Geological Survey of England and Wales, Vertical sections

Vertical sections were drawn to illustrate the succession of strata in the coalfields. They were usually drawn on a vertical scale of 40 feet to one inch. Each sheet generally contains more than one section. Information on which they are based is from measurements from the Survey geologist or more commonly by the managers of the collieries. The intention was to enable the showing of more detail than can be shown in horizontal sections. A small number of sections are in non-coalfield areas to show particularly important sections e.g. Jurassic rocks in Eastern Yorkshire. Circa 95 Vertical sections were issued for England and Wales between 1850 and 1949.

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Vertical section at Moreb, Pembray, Trim Saran, Cil Rhedyn, & Mynydd Garreg to the bottom of the Mountain Limestone, Cwm Caer Cefn by W.E. Logan. Horiz. Sect., No. 1 Sheet 7. [ Map 37.] 1850  Full entry
Vertical section of the Coal Measures at Llwchwr and Penclawdd, Glamorgan by W.E. Logan. To illustrate Horiz. Sect., No. 3 Sheet 7 [Maps 37, 41] 1850  Full entry
Vertical Section of the Coal Measures at Llwchwr and Penclawdd, Glamorganshire. By W.E. Logan. To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , No. 3. Sheet 7. [Maps 37, 41.] 1850  Full entry
[No. 1.] Vertical section from Werndu Seam of Coal to the two-feet Seam below the Big Seam, Cwm Afon by W.E. Logan. [No. 2.] Vertical section at Brondine, Pont-Yates, Maesnant, and Yr Hengoed. Illustrating the Horizontal Section No. 2. Sheet , 7,) [Maps 37, 41.] 1850  Full entry
[No. 1.] Vertical section from Werndu Seam of Coal to the two-feet Seam below the Big Seam, Cwm Afon by W.E. Logan. [No. 2.] Vertical section at Brondine, Pont-Yates, Maesnant, and Yr Hengoed. Illustrating the Horizontal Section No. 2. Sheet , 7,) [Maps 37, 41.] 1850  Full entry
[ No. 1.] Section of the Lower Coal Measures, North Crop, near Llandibie, Caermarthenshire. By Sir Henry De la Beche. [No. 2.] Section of the Lower Coal Measures, North Crop, at Cwm Twrch, near Ystradgynlas, Brecknockshire. By Sir Henry De la Beche. [No. 3.] Forest-fach Level, Cwm Gwendraeth by W.E. Logan [No. 4.] Section shewing the Black Band Ironstone at the Cambrian Iron and Spelter Works, Glamorganshire by John Petherick. [No. 5.] Section of the Coal Measures at Llansamlet, near Swansea by W.E. Logan. [No. 6.] Section of the Coal Measures at Bryn Coch, Dyffryn, Neath, Glamorganshire by W.E. Logan. [Maps 36, 37, 41.] 1850  Full entry
Vertical section of the South Welsh Coal Measures from Penllergare, Glamorgan, to the North Crop, near Tair Carn and Pant-y-gwastad, Caermarthenshire. By Sir Henry De la Beche. [Maps 37, 38, 41.] 1850  Full entry
Vertical Section of the South Welsh Coal Measures from Penllergare, Glamorgan, to the North Crop, near Tair Carn and Pant-y-gwastad, Caermarthenshire. By Sir Henry De la Beche. [Maps 37, 38, 41.] 1850  Full entry
Section of the Coal Measures from Penllergare to Bishopston, near Swansea, Glamorgan, by Sir Henry De La Beche. To illustrate Horizontal Section No 1 sheet 9 [Map 37.] 1850  Full entry
Section of the Coal Measures from Penllergare to Bishopston, near Swansea, Glamorgan, by Sir Henry De La Beche. To illustrate Horizontal Section No 1 sheet 9 [Map 37.] 1850  Full entry
No. 1. Section of the Coal Measures at Llangeinor, Glamorganshire, the property of the Duchy of Lancaster by Sir Henry De la Beche & W.E. Logan. To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 10, Nos. 1, 2, & 3. [Map 36.] No. 2. Section of the Coal measures, Mountain Limestone & part of the Old Red Sandstone of the Forest of Dean. To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 12, No. 1, and Sheet 15, No. 2. [Map 43.] 1850  Full entry
Vertical Sections of the Coal Measures in South Wales and Monmouthshire by David H. Williams. No. 1. Merthyr Tydfil District. No. 2. Ebbw Vale. No. 3. Cwmtelery. No. 4. Pont-y-pool District. No. 5. Risca. [Maps 36, 42, S.W., S.E.] 1850  Full entry
Vertical Sections of the Coal Measures in South Wales and Monmouthshire by David H. Williams. No. 1. Merthyr Tydfil District. No. 2. Ebbw Vale. No. 3. Cwmtelery. No. 4. Pont-y-pool District. No. 5. Risca. [Maps 36, 42, S.W., S.E.] 1850  Full entry
Section of the Lower Coal Measures in Glamorganshire and Monmouthshire, illustrative of their decrease from Aberdare eastward to Abersychan by David H. Williams. [Maps 36, 42 S.W., S.E.] 1850  Full entry
