 1948
1988
1899
1880
1927
1883
1905
1924
1887
1961
1905
1930
1922
1887
Not lised from 1868 to 1880. Abandoned in 1901.
Abandoned 13/03/1927.
Not worked 1918 to 1921. Not worked in 1927.
Prospecting.
= Stanhope Silkstone. Seams abandoned on 18/06/1928. Used as a
pumping station until September 1930.
Pumping Station
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Ferry Pit
Abandoned 10/08/1927.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Abandoned 12/02/1924.
Standing 1902 to 1905 and abandoned in 1905.
Discontinued in May 1930. Abandoned January 1932.
Sunk 1873 to 1876. Merged with Shireoaks on 27/03/1983 and its
coal taken up the drift at Shireoaks.
Abandoned October 1923.
Production began in January 1988. Incorporated North Selby from
1998 and closed on 30/07/2004.
Opening
Sunk 1890. Called - Stocksbridge No.1 from 1912 to 1927.
Closed in April 1948.
Stocksbridge No.3
Stocksbridge, New
Stocksmoor
Stone
Stoney Brow
Stoney Royd
Stonyhall
Stopes
Storrs
Storrs Bridge
Storrs Bridge Nos.1 & 2
Storrs Hill
Storrs Mill
Storth & Tonge Royd
Stocksbridge, Sheffield
Stocksbridge, Sheffield
Wakefield
Halifax
Siddal, Halifax
Thornhill, Dewsbury
Halifax
Stannington, Sheffield
Loxley, Sheffield
Loxley, Sheffield
Loxley, Sheffield
South Ossett
Cudworth
Elland, Halifax
1912
1914
1858
1918
1914
1943
1855
1901
1891
1878
1936
1901
1957
1954
1915
1927
1883
1947
1915
1947
1869
1905
1980
1935
1982
1908
1957
1955
Storth (a)
Hawes
1877 1922
Storth (b)
Storth (c)
Storth No.3
Storth Nos.1 & 2
Elland, Halifax
Elland, Halifax
Elland, Halifax
Elland, Halifax
1888
1888
1953
1915
Strafford Main
Dodworth, Barnsley
1855 1935
Strawberry Bank
Strawberry Lea No.2
Stream Head
Street Lane
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Dore, Sheffield
Bradford
Leeds
1866
1940
1854
1854
1918
1905
1955
1961
1918
1945
1860
1860
Sinking 1914.
Discontinued October 1941. Abandoned 29/05/1947.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Not listed from 1895 to 1900.
Closed 16/07/1982.
Standing 1904 to 1908.
Standing from 1891 to 1893 and from 1916 to 1919 and in 1921,
but re-opened in 1920. Standing in 1926.
Not working from 1901 to 1905.
Abandoned 17/11/1953 (?).
Abandoned 26/03/1960.
Discontinued August 1935. Used as a Pumping Station from 1944
to 1945 and from 1981 to 1988. See Rob Royd.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Street Lane (a)
Street Lane (b)
Gildersome, Leeds
Gildersome, Leeds
1876 1879
1876 1880
Street Lane (c)
Gildersome, Leeds
1901 1952
Street Lane No.2
Gildersome, Leeds
1935 1936
Streethouse
Strinesdale
Stubbin
Stubbin
Stubbin House
Stubbin Lane
Stubbins
Stubley
Stubley Farm
Stubley Farm
Studfield Hill
Summer Leys
Summerfield
Pontefract
Saddleworth, Oldham
Denby Dale
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Denby Dale
Handsworth, Sheffield
Hipperhome, Bradford
Heckmondwike, Leeds
Heckmondwike, Leeds
Gomersal, Leeds
Loxley, Sheffield
Idle, Bradford
Idle, Bradford
1873
1856
1911
1908
1952
1873
1900
1855
1861
1873
1907
1846
1897
Sunny Bank
Southowram, Halifax
1877 1914
Sunny Bank (a)
Sunny Bank (b)
Sunny Vale
Swaithe Main
Swalesmoor
Swallow Hill
Birkenshaw, Bradford
1876
Birkenshaw, Bradford
1913
Southowram, Halifax
1898
Worsbrough Dale, Barnsley 1861
Northowram, Halifax
1845
Barugh, Barnsley
1945
1883
1869
1919
1927
1961
1876
1901
1860
1867
1873
1909
1852
1897
1879
1915
1962
1894
1947
Sinking from 1876 to 1878.
Sinking from 1876 to 1878.
Standing from 1904 to 1909 and from 1913 to 1927. Reopened in
1928. Abandoned October 1935. Reopened by 1944. Closed 1952
Abandoned February 1936. Employment included with Street
Lane
Abandoned 19/11/1927.
Sinking from 1873 to 1876.
J. Brooke & Sons
Sinking
Messrs Vint
E.S. Vint
Abandoned May 1st 1889. Discontinued in 1909 and 1910.
