Geological Survey of England and Wales, Vertical sections

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81  Sections of Shafts in the Steam Coal Series in the 1-inch Map Sheet 232 (parts of Monmouthshire and Glamorganshire). By A. Strahan & W. Gibson. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1 Mulfran Pit, Blaenavon. No. 2. Griffin Pit (No. 3). No. 3. Bwlch-y-Garn Pit, Ebbw Vale. No. 4. Waun Lwyd Colliery. No. 5. Mountain Pit. No. 6. Pontlottyn Pits. No. 7. Varteg Hill Colliery, Nant Ffrwd. No. 8. South Wales Colliery, Cwm Tillery. No. 9. Vivian Pit. No. 10. Ebbw Vale Marine Colliery (No. 2 Pit). No. 11. Whitworth Pit (No. 2). No. 12. Bedwellty Pits. No. 13. Pochin Pit (No. 1). No. 14. East Elliot Colliery. No. 15. Bedlinog Pit (No. 1.) [Illustrates 1-inch Map 232 New Series; and 11, 16, 17, 18, Monmouthshire, and 12, 13, Glamorganshire, 6-inch.] 1896  Full entry
81  Sections of Shafts in the Steam Coal Series in the 1-inch Map Sheet 232 (parts of Monmouthshire and Glamorganshire). By A. Strahan & W. Gibson. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1 Mulfran Pit, Blaenavon. No. 2. Griffin Pit (No. 3). No. 3. Bwlch-y-Garn Pit, Ebbw Vale. No. 4. Waun Lwyd Colliery. No. 5. Mountain Pit. No. 6. Pontlottyn Pits. No. 7. Varteg Hill Colliery, Nant Ffrwd. No. 8. South Wales Colliery, Cwm Tillery. No. 9. Vivian Pit. No. 10. Ebbw Vale Marine Colliery (No. 2 Pit). No. 11. Whitworth Pit (No. 2). No. 12. Bedwellty Pits. No. 13. Pochin Pit (No. 1). No. 14. East Elliot Colliery. No. 15. Bedlinog Pit (No. 1.) [Illustrates 1-inch Map 232 New Series; and 11, 16, 17, 18, Monmouthshire, and 12, 13, Glamorganshire, 6-inch.] 1928  Full entry
82  Vertical Sections of the Cheshire Salt and Brine Shafts and Borings. Collected and arranged by C.E. De Rance. Nos. 1 and 2, Winsford. No. 3. Bostock and Newbridge. No. 4. Moulton. No. 5. Riversdale. 6 and 7. Leftwich. No. 8. Broken Cross. No. 9. Winnington. 10 and 11. Witton. No. 12. Dunkirk and Marston. No. 13. Wincham. No. 14. Alsager. No. 15. Lawton. No. 16. Wheelock. No. 17. Sydney. No. 18. Shrewbridge Hall. No. 19. Weys Green. No. 20. Stanthorne. No. 21. to 24. Middlewich. [Illustrates 1-inch Maps 73 N.E. And 80 S.E.; and 33-35, 40-42, 48-50, 55-57, Cheshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 43 and 64.) 1897  Full entry
83  Sections of Shafts in and below the Pennant Grit in the Taff, Aberdare, and Rhondda Fach Valleys. By A. Strahan and W. Gibson. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1. Dyffryn South Pit (No. 3 Pit). No. 2. Castle Pit. No. 3. Merthyr Vale Colliery (No. 1 Pit). No. 4. George Pit, Powell Dyffryn Colliery. No. 5. Pen-Rhiw-Ceiber (No. 2 Pit). No. 6. Lady Windsor, Ynysybwl. No. 7. Maerdy Collieries (No. 3 Pit). No. 8. Pendyris Colliery (North Pit). No. 9. Cynllwyndu Pit, Rhondda Fach. No. 10. National Colliery, Rhondda Fach. No. 11. Ynishir Standard Colliery, Rhondda Fach. No. 12. Plymouth Iron Works. No. 13. Section near,the Merthyr Tunnel. No. 14. New Pit, Aberdare Ironworks. [Illustrates 1-inch Maps 231 and 248 New Series; and 11, 12, 18, 19, 27 and 28 Glamorgan, and 50 Brecon, 6-inch.] 1900  Full entry