Section of the Lower Coal Measures in Glamorganshire and Monmouthshire, illustrative of their decrease from Aberdare eastward to Abersychan by David H. Williams. [Maps 36, 42 S.W., S.E.] 1850  Full entry
10  Diagram, illustrating the variation of the principal Coal Seams in their range from Merthyr Tydfil to Pont-y-pool on the North Crop of the Coalfield of South Wales by D.H. Williams. [Maps 36, 42, S.W., S.E.] Scale, 3 feet to an inch. 1850  Full entry
11  Section of the Coal Measures, Carboniferous Limestone, and a portion of the Old Red Sandstone, in the vicinity of Bristol by D.H. Williams. To illustrate Horizontal section Sheet 14, No. 3. [Maps 19, 35.] 1850  Full entry
12  Sections illustrative of the passage of the Old Red Sandstone into the Carboniferous Limestone in South Wales and South-western England. By H. De La Beche, A.C. Ramsay, W.T. Aveline and I. Rees. [Maps 19, 35, 38, 42 S.E., 43 S.E.] 1850  Full entry
13  No. 1. Section of the Old Red Sandstone and Silurian Rocks from West Dale Point, Pembrokeshire, northwards to Marloes Bay by Sir Henry De la Beche. No. 2. Section from Gateholme Island to Wooltack Park, Pembrokeshire. No. 3. Section through the Lower Silurian strata, near Llandewi Velfry, in Caermarthenshire by Professor John Phillips. To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , Section 1. Sheet No. 2. No. 4. Section through the lower part of the Old Red Sandstone to the Limestone of Clog-y-fran, near. Llandowror, Caermarthenshire by Professor John Phillips. To illustrate Horizontal Section No. 3. Sheet , No. 2. No. 5. Section of the Flagstone Series at Mydrim, north of St. Clares, in Caermarthenshire. To illustrate Horizontal Section No. 5. Sheet , 2. [Maps 38, 40, 41.] 1850  Full entry
14  [No. 1.] Section through the Tilestone and the Upper and the Lower Silurian strata at Golden Grove, near Llandeilo, Caermarthenshire by Prof John Phillips. To illustrate Horizontal Section No. 2. Sheet , 3. [No. 2.] Through the Tilestones and the Upper and the Lower Silurian strata in the bed of the Sawdde River, near Llangadoc, Caermarthenshire. [Map 41.] To illustrate Horizontal Section No. 3. Sheet 3. 1850  Full entry
15  [No. 1.] Section through the Silurian strata of May Hill Gloucestershire, commencing with the Fault near Loghope by A.C. Ramsay. To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 13, No. 1. [No. 2.] Section from the Old Red Sandstone, through the Silurian strata of Woolhope in Herefordshire by Prof. John Phillips. To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 13, No. 2. [No. 3.] Section from the Old Red Sandstone through the Silurian strata to the syenitic rocks of the Malvern Hills by Prof. John Phillips. [Maps 43 N.E., S.E., N.W.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 13, No. 8.) 1850  Full entry
16  Vertical Sections in the South Staffordshire Coalfield by J. Beete Jukes. No. 1. Brereton, near Rugely. No. 2. Hammerwich Colliery, Cannock Chase. No. 3. Wyrley District. No. 4. Trial pits near Aldridge. No. 5. Brown Hills Colliery, Cannock Chase. No. 6. Bentley District. No. 7. Ryecroft Colliery, near Walsall. No. 8. Ettingshall Lodge, near Wolverhampton. No. 9. Chillington Colliery, near Wolverhampton. No. 10. Priestfields Colliery. No. 11. Trentham Colliery, near Willenhall. No. No. 12. Tipton Green Colliery. No. 13. Bagnall's Limestone Pits, near Dudley Port. [Map 62 N.W., S.W.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet No. 23. 1853  Full entry
17  Vertical Sections in the South Staffordshire Coalfield by J. Beete Jukes. No. 14. Burnt Tree and Coneygrey Pits, East of Dudley. No. 15. Great Bridge Colliery, near West Bromwich. No. 16. The Lyng Colliery, near West Bromwich. No. 17. Lord Dartmouth Heath Pits, West Bromwich. No. 18. Birchyfield Colliery, between Oldbury and Rowley Regis. No. 19. Oakfarm Colliery, near Himley. No. 20. Section South of Park Field Furnace, near Wolverhampton. No. 21. Section of the Trial Pit at Sedgley Hall Farm. No. 22. Section at Tintam Abbey Fire-clay Works, near Stourbridge. Comparative sections of the Thick Coal. [Map 62 S.W.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 24. 1853  Full entry