Abandoned 30/09/1914. Abandoned 19/05/1915.
Abandoned in 1915.
Plan No.8531 - 80 Yard Band abandoned January 1st 1922.
Sunk about 1860. Explosion on 06/12/1875 - 143 killed.
Sunk 1845
Developing from 1945 to 1947,
Swallow Hill
Swallow Nest
Swallow Wood
Swallownest
Swallows
Swan Bank
Swan Bank (a)
Swillington Park
Swillington Quarry
Darton, Barnsley
Sheffield
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
Barugh, Barnsley
Mosbrough, Sheffield
Siddal, Halifax
Siddal, Halifax
Swillington, Leeds
Swillington, Leeds
1855
1854
1854
1948
1854
1854
1921
1996
1894
1854
1860
1949
1852
1860
1874
1923
1996
Swindell Hill
Whitley Upper
1927 1945
Swinton Common
Swinton
1874 1929
Swinton Park Gate
Syke Ing
Syke Pit
Sykes
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
Dewsbury
Wibsey, Bradford
Drighlington, Leeds
1854
1855
1869
1855
Sykes� Blendings
Tong, Bradford
1865 1867
Tan Hill
Muker
1876 1938
Tanhouse Lane
Tanhouse Mill
Tankersley
Tankersley
Tankersley Park
Taylor Hill
Hopton, Dewsbury
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Thorncliffe, Sheffield
Thorncliffe, Sheffield
Tankersley, Sheffield
Flockton, Wakefield
1937
1868
1867
1928
1977
1884
1857
1869
1894
1885
1838
1887
1927
1947
1988
1887
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Closed in 1852
Abandoned November 1923.
Abandoned 01/06/1927. Reopened in 1930 and abandoned
February 1945.
Sinking in 1874 but only listed from 1924 to 1929. Abandoned
30/07/1929.
Sunk 1854
Sunk 1877. On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Sunk 1852 by Terry & Co.
Coal was mined at Tanhill from the mediaeval period. Abandoned
July 1935. Abandoned 1938.
Sunk 1873. Used as a Pumping Station in 1928 and in 1947.
Pumping Station.
Pumping Station
Sinking from 1884 to 1887.
Taylor Hill
Taylor Mills
Taylor Mills
Tempest
Temple
Tenter Croft
Thickthorn
1855
1884
1908
1873
1913
1888
1874
Thorncliffe
Thorncliffe Green
Thorncliffe Spring
Huddersfield
Oakenshaw, Bradford
Oakenshaw, Bradford
Adwalton, Leeds
Swillington, Leeds
Wortley, Leeds
Leeds
Silkstone Common,
Barnsley
Silkstone Common,
Barnsley
Thorncliffe, Sheffield
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Dogley Bar, Huddersfield
Thorne
Moorends, Doncaster
1909 1956
Thornhill
Thornhill
Thornley Silkstone
Thornton (a)
Thornton (b)
Thornton (c)
Thornton (d)
Thornton (e)
Thornton (f)
Thornton (g)
Thornton (h)
Thornhill, Dewsbury
Thornhill, Dewsbury
Thurgoland, Sheffield
Thornton, Bradford
Thornton, Bradford
Thornton, Bradford
Thornton, Bradford
Thornton, Bradford
Thornton, Bradford
Thornton, Bradford
Thornton, Bradford
1948
1855
1893
1854
1854
1861
1870
1898
1861
1864
1873
Thimble Lodge
Thimble Wood
1871
1889
1928
1874
1968
1902
1875
1942 1945
Abandoned December 1928.
Sinking
Sinking 1913 to 1914. Became part of Waterloo Main from 1947.
Sinking from 1874 to 1875.
Discontinued November 1943. Abandoned January 1945
1940 1945
1854 1955
1877 1913
1880 1893
1972
1857
1910
1869
1860
1870
1881
1924
1899
1869
1877
Production ended 02/04/1955.
Sinking from 1878 to 1879.
Sinking from 1880 to 1882.
Sinking from 1909 and production began in 1924. Closed in
September 1956.
Closed in April 1972 and included Ingham's and Combs.
See Combs & Inghams from 1858 to 1947.