83  Sections of Shafts in and below the Pennant Grit in the Taff, Aberdare, and Rhondda Fach Valleys. By A. Strahan. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1. Dyffryn South Pit (No. 3 Pit). No. 2. Castle Pit. No. 3. Merthyr Vale Colliery (No. 1 Pit). No. 4. George Pit, Powell Dyffryn Colliery. No. 5. Pen-Rhiw-Ceiber (No. 2 Pit). No. 6. Lady Windsor, Ynysybwl. No. 7. Maerdy Collieries (No. 3 Pit). No. 8. Pendyris Colliery (North Pit). No. 9. Cynllwyndu Pit, Rhondda Fach. No. 10. National Colliery, Rhondda Fach. No. 11. Ynishir Standard Colliery, Rhondda Fach. No. 12. Plymouth Iron Works. No. 13. Section near,the Merthyr Tunnel. No. 14. New Pit, Aberdare Ironworks. [Illustrates 1-inch Maps 231 and 248 New Series; and 11, 12, 18, 19, 27 and 28 Glamorgan, and 50 Brecon, 6-inch.] 1929  Full entry
84  Sections of Shafts below the Pennant Grit in the Rhondda Fawr and in the Upper Measures at Llantwit. By A. Strahan and W. Gibson. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1. Great Western Colliery Co., Maritime Colliery, near Pontypridd (No. 3 Pit). No. 2. Great Western Colliery. No. 3. Lewis Merthyr Colliery. No. 4. Cymmer Porth. No. 5. Ely Pit, Penycraig. No. 6. Naval Colliery, Pandypit. No. 7. Clydach Vale Colliery. No. 8. Llwyn-y-pia Colliery (No. 1 Pit). No. 9. Gelli Colliery. No. 10. Pentre Colliery, Rhondda Fawr. No. 11. Abergorky Colliery. No. 12. Tyn-y-Bedw. No. 13. Ystrad Barwig Colliery, Llantwit. No. 14. Llast Llantwit. No. 15. Bryn Pit, Llantwit. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 248 New Series; and 18, 19, 27, 28, 35, and 36, Glamorgan, 6-inch.] 1901  Full entry
84  Vertical section 84. Sections of Shafts below the Pennant Grit in the Rhondda Fawr and in the Upper Measures at Llantwit. By A. Strahan and W. Gibson. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1. Great Western Colliery Co., Maritime Colliery, near Pontypridd (No. 3 Pit). No. 2. Great Western Colliery. No. 3. Lewis Merthyr Colliery. No. 4. Cymmer Porth. No. 5. Ely Pit, Penycraig. No. 6. Naval Colliery, Pandypit. No. 7. Clydach Vale Colliery. No. 8. Llwyn-y-pia Colliery (No. 1 Pit). No. 9. Gelli Colliery. No. 10. Pentre Colliery, Rhondda Fawr. No. 11. Abergorky Colliery. No. 12. Tyn-y-Bedw. No. 13. Ystrad Barwig Colliery, Llantwit. No. 14. Llast Llantwit. No. 15. Bryn Pit, Llantwit. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 248 New Series; and 18, 19, 27, 28, 35, and 36, Glamorgan, 6-inch.] 1929  Full entry
85  Sections of Shafts, &c., in the Tame, Dulais, Neath, Avan, Llynfi, Garw and Ogmore Valleys. By A. Strahan, R.H. Tidderman and W. Gibson. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1. Wyndham Pit, North's Navigation Colliery. No. 2. Western Ocean. No. 3. Ffaldau Pit. No. 4. Garw Pits, Ocean Collieries, Nanthir. No. 5. International Colliery, Blaengarw. No. 6. Garth Merthyr, Maesteg. No. 7. Oakwood Colliery, Maesteg. No. 8. Dyffryn Pit, Maesteg. No. 9. Coegnant Pit, North's Navigation Colliery. No. 10. Caerau Pits (No. 1), North's Navigation Colliery. No. 11. Avan Colliery (South Shaft). No. 12. Cwm Clydach, Resolven (No. 2 Pit). No. 13. Abergwerelech. No. 14. Aberpergwm Colliery. No. 15. Drim. No. 16. Seven Sisters Pit. No. 17. Abercraf Colliery. No. 18. Hendreladis New Pit. No. 19. Ystradgynlais. [Illustrates 1-inch Maps 231 and 248 New Series; and 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26, 27, Glamorgan, and 43, 44, 45, 49, and 50 Brecon, 6-inch.] 1901  Full entry