18  Vertical sections in the South Staffordshire Coalfield by J. Beete Jukes. No. 23. Barrow Hill Colliery, with part from the Graveyards Trial Pits, near Lower Gornal. No. 24. Corbyn's Hall Colliery, with Mr. Gibbons' Level Colliery. No. 25. Old Lion Colliery, South west of Rowley Regis. No. 26. Blackheath Colliery, South of Rowley Regis. No. 27. Boring at Smethwick, near the " Ruck of Stones." No. 28. Bullock Farm Pits, West Bromwich. No. 29. Dudley Brothers' Colliery, between Bloxwich and the New Invention. No. 30. Monmore Colliery. No. 31. Section at Shut End Colliery, near Kingswinford. No. 32. The Walling Pits, between Bilston and Wolverhampton. No. 33. Section of the Black Delf, South of Brierly Hill. No. 34. Pit sunk at Tividale, near Dudley, in 1797. No. 35. Bank Colliery, Wordesley. No. 36. Trial Pit at Shaver's End, near Dudley. No. 37. Section near Cann Lane, East of Sedgley. [Map 62 S.W.] (See Vert. Sect., 26.) 1853  Full entry
19  Vertical sections in the Leicestershire Coalfield (Ashby-de-la-Zouch), Eastern or Coleorton District collected and arragned by E. Hull. No. 1. Section of the Bagworth Colliery Shaft through the New Red Marls and Sandstones (Keuper) into Coalmeasures to the 8 Ft. Coal. No. 2. Ibstock Colliery. No. 3 and No. 4. Snibston Colliery. No. 5. Whitwick Colliery. No. 6. Heather Colliery. No. 7. Swannington New Colliery. No. 8. Peggs Green Colliery. No. 9. Coleorton Colliery. No. 10. Lount Colliery. No. 11. Heath End Colliery. No. 12. Boring at Rough Park Wood. No. 13. Clay Pit at Woodville; with an explanation of local mineral terms. [Maps 63 N.W., 71 S.W.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 46, 48, 52. 1856  Full entry
20  Vertical section 20. Leicestershire Coalfield (Ashby-de-la-Zouch), Western or Moira District. E. Hull. 1. Donnisthorpe Colliery. 2. Oakthorpe New Colliery. 3, 4, 5. Moira Colliery. 6. Woodfield Colliery. 7. Granville Colliery. 8. Boring at Old Swadlincote Colliery. 9. Gresley Common Colliery. 10. Gresley Wood Colliery. 11. Arthcote Colliery. 12. Whitehouse Colliery. 13. New Stanton Colliery; with an explanation of local mineral terms. [Maps 63 N.W., 71 S.W.] (Horiz. Sects., 46, 49, 52.) 1857  Full entry
21  Vertical Sections of the Warwickshire Coalfield. Collected and arranged by H.H. Howell. No. 1. Glascote Colliery. No. 2. Wilnecote Colliery. No. 3. Kettlebrook Colliery. No. 4. Polesworth Colliery. No. 5. Wyken Colliery, near Coventry; Inge's Old Works. No. 6. Baddesley Colliery (Speedwell Pit). No. 7. Pit sunk at Merevale to the Bench Coal. No. 8. Boring at Merevale beneath the Bench Coal. No. 9. Stratford Colliery, Baxterley. No. 10. Section of Coals in the Hawksbury Colliery. No. 11. Haunchwood Colliery, Nuneaton. No. 12. Bedworth Colliery. No. 13. Hawksbury Colliery, near Bedworth. No. 14. Exhall Colliery, near Coventry; with an explanation of the local names of strata. [Maps 62 N.E., and 63 S.W.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 48. 1857  Full entry
22  Comparative Vertical Sections of the Purbeck Strata of Dorsetshire. Nos 1, 2 & 3 by H.W. Bristow. No. 4 by the Revd. Osmond Fisher & H.W. Bristow. No. 1. Durlston Bay. No. 2. Worbarrow Bay. No. 3. Mewps Bay. No. 4. Ridgway Hill, railway cutting. [Maps 16, 17.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 20, 56. 1857  Full entry
22  Comparative Vertical Sections of the Purbeck Strata of Dorsetshire. Nos 1, 2 & 3 by H.W. Bristow. No. 4 by the Revd. Osmond Fisher & H.W. Bristow. No. 1. Durlston Bay. No. 2. Worbarrow Bay. No. 3. Mewps Bay. No. 4. Ridgway Hill, railway cutting. [Maps 16, 17.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 20, 56. 1857  Full entry
23  Sections illustrative of the Coal Measures in the vicinity of Coalbrook Dale, Shropshire. By D.H. Williams. Caughley; Hills Lane Shaft; Broseley; Madeley Court; Deepfield Pit, near Dawley; Portley Pit, Dawley; Pudley-Hill Pit; Lawn Pit, Malinslee; Rickyard Pit, Priorslee; Nelson Pit, Priorslee; Donnington; Horsehays; Lawley and Steeraway. [Map 61 N.E.] 1850  Full entry
23  Sections illustrative of the Coal Measures in the vicinity of Coalbrook Dale, Shropshire. By D.H. Williams. Caughley; Hills Lane Shaft; Broseley; Madeley Court; Deepfield Pit, near Dawley; Portley Pit, Dawley; Pudley-Hill Pit; Lawn Pit, Malinslee; Rickyard Pit, Priorslee; Nelson Pit, Priorslee; Donnington; Horsehays; Lawley and Steeraway. [Map 61 N.E.] 1858  Full entry