Abandoned
Standing 1915 to 1916
Thornton Heights
Thornton Moor
Thornton Road
Thornton Road (a)
Thornton, Bradford
Bradford
Thornton, Bradford
Thornton, Bradford
1892
1897
1855
1858
1892
1897
1860
1871
Thorpe
Thorpe Hesley, Rotherham 1978 1988
Thorpe Common
Thorpe Hall
Thorpe Hesley
Thorpe Hesley
Three Nuns
Threshfield
Threshfield
Throstle Nest
Rotherham
Knosthorpe, Leeds
Thorpe Hesley, Rotherham
Thorpe Hesley, Rotherham
Hartshead, Bradford
Threshfield, Skipton
Threshfield, Skipton
Lepton, Huddersfield
1854
1854
1874
1901
1897
1901
1847
1909
Thrybergh Hall
Kilnhurst, Rotherham
1854 1923
Thurcroft Main
Thurgoland
Thurston Clough
Thurstonland
Thurstonland (a)
Thurstonland (b)
Thurstonland (c)
Thurstonland (d)
Thurstonland Bank
Thurstonland No.2
Tingle Bridge
Thurcroft, Rotherham
Wortley, Sheffield
Delph, Oldham
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Brockholes, Huddersfield
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Barnsley
1909
1854
1916
1854
1859
1870
1873
1879
1875
1911
1877
1869
1860
1876
1903
1928
1905
1900
1931
1991
1887
1936
1863
1869
1877
1887
1910
1876
1912
1892
F. Haigh
W. Jenning
See Thorpe Hesley? Used as a Pumping Station from 1978 to
1988.
Sinking from 1874 to 1876.
Abandoned November 1928.
Sunk in 1901 and abandoned 04/11/1905.
Standing in 1900. These are very old pits.
Discontinued July 1931.
Called Thrybergh from 1854 to 1857. Also called Kilnhurst
Colliery. Closed 1988.
Sinking 1909 to 1912. Closed 06/12/1991.
Abandoned 05/01/1922 and abandoned August 1936
Sinking from 1873 to 1877.
Not listed from 1882 to 1900.
Abandoned
Sinking from 1877 to 1880. See Willow Main in 1888.
Tingle Pit
Tinsley Park
Tinsley Park Nos 2 & 4
Tivydale
Tivydale No.2
Todmorden Moor No.1
Todmorden Moor No.2
Toftshaw Bottom
Toftshaw Moor
Toftshaw Moor
Toll Bar House
Tom Hill
Tom Royd
Tom Royd
Tong
Tong (a)
Tong (b)
Tong (c)
Tong (d)
Tong Lane
Tong Moor
Tong No.1
Tong Street (a)
Tong Street (b)
Tong Street (c)
Tong Street (d)
Farnley, Leeds
Tinsley Park, Sheffield
Tinsley Park, Sheffield
Cawthorne
Cawthorne
Dulesgate, Todmorden
Dulesgate, Todmorden
Hunsworth, Bradford
East Bierley, Bradford
East Bierley, Bradford
Cawthorne
Dungworth, Sheffield
Huddersfield
Silkstone Common,
Barnsley
Bowling, Bradford
Tong, Bradford
Tong, Bradford
Tong, Bradford
Tong, Bradford
Tong, Bradford
Birkenshaw, Bradford
Dudley Hill, Bradford
Tong, Bradford
Tong, Bradford
Tong, Bradford
Tong, Bradford
1878
1854
1852
1911
1927
1856
1942
1903
1913
1868
1932
1879
1854
1879
1938
1928
1937
1948
1957
1914
1950
1883
1935
1884
1854
1924 1928
1861
1866
1855
1854
1855
1928
1868
1888
1854
1854
1858
1870
1867
1879
1883
1883
1857
1960
1887
1923
1867
1860
1860
1874
Standing 1905 to 1908. Abandoned in 1908.
Abandoned October 1928.
Abandoned January 1937
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Abandoned August 1914.
Sunk 1913 to 1914 and closed in August 1950.
Abandoned February 1935
Abandoned 29/02/1928.
Not listed from 1894 to 1900.
Tonge Royd
Elland, Halifax
1888 1946
Top o' Close
Top o' Hill
Toppit
Townend
Townend
Treeton
Tringhow
Trinity
Tuckroyd
Tuckroyd
Tuckroyd
Tunnel End Drift
Twinge Lane
Twinge Lane
Tyburn Lane
Tyersal
Tyersal Hall
Tyersal Opencast
Ughill
Ughill
Underbank
Underbank Mill
Underhill
Upper Bagden
Upper Cumberworth
1911
Thurstonland
1892
Clayton West, Huddersfield 1865
Bolsterstone, Sheffield
1914
Deepcar, Sheffield
1890
Treeton
1878
Batley, Dewsbury
1863
Birstall, Dewsbury
1873
Hipperhome, Bradford
1897
Hipperhome, Bradford
1920
Hipperhome, Bradford
1930
Lower Cumberworth
1904
Southowram, Halifax
1912
Southowram, Halifax
1926
Emley, Wakefield
1894
Tyersal, Bradford
1931
Pudsey, Leeds
1942
Tyersal, Bradford
1949
Bradfield, Sheffield
1940
Bradfield, Sheffield
1891
Richmond
1913
Huddersfield
1893
Barnsley
1876
Denby Dale
1910
1912
1924
1902
1945
1894
1990
1863
1875
1908
1926
1935
1905
1913
1932
1894
1937
1944
1953
1980
1899
1921
1894
1887
1937
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Abandoned January 1909.
