Coal Mining - Silverhill Colliery - 1992





Coal Mining - Silverhill Colliery - 1992



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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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Aww poor scabbing bastards. Rot in hell you treacherous bastards.
scabs
Yes we were on strike what stupid twats we were weres our pit now long gone
Good Enough for the Scabbibg Bastards. Rot in Hell you Treacherous Scum.
Twice as many jobs lost and pits closed under darling Harold than Thatcher
How Sad. Fuck Off You Scabbing Bastards. Rot in Hell you Traitors.
Scab bastards
Pity the cudna have put concrete darn shaft while mr vile lynx was underground do us all favour scum bag
Just same as the spencers breakaway wimps not men glad you was sold down the river just shows are torys played you like a fiddle
Good...scabs thought they where safe ..Maggie lied she suckered them ....i,m ok jack an fook you ha ha ha ..no back bone.you reap what you sow
ha ha ha ha Karma yer scab bastards
repent at your leisure because thats what your tory pals gave you, lots and lots of lovely leisure.....
Didn't have the guts to fight in 1984, didn't even have the guts to fight in 1992, now listen to them squeal about how unfair the government is for closing down their pit. As for Thatcher's best buddy at the time, Roy Lynk. and his comical one man stay down and his "Iv'e been shafted" squeal....you sure have Roy and well deserved it was too.
dirty dirty fu~~king scab bastards they should have let em all go down pit with that wa~nker lynx and then filled shafts in!!!
I was the deputy in charge when Roy Lynk sneeked into the pit .I was the one who informed Mr ian clayton.Lost lots of mates forever .Ian h.
Did Lynk hand his OBE back,or was it just bullshit for the TV cameras?
'Difficult mining conditions, 2 million
Ashamed of them when local people were supporting NUM families.
Scab Lynk
Roy Lynk......Scab leader, should have just closed the pit with the b*****d underground.


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.