24  Sections illustrative of the Coal Measures between Sweeney Mountain, near Oswestry and Brymbo, on the North-West of Wrexham, Denbighshire; by D.H. Williams. Ireland and Co. Colliery, near Oswestry; Old Gronwen Works; No. 8 Shaft, Dryll Colliery; No. 5 Shaft, Pen-y-lan; Crosswilling New Shaft; No. 56 Shaft, Trefar, Clawdd; No. 1 Shaft, Black Park; Newbridge and Acrefair; Ward's Colliery, Cefn Mawr; vicinity of Gardden Hall; Bron Colliery, near Wrexham; Brymbo Iron Works. [Maps 74 N.E., S.E.] 1918  Full entry
26  Pit Sections from the South Staffordshire Coalfield collected and arranged by J. Beete Jukes. No. 38. Essington Colliery, Mr. Mill's Engine Pit. No. 39. Mr. Gilpin's Pit, between Church Bridge and Wyrley Bank, with another Pit at Highfields. No. 40. Near Bentley. No. 41. Cathedral Colliery. No. 42. Conduit Colliery. No. 43. Pelsall Wood Colliery, Messrs. Davis and Bloomer, Pit No. 3, as far as the Deep Coal; Haddock's Moor Pit, for the Measures below the Deep Coal. No. 44. Coppy Hall Colliery, at Stubbock's Green, near Walsall Wood. No. 45. Victory Engine Shaft, Bentley. No. 46. Pit at High Bridge, Pelsall. No. 47. New Pits at Ramrod Hall. No. 48. Round Hill Colliery, near Himley, No. 1 Pit. No. 49. Near Bromley Lane Colliery, near Kingswinford. No. 50. Goldthorn Hill, near Wolverhampton. No. 51. Highfields, near Bilston. No. 52. Tividale Colliery, Pit No. 6. [Maps 62 N.W., S.W.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 45. 1860  Full entry
27  Vertical Sections over the Western District of S. Lancashire, showing the succession of strata from the New Red Sandstone through the Permian Rocks, Upper, Middle and Lower Coal-measures & Millstone Grit, down to the Limestone Shale or Yoredale Rocks [of St. Helens and Wigan District] by Edward Hull. [Maps 80 N.W., 89 S.W.] (See also Vert Sect., 61.) 1861  Full entry
28  Section of the Millstone Grit, Yoredale Beds & Carboniferous Limestone of Grassington Moor and Kettlewell by J.R. Dakyns. [Maps 92 N.E., 97 S.W., S.E., 116, 134, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] 1874  Full entry
29  Pit Sections of the Northumberland and Durham Coal Field (Tyne District). Compiled, collected & arranged by H.H. Howell. No. 1. Wallsend Colliery. No. 2. Backworth Colliery. No. 3. Gosforth Colliery. No. 4. Hartley Colliery. No. 5. Bebside Colliery. No. 6. Montagu Main Colliery. No. 7. Walbotle Colliery. No. 8. Montagu Main Colliery, South of the 90-fathoms Dyke, Towneley Colliery. [Maps 105 N.E., N.W., S.W.; 1, 2, Durham, 73, 81, 88, 89, 97, 98, Northumberland, 6-inch.] 1868  Full entry
30  Section to illustrate the Strata above the Barnsley Coal in the Southern part of the Yorkshire Coalfield compiled and arranged by A.H. Green and R. Russell. No. 1. Shireoaks. No. 2. Kiveton Park. No. 3. Holmes. No. 4. Thryberg Hall. No. 5. Swinton Park Gate. No. 6. Albany and Royal Oak. No. 7. Denaby Main. No. 8. Oaks. No. 9. Carlton Borings. [Maps 82 N.E., N.W., 87 S.W., S.E.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 92, 95. 1868  Full entry
31  Section to illustrate the Strata above the Barnsley Coal, in the southern part of the Yorkshire Coal Field, compiled and arranged by A.H. Green and R. Russell. As continuation of Sheet 30. No. 1. Norwood. No. 2. Aston. No. 3. Fence. No. 4. Orgreave. No. 5. Tinsley Park. No. 6. Pit at Rawmarsh. 6A. Boring at Rawmarsh. No. 7. Rainborough Pit. No. 8. Lund Hill. No. 9. Wombwell Main. No. 10. Part of a boring at Swaithe. Swaithe Main. No. 11. Pinder Oaks. No. 12. Mount Osborne. No. 13. Burton Bank. No. 14. Gawber New. [Maps 82 N.W., 87 S.W.; 274, 275, 283, 295, 299, 300, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 69, 90, 92. 1869  Full entry
32  Sections to illustrate the Strata between the Barnsley and Silkstone Coals in the Southern part of the Yoarkshire Coal Field, compiled and arranged by A.H. Green and R. Russell. No. 1. Renishaw Park. No. 2. Intake. No. 3. Nunnery New. No. 4. Pitsmoor. No. 5. Garrow Tree Hill. 5A. Winterhill Ironstone Pit. No. 6. Greaves. 6A. Boring at Bradgate. No. 7. Fenton's. No. 8. Thorncliffe. No. 9. Wharncliffe Silkstone. No. 10. New Sovereign. No. 11. Strafford Main. No. 12. Pit at Great Ings. 12A. Silkstone Fall. No. 13. Slack Hills. 13A. Church Lane. [Maps 82 N.W., 87 S.W., 1-inch, 274, 282, 288, 289, 294, 295, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 69, 89, 90, 92. 1869  Full entry