Standing 1911 to 1926. Reopened from c1944 to 1946, but not
worked during 1947. Abandoned 01/05/1948.
Not listed from 1900 to 1906. Abandoned February 1924.
Standing in 1902. Flooded from 1903 to 1907.
Abandoned December 1945
Sinking 1875 to 1878 and closed 07/12/1990.
Sinking from 1873 to 1875.
J. Brooke & Sons
Brookes Ltd
J.R. Oates; J.R. Oates & Sons 1934 onwards
Standing 1907 to 1909.
Marshall Bros
Bottomley & Gledhill
Discontinued December 1936 and abandoned December 1937
Abandoned October 1944.
Not worked from 1915 to 1922.
New opening 1910 to 1913. Abandoned 19/12/1925 and reopened
Upper Batley
Upper Bradley
Upper Crossley
Upper Cumberworth
Fireclay
Upper Denby
Upper Edge
Upper Elsecar
Upper Hallam
Upper Lane
Upper Ozzings
Upper Shay Farm
Upton
Usher Wood
Valley (a)
Valley (b)
Venture
in 1933. Abandoned June 1937
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Dewsbury
Huddersfield
Mirfield, Dewsbury
1858 1869
1855 1869
1868 1887
Upper Cumberworth
1932 1936
Discontinued September 1935. Abandoned February 1936
Upper Denby
Elland, Halifax
Barnsley
Sheffield
Gomersal
Shelley, Huddersfield
Denholme, Keighley
Upton, Doncaster
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Hunsworth, Bradford
Oakenshaw, Bradford
Burmantofts, Leeds
Worsboro' Common,
Barnsley
Worsboro' Common,
Barnsley
1902
1887
1856
1854
1923
1927
1912
1924
1925
1881
1884
1907
Abandoned 1904.
Abandoned
Vernon No.2
Pindar Oaks, Barnsley
1920 1927
Vernon No.3
Vernon Silkstone
Vicar Lane
Ward Green, Barnsley
Sheffield
Woodhouse, Sheffield
1920 1923
1874 1892
1927 1934
Vernon
Vernon No.1
1904
1925
1860
1860
1925
1930
1918
1964
1947
1899
1905
1907
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Abandoned 20/02/1926.
Abandoned 20/10/1930.
Reopening old workings. Standing 1915 to 1916.
Sinking 1924 to 1926. Closed November 1964.
Discontinued March 1947. Abandoned 31/03/1947.
1909 1919
Continued as Vernon No.1 until 1924.
1920 1924
Abandoned 06/06/1924.
Sinking in 1920. Discontinued 1923 to 1924. Abandoned
03/09/1927.
Discontinued 1923 and abandoned 1924.
Sinking from 1874 to 1878.
Abandoned 03/11/1927. Working 1930 to 1934, but no coal raised
in 1935. Discontinued August 1936 and abandoned in 1938.
Victoria
Victoria
Victoria (a)
Victoria (b)
Victoria (c)
Victoria (d)
Victoria (e )
Victoria (f)
Victoria (g)
Victoria (i)
Victoria (l)
Victoria (m)
Victoria (o)
Victoria (p)
Victoria No.1
Victoria No.1
Victoria No.2
Victoria No.2
Barnsley
Micklefield, Leeds
Stanley, Wakefield
Barnsley
Ward Green, Barnsley
Barnsley
Leeds
Adwalton, Leeds
Morley, Leeds
Morley, Leeds
Elland, Halifax
Heckmondwike
Pontefract
Lepton, Huddersfield
Elland, Halifax
Lepton, Huddersfield
Lepton, Huddersfield
Elland, Halifax
1868
1877
1854
1855
1905
1912
1855
1861
1861
1905
1878
1888
1878
1901
1924
1908
1914
1924
1869
1877
1887
1885
1907
1922
1872
1887
1887
1937
1923
1909
1879
1907
1945
1921
1948
1938
Victoria No.3
Rowley Bottom
1914 1944
Victoria No.4
Victoria No.5
Victoria Nos.2 & 4
Victoria Nyanza
Wadsley
Wadsley Common
Elland, Halifax
Fenay Bridge, Huddersfield
Huddersfield
Lepton, Huddersfield
Sheffield
Wadsley, Sheffield
1949
1959
1949
1901
1873
1890
1958
1959
1958
1902
1887
1923
See Bruntcliffe from 1888 to 1904.
See Bruntcliffe. Discontinued September 1929.
See Victoria No.1 from 1924
Abandoned
Abandoned January 1919. Discontinued January 1945.
Abandoned October 1921.
Abandoned July 1943. Reopened from 1945 to 1948.
Abandoned 09/07/1942.
Sinking in 1914 and 1920. Abandoned June 1944. Wentworth
No.1 in 1947.
