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Crook, Colliery Rescue Station

Rescue Station built after the introduction of the Mines Accidents (Rescue and Aid) Act in 1910. Postcard by R Johnston & Sons, View Publishers, Newcastle & Gateshead.

Date:
1910-1920
Period:
1901 - 1925
Place:
Crook
You can see a history of Crook at the Keys to the Past website.
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Item Type:
postcard
Artist:
Johnston, R (Gateshead)
Reference:
DR03462

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