33  Vertical Sections of the Lancashire & Cheshire Coal-Field (Eastern Portion). Collected & arranged by Edward Hull. No. 1. Ardwick. No. 2. Bradford Colliery. No. 3. Norbury Colliery. No. 4. Glodwick Colliery, 5. Stand Lane Colliery. No. 6. Church Colliery. No. 7. Darwen. No. 8. Fulledge Colliery. No. 9. Cliviger Colliery. No. 10. Gawthorpe. No. 11. Northwood. [Maps. 81 N.W., 88 S.W. 89 N.E., S.E., 92 S.W., 1-inch; 56, 61, 63, 64, 70, 71, 95, 97, 104, S.W., 6-inch.] (See also Vert. Sect., 61.) 1869  Full entry
34  Vertical Sections of the Lancashire & Cheshire Coal-Field, South Eastern District. Collected & arranged by Edward Hull. No. 1. Patricroft Colliery. No. 2. Worsley Colliery. No. 3. Pendlebury Colliery. No. 4. Dukinfield Colliery. [Maps 88 S.W., and 89 S.E.; and 6-inch Lancashire, 95 and 105.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 65 and 66. 1870  Full entry
35  Sections to illustrate the Lower Coal Measures of the Yorkshire Coalfield, between Penistone and Halifax. Constructed from Pits, borings, and average sections by J.C. Ward. No. 1. Hoyland, Swaine, Penistone, and Hazlehead. No. 2. Bagden, Lower Cumberworth, High Flats, and New Mill. No. 3. Kirkburton, Highburton and Mytholm Bridge. No. 4. Fenay Bridge and Huddersfield. No. 5. Brighouse and High Field Pit. No. 6. Norwood Green, Northowram, Halifax, and Catherine Slack. [Maps 88 S.E. And N.E., 1-inch. No. 21.6, 231, 246, 247, 260, 261, 272, 273, 274, 281, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 89, 90, 92, 95. 1869  Full entry
35  Sections to illustrate the Lower Coal Measures of the Yorkshire Coalfield, between Penistone and Halifax. Constructed from Pits, borings, and average sections by J.C. Ward. No. 1. Hoyland, Swaine, Penistone, and Hazlehead. No. 2. Bagden, Lower Cumberworth, High Flats, and New Mill. No. 3. Kirkburton, Highburton and Mytholm Bridge. No. 4. Fenay Bridge and Huddersfield. No. 5. Brighouse and High Field Pit. No. 6. Norwood Green, Northowram, Halifax, and Catherine Slack. [Maps 88 S.E. And N.E., 1-inch. No. 21.6, 231, 246, 247, 260, 261, 272, 273, 274, 281, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 89, 90, 92, 95. 1869  Full entry
36  Section of the measures above the Barnsley Coal in the district between Barnsley and Wakefield. By A.H. Green and T.V. Holmes. No. 1. (a. Railway cutting at Blacker Hill. (b. East Gawber Colliery, Barnsley. (2. (a. Bore-hole, near Royston. (b. Dearne Side Colliery. No. 3. (a. Bore-hole near Chevet Lane. (b. Woolley Coal Company's Wheatley Wood Pit. No. 4. Crigglestone Cliff Collieries. No. 5. (a. Bore-hole in Hallas Field, near Wakefield. (b. Lupset Colliery, Wakefield. (c. Roundwood Colliery, Wakefield. No. 6. Manor Colliery, Wakefield. No. 7. Bore-hole on Heath Common. No. 8. St. John's Colliery, Newlands. No. 9. Snydale Colliery. No. 10. Featherstone Colliery. [Maps 87 N.W., S.W., 1-inch; and 248, 249, 262, 274, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 92, 95. 1870  Full entry
36  Section of the measures above the Barnsley Coal in the district between Barnsley and Wakefield. By A.H. Green and T.V. Holmes. No. 1. (a. Railway cutting at Blacker Hill. (b. East Gawber Colliery, Barnsley. (2. (a. Bore-hole, near Royston. (b. Dearne Side Colliery. No. 3. (a. Bore-hole near Chevet Lane. (b. Woolley Coal Company's Wheatley Wood Pit. No. 4. Crigglestone Cliff Collieries. No. 5. (a. Bore-hole in Hallas Field, near Wakefield. (b. Lupset Colliery, Wakefield. (c. Roundwood Colliery, Wakefield. No. 6. Manor Colliery, Wakefield. No. 7. Bore-hole on Heath Common. No. 8. St. John's Colliery, Newlands. No. 9. Snydale Colliery. No. 10. Featherstone Colliery. [Maps 87 N.W., S.W., 1-inch; and 248, 249, 262, 274, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 92, 95. 1870  Full entry
37  Vertical section 37. Yorkshire Coalfield, Measures between the Barnsley and Silkstone Coals between Barnsley and Wakefield. A.H. Green and T.V. Holmes. 1. (a.) Bore-hole at Gawber Hall Colliery. (b.) Higham Colliery. 2. (a.) Bore-hole at Briery Royds Colliery. (b.) Bore-hole at Darton. 3. Falconer Colliery. 4. (a.) Bore-hole near Snapethorpe. (b.) (c.) Bore-holes near Cawthorn. 5. Coals about West Clayton and High Hoyland. 6. Bore-hole near Emley. 7. (a.) Bore-hole on Bretton Common. (b.) Sinkings and boring at Victoria Colliery, Netherton. 8. Hartley Bank Collieries. 9. Stanley Victoria Colliery. 10. West Riding Colliery. [Maps 87 N.W., S.W., 1-inch. 233, 234, 248, 261, 274, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] (Horiz. Sects., 95.) 1870  Full entry