Abandoned 26/06/1923
Wadsley Common (a)
Wadsley Park
Wadsley, Sheffield
Wadsley, Sheffield
1904 1915
1901 1938
Waleswood
Aston, Sheffield
1861 1948
Waleswood
Aston, Sheffield
1953 1988
Walkley
Heckmondwike
1933 1936
Walkley Lane
Heckmondwike
1908 1932
Wall Pit
Wallsend Main
Walter Clough
Walterclough
Walton
Walton No.3
Hunsworth, Bradford
Smithies, Barnsley
Shibden, Halifax
Shibden, Halifax
Crofton, Wakefield
Walton, Wakefield
1883
1902
1873
1905
1873
1983
Warren House
Upper Haugh, Rawmarsh
1860 1952
Warren House
Warren Park Quarry
Dewsbury
Bingley, Bradford
1868 1872
1910 1913
Warren Vale
Rawmarsh, Rotherham
1854 1938
Water Haigh
Oulton, Leeds
1908 1970
Water Loose
Waterloo
Waterloo Main
Waterloo Main, Dam Pit
Adwalton, Leeds
Woodlesford, Leeds
Temple Newsam, Leeds
Temple Newsam, Leeds
1862
1855
1854
1907
1893
1905
1878
1980
1979
1987
1872
1879
1968
1916
Abandoned September 1940
Closed in 15/05/1948 and used as a Pumping Station from 1953 to
1988.
Closed in May 1948 and used as a Pumping Station from 1953 to
1988.
Discontinued July 1933
Standing 1908. Sinking in 1909 and 1910. Abandoned
10/05/1922.
Sinking in 1873 to 1878.
Sinking from 1873 to 1883. Closed December 1979.
Pumping Station
Sinking to Barnsley 1860 and to Parkgate 1894. Used as a
Pumping Station from 1944 to 1952.
Stone shafts in the Gilstead area.
20/12/1851 - explosion killed 52. Developing 1933 to 1938.
Closed 1905 to 1932.
Sinking from 1908 to 1909. Closed in April 1970 and then used as
a Training Centre until 1972.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet. Closed in December 1968..
Sunk 1906
Waterloo Main, Park Pit
Temple Newsam, Leeds
1917 1927
Waterloo Main, Park Pit
Waterloo Main, Temple
Pit
Waterloo, Emley
Waterside
Temple Newsam, Leeds
1929 1945
Temple Newsam, Leeds
1913 1968
Flockton, Wakefield
Burton-in-Lonsdale
1896 1912
1896 1911
Wath Main
Wath upon Dearne
1873 1988
Wath Wood
Watson
Wavell Pit
Webster
Well House
Well Royd
Wellington
Wentworth
Wentworth Drift
Barnsley
Southowram, Halifax
Scholes, Bradford
Adwalton, Leeds
Penistone
Southowram, Halifax
Gomersal
Birstal, Leeds
Wentworth
1874
1926
1881
1875
1911
1896
1866
1855
1947
Wentworth Silkstone
Stainbro'
1911 1978
West Ardsley
West Ardsley
West Ardsley, Leeds
West Ardsley, Leeds
1934 1935
1855 1931
West End
Morley, Leeds
1898 1933
West End (b)
Romaldkirk
1923 1925
West Field
Wyke, Bradford
1877 1887
1875
1928
1892
1882
1921
1899
1881
1861
1955
Sunk 1857. Discontinued 23/11/1927. Used as a Pumping Station
from 1929 to 1945.
Used as a Pumping Station from 1929 to 1945
Sinking Temple Pit from 1913 to 1914. Became part of Waterloo
Main from 1947.
Standing 1902 to 1911. Abandoned in 1912
Standing 1908 to 1911.
Sinking from 1873 to 1877. Merged with Manvers in 1986 and
closed 25/03/1988.
Abandoned 1928.
Part of Whitehall Colliery.
Closed in November 1955.
Merged with Silkstone Common in January 1961 and closed in
July 1978 and became a pumping pit..
Pumping Shaft from 1934 to 1935.
Abandoned April 1931.
See Morley West End from 1876 to 1897. Discontinued May
1933. Abandoned October 1937
Standing in 1926 and abandoned in March 1927.
Sinking from 1877 to 1878. Standing from 1888 to 1898 and from
1903 to 1905.