85  Sections of Shafts, &c., in the Tame, Dulais, Neath, Avan, Llynfi, Garw and Ogmore Valleys. By A. Strahan, R.H. Tidderman and W. Gibson. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1. Wyndham Pit, North's Navigation Colliery. No. 2. Western Ocean. No. 3. Ffaldau Pit. No. 4. Garw Pits, Ocean Collieries, Nanthir. No. 5. International Colliery, Blaengarw. No. 6. Garth Merthyr, Maesteg. No. 7. Oakwood Colliery, Maesteg. No. 8. Dyffryn Pit, Maesteg. No. 9. Coegnant Pit, North's Navigation Colliery. No. 10. Caerau Pits (No. 1), North's Navigation Colliery. No. 11. Avan Colliery (South Shaft). No. 12. Cwm Clydach, Resolven (No. 2 Pit). No. 13. Abergwerelech. No. 14. Aberpergwm Colliery. No. 15. Drim. No. 16. Seven Sisters Pit. No. 17. Abercraf Colliery. No. 18. Hendreladis New Pit. No. 19. Ystradgynlais. [Illustrates 1-inch Maps 231 and 248 New Series; and 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26, 27, Glamorgan, and 43, 44, 45, 49, and 50 Brecon, 6-inch.] 1929  Full entry
86  Sections of Shafts, &c., in the Pottery Coalfield, North Staffordshire. By W. Gibson & C.B. Wedd. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1. Florence Colliery (No. 1 Pit). No. 2. Adderley Green Colliery (No. 8 Pit). No. 3. Glebe Colliery, Fenton. No. 4. Mossfield Colliery, Longton. No. 5. Sneyd Colliery, Burslem. No. 6. Ford Green New Pit. No. 7. Institute Sinking Pit, Whitfield. No. 8. New Engine Pit, Biddulph Colliery. No. 9. Talk o' th' Hill Colliery. No. 10. Jamage Colliery, Rookery Pits, New Shaft. No. 11. Silverdale District. No. 12. Grange Colliery, Bassey Mine Pit. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 123 New Series; and 6, 7, 11, 12, 17 and 18 Staffordshire, 6-inch.] 1901  Full entry
87  Sections of shafts &c., in the Coal Measures above the Hughes Vein, near Neath, Swansea and Llanelly. By A. Strahan and E.E.L. Dixon. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1 Cwm Nant Llwyd Colliery, Pontardawe. No. 2. Waun-y-coed Shaft. No. 3. Main Colliery Neath (No. 1 Pit). No.4. Main Colliery, Skewen (No. 4 Pit). No. 5 Brothers Pits (Nos. 1 and 2), Llansamlet, through Brothers Faults. No. 6. Pentre Pit and Borehole, Landore. No. 7. Graig and Mansel Collieries, Cwm Felin. No.8. Bryn Whilach Pit. No. 9. Pentre Felin (Penrhiw Felen) Pit. No. 10. Mynydd Newydd Pit. No. 11. Cwm Bach Colliery, Cockett. No. 12 Carn Goch Pit. No. 13. Gorseinon Colliery. No. 14 Broadoak Colliery, Loughor. No. 15. Pencoed Colliery. No. 16. Glynea Pit. No. 17. St. Davids Colliery. No. 18. Cae Colliery. No. 19. Old Castle Colliery. No. 20. Diamond Borehole at Cille Colliery, Furnace, Llanelly. [Illustrates 1-inch maps 230 and 247 New Series; and 58,59 Carmarthen, and 8, 14,15, 23 and 24 Glamorgan, 6-inch] 1904  Full entry
88  Sections of Shafts, &c. borings in the Southern part of the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Coalfield. Collected and arranged by W. Gibson. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1. Annesley Colliery. No. 2. Linby Colliery. No. 3. Hucknall Colliery. No. 4. Bestwood Colliery. No. 5. Upcast Shaft Gedling. No. 6. Oxton Boring. No. 7. Thurgarton Borehole. No. 8. Denby Colliery. No. 9. Shipley Colliery. No. 10. Brands Colliery. No. 11. Manners Colliery. No. 12. Moorgreen Colliery. No. 13. Kimberley Colliery. No. 14. Clifton Colliery. [Illustrates 1-inch Maps 125 and 126, New Series; and 40, 45, 50, Derbyshire and 32, 33, 34, 37, 38, 39, 41, 42, 43, Nottinghamshire. 6-inch.] 1909  Full entry
89  Sections of Shafts in the Central part of the Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire Coalfield. By W. Gibson. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1. Bolsover Colliery. No. 2. Glapwell Colliery. No. 3. Pleasley Colliery. No. 4. Shirebrook Colliery. No. 5. Sherwood Colliery. No. 6. Mansfield Colliery. No. 7. Kirkby South Colliery. No. 8. Oxcroft Colliery. No. 9. Williamthorpe Colliery. No. 10. Holmewood Colliery. No. 11. No. 4. Clay Cross Colliery. No. 12. Park House Colliery. No. 13. Morton Colliery. [Illustrates 1-inch Maps 112 and 113, New Series; and 19, 25, 26, 30, 31, Derbyshire, and 18, 22, 23, 27, Nottinghamshire, 6-inch.] 1914  Full entry