37  Section of the measures between the Barnsley and Silkstone Coals in the district between Barnsley and Wakefield. By A.H. Green and T.V. Holmes. No. 1. (a. Bore-hole at Gawber Hall Colliery. (b. Higham Colliery. No. 2. (a. Bore-hole at Briery Royds Colliery. (b. Bore-hole at Darton. No. 3. Falconer Colliery. No. 4. (a. Bore-hole near Snapethorpe. (b. (c. Bore-holes near Cawthorn. No. 5. Coals about West Clayton and High Hoyland. No. 6. Bore-hole near Emley. No. 7. (a. Bore-hole on Bretton Common. (b. Sinkings and boring at Victoria Colliery, Netherton. No. 8. Hartley Bank Collieries. No. 9. Stanley Victoria Colliery. No. 10. West Riding Colliery. [Maps 87 N.W., S.W., 1-inch. 233, 234, 248, 261, 274, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 95. 1870  Full entry
38  Section of the measures above the Haigh Moor Coal, in the neighbourhood of Wakefield. By A.H. Green and T.V. Holmes. No. 1. Bore-hole at Victoria Mill, Ossett. No. 2. Roundwood Colliery, Wakefield. No. 3. Manor Colliery, Wakefield. No. 4. (a. St. John's Colliery, Wakefield. (b. Newton Colliery, Wakefield. No. 5. Stanley Victoria Colliery. No. 6. West Riding Colliery. No. 7. Whitwood Collieries. (a. Bore-hole at Loscoe. (b. Bore-hole. No. 8. Wheldale Colliery, Castleford. No. 9. Newton Colliery, Castleford. No. 10. Coals about Glass Houghton. [Map 87 N.W., 1-inch; 233, 234, 248, 249, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] 1871  Full entry
38  Section of the measures above the Haigh Moor Coal, in the neighbourhood of Wakefield. By A.H. Green and T.V. Holmes. No. 1. Bore-hole at Victoria Mill, Ossett. No. 2. Roundwood Colliery, Wakefield. No. 3. Manor Colliery, Wakefield. No. 4. (a.) St. John's Colliery, Wakefield. (b.) Newton Colliery, Wakefield. No. 5. Stanley Victoria Colliery. No. 6. West Riding Colliery. No. 7. Whitwood Collieries. (a.) Bore-hole at Loscoe. (b.) Bore-hole. No. 8. Wheldale Colliery, Castleford. No. 9. Newton Colliery, Castleford. No. 10. Coals about Glass Houghton. [Map 87 N.W., 1-inch; 233, 234, 248, 249, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] 1871  Full entry
39  Sections of the Strata between the High Main Coal and the Low Main Coal of the Tyne District or Hutton Coal of the Wear District and between the Low Main or Hutton Coal and the Busty and Brockwell Coal taken from sinkings and borings in the North part of the Durham Coal-Field. Arranged by H.H. Howell. No. 1. Tyne Main Colliery (William Pit). No. 2. Team Colliery (Street Pit). No. 3. Dipton Colliery (Delight Pit). No. 4. Charlaw Colliery (Witton Pit). No. 5. Waldridge Fell Colliery. No. 6. Dryburn Grange Colliery. No. 7. Edmondsley Colliery. No. 8. Hetton Colliery. No. 9. Seaton Colliery, near Seaham Harbour. No. 10. Blaydon Main Colliery (Mary Pit). No. 11. Consett District. No. 12. Dipton Colliery (Delight Pit). No. 13. Lintz Colliery. No. 14. Marley Hill Colliery (Byer Moor Pit). No. 15.Dryburn Grange Colliery. No. 16. Selton Colliery, near Chester-le-Street. No. 17. Framwellgate Moor Colliery, near Durham. No. 18. Seaton Colliery. [Maps 105 S.W., S.E.; and 1, 2, 6, 7, 11, 12, 19, 20, Durham, 6-inch.] 1871  Full entry
40  Strata between the Haigh Moor and Blocking Coals near Flockton and Leeds (Yorkshire). By R. Russell. No. 1. Prince of Wales Pit, Flockton. No. 2. Engine Pit, Emroyd. (a. Boring, Hostingley Colliery. (b. Hopton, Mirfield. No. 3. Saville Pit, Dewsbury. (a. Bore-hole, No. 12, Soothill Estate. (b. Boring, Northfield House, Dewsbury. (a. Boring near Red Lathe, Mirfield. (d. Boring, Jackey Wood, near Heckmondwike. (e. Boring, Hazel Grove, Denby Grange. No. 4. Boring, Cross Bank Colliery, Batley. (a. Boring, Carlinghow. No. 5. Muffatt Lane Pit, White Lee Colliery. (a. Boring, Little Gomersall Colliery. (b. West Pit, Gomersall. (c. Boring, Wentworth Colliery, Birstall. (d. Boring, West Yorkshire Colliery, Birstall. No. 6. Street Pit, Gildersome. No. 7. No. 2 Pit, Victoria Colliery, Bruntcliffe. No. 8. Morley Main Colliery. No. 9. Engine Pit, West Ardsley Colliery. No. 10. West Pit, Middleton Colliery. (a. No. 2 Pit, Beeston Manor Colliery. No. 11. Boring, Simpson's Spring, East Ardsley. No. 12. Cousin's Pit, Rothwell Haigh. (a. Bye Pit, Bothwell Haigh. (b. Victoria Pit, Bothwell Haigh. No. 13. Boring, Swillington Bridge. [Maps 87 N.W., 88 N.E., 1-inch. 261, 247, 232, 233, 218, 219 Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 95. 1871  Full entry