West Field
West Gawber
West Gawber Main
West House
West Hunsworth
West Kiveton
West Lane
Wyke, Bradford
Barnsley
Barnsley
Heaton, Bradford
Hunsworth, Bradford
Kiveton Park
Gomersal
1877
1858
1890
1901
1888
1874
1873
West Lane
Southowram, Halifax
1897 1918
West Lane
West Lane
West Lane
West Lane
West Lane
West Melton
West Pits
West Riding
West Riding (Fox Pit))
Southowram, Halifax
Southowram, Halifax
Gomersal
Southowram, Halifax
Southowram, Halifax
Melton, Rotherham
High Abbotside, Hawes
Altofts, Wakefield
Altofts, Wakefield
1899
1899
1861
1900
1897
1854
1926
1854
1885
West Scrafton
West Scrafton, Leyburn
1870 1915
West Silkstone
West Yorkshire
West Yorkshire (a)
Westcroft Lane
Westfield
Westfield (a)
Silkstone Common,
Barnsley
Manston, Leeds
Birstall, Dewsbury
Northowram, Halifax
Ossett, Wakefield
Parkgate, Rawmarsh
1924
1875
1893
1908
1902
1898
1909
1902
1867
1900
1916
1886
1926
1966
1966
1855 1912
1865
1862
1898
1863
1925
1882
1873
1905
1872
1988
Sinking in 1905. Abandoned 11/01/1924.
E. Tetley; Hill & Craven 1902 onwards
Included Cleckheaton
Sunk 1874 to 1875. Also called Kiveton Park No.3 Shaft.
Sinking from 1883 to 1887
S. Marshall & Son; Marshall & Greenwood 1899-1901; Marshall
& Sons 1901 onwards
J. Farrar; Farrar & Sons
Hartley & Kaye
L. Clegg & Co
Sunk 1896.
Closed since 31/12/1926
1964-1965 = Fox Drift. Closed October 1966.
Sunk to Silkstone in 1885 and the Better Bed in 1908.
Reopening from 1905 to 1908. Abandoned in August 1908 and on
26/11/1915.
Not listed from 1871 to 1898. Abandoned in 1912. Reopened in
1921 and abandoned in 1922.
Listed in 1877.
Working in 1897 and 1899.
Westgate
Westgate Common
Westgate Manor
Westgate Moor
Westroyde
Westwood
Wetshaw
Cleckheaton
Wakefield
Wakefield
Wakefield
Hipperhome, Bradford
Sheffield
Ughill, Sheffield
1905
1890
1854
1874
1909
1863
1905
1915
1903
1860
1881
1909
1866
1905
Wharncliffe
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
1859 1945
Abandoned March 1915
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
= Westgate Common
Sinking from 1874 to 1876.
Not listed from 1890 to 1909. Working from 1910 to 1919. Not
listed from 1920 to 1936. Working from 1937 to 1945.
Abandoned February 1945.
See also Wharncliffe Wood
Sinking
Used as a Pumping Station from 1972 to 1988.
Sunk 1853 and opened in 1854. Called Wharncliffe Silkstone
No.1 until 1930. Closed and merged with Rockingham in June
1967. Used as a Pumping Station from 1972 to 1988
Wharncliffe Chase
Deepcar, Sheffield
Wharncliffe Haigh Moor Barnsley
Wharncliffe Silkstone
Pilley
1927 1947
1910 1972 1988
Wharncliffe Silkstone
Pilley
1860 1967
Wharncliffe Silkstone,
Knoll Drift
Tankersley, Sheffield
1905 1914
Used as a pumping station 1918 to 1921.
Wharncliffe Wood
Deepcar, Sheffield
1866 1936
Not listed from 1882 to 1914. Discontinued July 1936 and
abandoned August 1938.
Carlton
1970 1988
No.3 used as a Pumping Station from 1970 to 1988.
Carlton
1871 1965
Carlton
1925 1970
Barnsley
Deepcar, Sheffield
1878 1899
1901 1909
Wharncliffe Woodmoor
No. 3
Wharncliffe Woodmoor
Nos.1, 2 & 3
Wharncliffe Woodmoor
Nos.4 & 5
Wharncliffe, Carlton
Wharncliffe, Ganister
Sinking in 1871. Closed in August 1965. No.3 used as a Pumping
Station from 1970 to 1988.
Called Carlton Main until it closed in 1909 and reopened in 1925.
Closed in July 1970.
Wheatley Wood
Wheatshire
Wheldale
Whetley
Whinmore No.1
Whinmore No.2
Whinny Moor
Whitaker Pits
White Close Lane
White Gate
White Hart
White Hill or Penny Pie
White Horse
White Lea
White Lee
White Rock
Whitegate
Whitehall
Whitehall
Whitehills
Whitemoor
White's Dayhole
Whitley
Whitley Beaumont
Opencast Site
Whitley Clough
Whitley Park
Darton, Barnsley
Ughill, Sheffield
Castleford
Bradford
Skelmanthorpe
Skelmanthorpe
Ossett, Wakefield
Scholes, Bradford
Denby Dale
Halifax
Bradford
Dodworth, Barnsley
York Road, Leeds
Heckmondwike
Leeds
High Abbotside, Hawes
Siddal, Halifax
Wyke, Bradford
Scholes, Cleckheaton
Kippax, Leeds
Barlby, Selby
Farnley, Leeds
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
1869
1891
1863
1855
1910?