90  Sections of Shafts in the Northern part of the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Coalfield and the South Eastern part of the Yorkshire Coalfield. By W. Gibson. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1. Maltby Colliery. No. 2. Dinnington Main Colliery. No. 3. Kiveton Park Colliery. No. 4. Shireoaks Colliery. No. 5. Steetley Colliery. No. 6. Langwith Colliery. No. 7. Warsop Main Colliery. No. 8. Birley Colliery. No. 9. Holbrook Colliery. No. 10. Renishaw Colliery. No. 11. Harlington Colliery. No. 12. Lockoford Colliery. No. 13. No. 9. Clay Cross Colliery. No. 14. Bondsmain Colliery. [Illustrates 1-inch Maps 100, 101, 112, 113, New Series; and 18, 23, Nottinghamshire, 12, 13, 18, 25, 26, Derbyshire, and 100, 101, 291, 296, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] 1914  Full entry
91  Sections of Borings and Shafts in the Northern Part of the Concealed Coalfield of Yorkshire & Nottinghamshire. By G.V. Wilson. No. 1. Denaby Main Colliery. No. 2. Brodsworth Colliery. No. 3. Askern Colliery. No. 4. Cadeby Colliery. No. 5. Yorkshire Main Colliery. No. 6. Maltby Colliery. No. 7. Wallingwells Bore. No. 8. Rossington Colliery. No. 9. Harworth Colliery. No. 10. Bullcroft Colliery. No. 11. Bentley Colliery. No. 12. Armthorpe Bore. No. 13. Hatfield Colliery. No. 14. Pollington Bore. No. 15. Haxey Bore. 1925  Full entry
92  Sections of Borings and Shafts in the Concealed Coalfield of Nottinghamshire. By G.V. Wilson. Nos. 1 and 2. Denby Hall Colliery to Kilburn Coal. Kilburn Colliery below. No. 3. Glapwell Colliery. No. 4. Welbeck Colliery. No. 5. Manton Colliery. No. 6. Kirkby Colliery. No. 7. Annesley Colliery. No. 8. Clipstone Colliery. No. 9. Rufford Colliery. No. 10. Ollerton Bore. No. 11. Farnsfield No. 2 Bore. No. 12. Budby Bore. No. 13. Wallow Bore. No. 14. Boughton Bore. No. 15. Stanton by Dale Colliery. No. 16. Ruddington Bore. No. 17. Kelham Bore. 1925  Full entry
93  Sections of shafts in the Coal Measures of the Abergavenny District (Sheet No. 232) of the South Wales Coalfield being supplementary to Vertical Section sheet 81. Compiled by T. Robertson. 1931  Full entry
94  Vertical section 94. Sections of shafts and borings in the Southern part of the South Staffordshire Coalfield. By T.H. Whitehead 1931  Full entry
95  Sections of shafts and borings in the Southern part of the West Cumberland Coalfield. By T. Eastwood, E.E.L. Dixon and B. Smith 1930  Full entry
95  Sections of shafts and borings in the Southern part of the West Cumberland Coalfield. By T. Eastwood, E.E.L. Dixon and B. Smith 1931  Full entry
96  Permian & Triassic sections in South-East Lancashire & N.E. Cheshire. Collected and arranged by C.E. De Rance. Lancs 6 inch sheets 102, 103, 104, 105, 111 and 112 and Cheshire 6 inch sheets 10, 19, 28 MS Hand Col. Draft 2. 1908  Full entry
96  Permian and Triassic sections in South-East Lancashire & North-east Cheshire. Collected and arranged by C.E. De Rance. Lancs 6 inch sheets 102, 103, 104, 105, 111 and 112 and Cheshire 6 inch sheets 10, 19, 28 MS Hand Col. Draft 2. 1908  Full entry
97  West Lancashire and Permian Sections by C.E. De Rance. Lancs 6 inch sheets 22, 28, 106, 102, and Cheshire 6 inch sheet No. 7. MS Hand Col. Draft 2. 1908  Full entry

 

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