40  Strata between the Haigh Moor and Blocking Coals near Flockton and Leeds (Yorkshire). By R. Russell. No. 1. Prince of Wales Pit, Flockton. No. 2. Engine Pit, Emroyd. (a.) Boring, Hostingley Colliery. (b.) Hopton, Mirfield. No. 3. Saville Pit, Dewsbury. (a.) Bore-hole, No. 12, Soothill Estate. (b.) Boring, Northfield House, Dewsbury. (a.) Boring near Red Lathe, Mirfield. (d.) Boring, Jackey Wood, near Heckmondwike. (e.) Boring, Hazel Grove, Denby Grange. No. 4. Boring, Cross Bank Colliery, Batley. (a.) Boring, Carlinghow. No. 5. Muffatt Lane Pit, White Lee Colliery. (a.) Boring, Little Gomersall Colliery. (b.) West Pit, Gomersall. (c.) Boring, Wentworth Colliery, Birstall. (d.) Boring, West Yorkshire Colliery, Birstall. No. 6. Street Pit, Gildersome. No. 7. No. 2 Pit, Victoria Colliery, Bruntcliffe. No. 8. Morley Main Colliery. No. 9. Engine Pit, West Ardsley Colliery. No. 10. West Pit, Middleton Colliery. (a.) No. 2 Pit, Beeston Manor Colliery. No. 11. Boring, Simpson's Spring, East Ardsley. No. 12. Cousin's Pit, Rothwell Haigh. (a.) Bye Pit, Bothwell Haigh. (b.) Victoria Pit, Bothwell Haigh. No. 13. Boring, Swillington Bridge. [Maps 87 N.W., 88 N.E., 1-inch. 261, 247, 232, 233, 218, 219 Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 95. 1871  Full entry
41  Sections of the Northumberland Coal Field (Central District). By William Topley. No. 1. Fawdon Colliery, Engine Pit and Boring. No. 2. Plessay, Boring. No. 3. Seaton Burn Colliery. No. 4. Netherton Colliery, Francis Pit and Boring. No. 5. Hepscott Colliery, Boring. No. 6. Choppington Colliery, New Pit. No. 7. Choppington Colliery, Anne Pit. No. 8. Bedlington Colliery, Engine Pit. No. 9. Cramlington (East Hartford), Scott Pit. No. 10. Cramlington Colliery, Amelia Pit. No. 11. Dudley Colliery. [Map 105 N.W.; 72, 80, 88, Northumberland, 6-inch.] 1871  Full entry
42  Sections to illustrate the Strata between the Blocking Bed and Better Bed Coals in the district between Huddersfield and Leeds. By R. Russell. No. 1. Four Lane Ends, Addlecroft. No. 2. Boring at West side of Railway between Jill Lane and Tomroyd's House. No. 3. Boring at bottom of Engine Pit, Dewsbury Moor. Strawberry Pit, Liversedge. (a.) Boring at Cleckheaton. No. 5. Green Lane Pit, Clifton. No. 6. High Moor Lane Pit, Clifton. No. 7. Well-sinking at Cleckheaton. (a.) Popplewell Pit, Scholes. (b.) Sinking at Popplewell. No. 8. Cleckheaton Engine Pit, Hunsworth. Colliery 9. No. 2 Pit, Hunsworth Colliery. No. 10. Westgate Hill, near Toll Bar. No. 11. No. 13 Pit, Broad-Oaks Colliery. No. 12. No. 4 Pit, Beeston Manor Colliery. (a.) Boring at Cross Flats, Beeston. No. 13. Engine Pit, Neville Hill Colliery. [Maps 88 N.E., 87 N.W., 93 S.W.; 247, 231, 232, 217, 218, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet 95. 1872  Full entry
42  Sections to illustrate the Blocking Bed and better Bed Coals in the district between Huddersfield and Leeds. By R. Russell. No. 1. Four Lane Ends, Addlecroft. No. 2. Boring at West side of Railway between Jill Lane and Tomroyd's House. No. 3. Boring at bottom of Engine Pit, Dewsbury Moor. Strawberry Pit, Liversedge. (a.) Boring at Cleckheaton. No. 5. Green Lane Pit, Clifton. No. 6. High Moor Lane Pit, Clifton. No. 7. Well-sinking at Cleckheaton. (a.) Popplewell Pit, Scholes. (b.) Sinking at Popplewell. No. 8. Cleckheaton Engine Pit, Hunsworth. Colliery 9. No. 2 Pit, Hunsworth Colliery. No. 10. Westgate Hill, near Toll Bar. No. 11. No. 13 Pit, Broad-Oaks Colliery. No. 12. No. 4 Pit, Beeston Manor Colliery. (a.) Boring at Cross Flats, Beeston. No. 13. Engine Pit, Neville Hill Colliery. [Maps 88 N.E., 87 N.W., 93 S.W.; 247, 231, 232, 217, 218, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet 95. 1872  Full entry