1916
1869
1882
1917
1878
1888
1861
1854
1888
1854
1887
1898
1878
1893
1909
1980
1878
1854
1923
1980
1987
1858
1916
1923
1913
1899
1929
1881
1892
1872
1885
1941
1899
1913
1899
1883
1905
1913
1998
1929
1883
Whitley Beaumont
1954 1957
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Mirfield, Dewsbury
1884 1947
1922 1924
Sunk 1869. Abandoned 28/04/1923.
Abandoned 11/10/1969.
Closed 16/10/1987.
Abandoned
Abandoned June 1913
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Standing in 1920. Discontinued February 1928.
Sometimes given as White House.
Abandoned April 1941.
Not listed between 1888 and 1895.
See also Wavell Pit.
Production began in January 1988. Merged with Ricall in 1998.
Continued as Whitley Clough?
Previously called Whitley.
Whitley Park & Pisgah
Farm
Whitley Park, Clough
Gate
Whitley Park, Cockley
Wood
Whitley Temple Drift
Whitley Wood
Whitwell Main
Whitwood
Grange Moor, Wakefield
1931 1933
Abandoned January 1933
Grange Moor, Wakefield
1925 1930
= Whitley, Clough Gate
Grange Moor, Wakefield
1925 1930
Discontinued 30/06/1927.
Kirkheaton, Huddersfield
Mirfield, Dewsbury
Pontefract
Whitwood, Normanton
1955
1868
1871
1854
Whitwood, Don Pedro
Loscoe, Normanton
1878 1912
Wibsey
Wibsey Bank Foot
Will Royd
William Gill
Willow Bank
Willow Main
Wibsey, Bradford
Wibsey, Bradford
Halifax
Arkengarthdale
Barnsley
Tingle Bridge, Barnsley
1854
1871
1888
1877
1861
1888
Wilsden
Wilsden, Bradford
1854 1912
Wilson Field
Wilson Main
Wilson Pit
Rastrick, Brighouse
Kirkburton, Huddersfield
Oakenshaw, Bradford
1899 1900
1873 1881
1858 1897
Wilson Wood
Ingleton, Settle
1855 1887
Wincobank
Wincobank (a)
Wincobank, Sheffield
Wincobank, Sheffield
1873 1879
1874 1877
1969
1880
1871
1968
1872
1878
1894
1893
1887
1889
Closed in March 1968.
Called Don Pedro before 1901. Closed in 1912 and used for
ventilation.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Abandoned 12/04/1883.
See Tingle Bridge from 1877 to 1887.
Closed in 1899 and reopened in 1909. Standing from 1912 to
1916. Abandoned in 1917.
Sunderland & Mellors
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Abandoned after an inundation on Sunday, 21st October 1866 and
reopening in 1872 and production resumed from November 1874.
For sale in July 1887 and closed in August 1887.
Sinking from 1874 to 1876.
Wincobank Hall
Wincobank Wood
Windmill Hill
Windy Bank
Winney Moor
Winter
Winter Hill
Winter Hill
Winter Main
Winter Seam
Wincobank, Sheffield
Grimesthorpe, Sheffield
Shelley, Huddersfield
Ambler Thorn, Halifax
Wakefield
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Hoyland, Barnsley
Hoyland, Barnsley
Dirtcar, Wakefield
Worsbrough, Barnsley
1920
1923
1919
1855
1868
1926
1854
1872
1894
1888
1921
1924
1922
1860
1872
1926
1863
1887
1903
1889
Wistow
Wistow, Selby
1976 2004
Wombwell Main
Wood
Wood (a)
Wood (b)
Wood (d)
Wood Ganister
Wood Lane
Wood Top
Woodend
Woodend (a)
Woodend No.2
Woodend No.3
Woodfield
Woodfield
Woodhead
Wombwell, Barnsley
Denby Dale
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Holmfirth, Huddersfield
Hunsworth, Bradford
New Mill, Huddersfield
Bradford
Huddersfield
Stannington, Sheffield
Stannington, Sheffield
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Oughtibridge, Sheffield
Brighouse
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Hipperhome, Bradford
1854
1921
1855
1855
1878
1913
1923
1893
1902
1910
1910
1915
1918
1874
1904
1969
1926
1873
1897
1886
1914
1927
1894
1949
1940
1919
1919
1929
1875
1905
Abandoned March 1924.
Abandoned 1922
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
Abandoned 03/12/1926.
Production began on 27/06/1983 and the last coal was worked
13/05/2004.
Sinking from 1853 to 1854.. Closed 23/05/1969.
Standing from 1924 to 1926.
Abandoned June 1914
Closed. Abandoned January 1927.
Mainly a ganister mine
Standing
Standing
Hudson Brook. Abandoned September 1929
Sinking from 1874 to 1875
A. Longbottom
Woodhouse
Woodhouse
Woodhouse
Woodhouse
Woodhouse Junction
Woodhouse Lane
Woodhouse Lane (a)
Woodhouse Lane (b)
Woodhouse Mill
Woodlesford
Woodman
Woodman Clay Mine
Woodmoor
Woodmoor
Woodmoor (a)
Woodmoor (b)
Woodroyd
Woodroyde
Woodside
Woodside
Woodside
Woodside Opencast Site
Woodsome
Woodsome No.2
Woodsome Outcrop
Woodthorpe
Handsworth, Sheffield
Hipperhome, Bradford
Normanton
Handsworth, Sheffield
Sheffield
East Ardsley, Leeds
East Ardsley, Leeds
East Ardsley, Leeds
Sheffield
Woodlesford, Leeds
Elland, Halifax
Elland, Halifax
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Honley, Huddersfield
Wibsey, Bradford
Fartown
Liversedge, Dewsbury
Odsal, Bradford
Lepton, Huddersfield
Lepton, Huddersfield
Lepton, Huddersfield
Rowley Bottom
Sheffield
1861
1908
1914
1874
1855
1888
1873
1880
1854
1909
1878
1854
1924
1854
1873
1855
1890
1861
1883
1918
1957
1921
1921
1930
1854
1872
1908
1916
1877
1866
1899
1885
1886
1866
1887
1937
1903
1881
1926
1881
1880
1862
1897
1864
1890
1920
1957
1931
1924
1933
1928
Standing 1915 to 1916 - owner killed in War
Sinking from 1874 to 1877.
Sinking from 1880 to 1882.
Sinking from 1873 to 1878.
Sinking from 1880 to 1886.
Abandoned 19/06/1937.
On 1st edition O.S. 1/10560 sheet.
= Woodmore
Sinking from 1873 to 1877
William Aspinall
Abandoned
No.3 Shaft sunk 1914 to 1922. Abandoned July 1941.
Sinking 1921
Abandoned December 1933.
Discontinued 1928
Woodwell
1874 1878
Woollen Well Main
Woolley
Woolley
Woolley Edge
Woolley Moor
Woolley Moor (a)
Woolley Moor (b)
Woolley, Barnsley
Woolrow
Worrall
Worrall Moor
Worrall Moor (a)
Worsborough Park
Batley, Dewsbury
Stonebeck Up, Pateley
Bridge
Crigglestone, Wakefield
Darton, Barnsley
Darton, Barnsley
Woolley Edge, Barnsley
Dennington
Dennington
Dennington
Darton, Barnsley
Shelley, Huddersfield
Worrall, Sheffield
Worrall, Sheffield
Worrall, Sheffield
Worsborough, Barnsley
Worsbro� Dale
Worsbro�, Barnsley
1890 1892
Wortley (a)
Wortley (b)
Wortley No.2
Wortley No.3
Wortley Silkstone
Wortley, Busk Pit
Wragby
Wortley, Leeds
Wortley, Sheffield
Wortley, Leeds
Wortley, Leeds
Sheffield
Wortley, Leeds
Wragby, Wakefield
1856
1854
1940
1948
1861
1884
1863
Wrenthorpe
Wakefield
1905 1928
Woogill
Sinking from 1874 to 1878
1876 1892
1874
1854
1854
1932
1896
1955
1953
1955
1892
1885
1893
1913
1855
1890
1987
1987
1966
1905
1969
1955
1988
1925
1899
1914
1922
1886
1887
1889
1969
1950
1880
1905
1863
Sinking from 1874 to 1877.
Closed 22/12/1987.
No. 3 Shaft sunk 1942. Closed 22/12/1987.
Closed through exhaustion in June 1966.
Used as a Pumping Station from 1955 to 1969.
Used as a Pumping Station from 1955 to 1988.
Abandoned 22/12/1925.
Abandoned in 1914.
Or Darwent Lane (from 1918 to 1922). Discontinued 15/09/1915.
Includes Wortley No.3 from 1948 to 1950.
See Busk
Sunk in 1838 and closed in 1900. New sinking in 1905 and
reopened in 1907 and abandoned 26/06/ 1928.
Wrenthorpe
Wrigley Tip
Wroe
Wrose Brow
Wrose Hill
Wycliffe
Wyke
Wyre Hall
Yockenthwaite Coal
Level
York Road
Yorkshire Main Colliery
Wakefield
Denby Dale
Bradford
Shipley, Bradford
Shipley, Bradford
Richmond
Wyke, Bradford
Adwalton, Leeds
1854
1915
1871
1892
1902
1935
1854
1875
1900
1915
1880
1915
1944
1938
1880
1903
Buckden
-
1855
Leeds
Edlington, Doncaster
1868 1878
1908 1985
Sunk in 1838 and closed in 1900. Reopened in 1905.
Discontinued
= Wrose Brow Brick Works
= Wrose Hill Fire Clay Works. Discontinued July 1944.
Abandoned - October 1938
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