43  Sections to illustrate the Strata between the Soft Coal and the Blocking Bed Coal, in the Halifax, Bradford and Leeds districts. Arranged and compiled by R. Russell. No. 1. Boring, Mirfield. No. 2. Boring, Windy Bank. No. 3. Breaks Pit. (a.) Boring, near Breaks Pit. No. 4. First Mine Shaft, Lower Wike. No. 5. Upper Cow Close Pit, Wike. No. 6. Section in the Low Moor District. No. 7. Boring, Jagger Park Wood, near Shelf. No. 8. Boring, Queenshead, near Bradford. (a.) Average Section in the Queenshead, Thornton, and Manningham Districts. No. 9. Foot Road Pit, Parkside, West Bowling, near Bradford. No. 10. Bowling Iron Works. No. 11. Boring at Mr. Garnett's Mill, Bradford. No. 12. No. 1 Pit, Tong. No. 13. Boring at Westgate Hill. No. 14. Charles Pit, Tong. (a.) Boring, Rawden. (b.) Average Section in the Calverley, Horsforth, Rawden Districts. [Maps 88 N.E., 92 S.E.; 247, 231, 216, 217, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 95.) 1872  Full entry
44  Sections to illustrate the Strata between the Soft Bed Coal and Middleton Main Coal, in the Bradford and Leeds Districts. Arranged and compiled by J.C. Ward and R. Russell. No. 1. Booth Holme Field Colliery, Tong. No. 2. N. Pit, Tong. No. 3. Mill Pit, Tong. No. 4. Sowden Air Pit. No. 5. Boring, Fleece Inn, Churwell. No. 6. No. 10 Pit, Beeston Manor Colliery. No. 7. No. 2 Pit, Beeston Manor Colliery. No. 8. Boring at Beeston. No. 9. Boring, Dragon Pit, Wortley. No. 10. Air Pit, Moggey Field, Wortley. 11 Lane Pit, Wortley. No. 12. Boring, Wellhouse Foundry, Leeds. No. 13. Boring, Union Foundry, Leeds. No. 14. Brewery, South Brook Street, Leeds. No. 15. Boring, Dye Works, East Street, Leeds. No. 16. Boring, Merrion Square Mill, Leeds. No. 17. Oriental Baths, Cookridge Street, Leeds. No. 18. Boring, St. Peter's Hill, Burley Road, Leeds. No. 19. No. 2 Boring, Green Farm, Leeds. No. 20. Gibraltar Colliery, Hunslet, near Leeds. No. 21. Dame Pit, Waterloo Main Colliery. No. 22. Nursery Pit, Waterloo Main Colliery. No. 23. Boring, Killingbeck Park, near Leeds. No. 24. Boring near Crossgates. No. 25. Victoria Pit, Manston. No. 26. Boring, North Side of Fox Wood, Seacroft. 26A. Average Section in the district North of Leeds. [Maps 87 N.W., 88 N.E., 93 S.W.; 217, 218, 203, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] 1872  Full entry
45  Sections to illustrate the Strata between the Stanley Scale and Beeston Bed Coals in the district between Dewsbury and Fairburn near Leeds. Arranged by J.C. Ward and R. Russell. No. 1. Boring in Soothill Estate. No. 1. (a.) Stanley Victoria Colliery. No. 2. Newhall Colliery, Middleton, near Leeds. No. 3. Bye Pit, Rothwell Haigh Colliery, near Leeds. No. 4. Newmarket Colliery, Methley. No. 5. Hoo Wood Pit. No. 6. Boring, Little Cross Holme, Allerton Bywater, near Leeds. No. 7. Boring at Fairburn. No. 8. Boring at Cregg, Fairburn. 10 & 11. Boring at Kippax. No. 12. Boring at Bliley Wood, Kippax. No. 13. Borings at Westfield Lane Bridge, Kippax. No. 14. Garforth Bridge, near Leeds. No. 15. Boring at Colton, near Leeds. No. 16. Bye Pit, West Yorkshire Colliery, Austhorpe. No. 17. Boring near Micklefield. No. 18. Boring at Micklefield. [Maps. 87 N.W., 93 S.W.; 218, 219, 232, 233, 234, 235, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] 1873  Full entry
45  Sections to illustrate the Strata between the Stanley Scale and Beeston Bed Coals in the District between Dewsbury and Fairburn near Leeds. Arranged by J.C. Ward and R. Russell. No. 1. Boring in Soothill Estate. No. 1. (a.) Stanley Victoria Colliery. No. 2. Newhall Colliery, Middleton, near Leeds. No. 3. Bye Pit, Rothwell Haigh Colliery, near Leeds. No. 4. Newmarket Colliery, Methley. No. 5. Hoo Wood Pit. No. 6. Boring, Little Cross Holme, Allerton Bywater, near Leeds. No. 7. Boring at Fairburn. No. 8. Boring at Cregg, Fairburn. 10 & 11. Boring at Kippax. No. 12. Boring at Bliley Wood, Kippax. No. 13. Borings at Westfield Lane Bridge, Kippax. No. 14. Garforth Bridge, near Leeds. No. 15. Boring at Colton, near Leeds. No. 16. Bye Pit, West Yorkshire Colliery, Austhorpe. No. 17. Boring near Micklefield. No. 18. Boring at Micklefield. [Maps. 87 N.W., 93 S.W.; 218, 219, 232, 233, 234, 235, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] 1873  Full entry
46  Vertical sections of the Lower Lias and Rhaetic or Penarth Beds of Somerset and Gloucester - shires. By H.W. Bristow, R. Etheridge and H.B. Woodward. No. 1. Puriton. No. 2. Horfield. No. 3. Uphill. No. 4. Upper Knowle. No. 5. Whitchurch. No. 6. Aust Cliff. No. 7. Westbury Cliff. No. 8. Patchway. No. 9. Saltford. No. 10. Kelston. No. 11. Weston, near Bath. No. 12. Keynsham Hams. No. 13. Paulton. No. 14. Wells. No. 15. Shepton Mallet. No. 16. Clutton. [Maps 19, 20, 35.] 1873  Full entry
47  Vertical sections of the Lower Lias and Rhaetic or Penarth Beds of Glamorgan-, Somerset-, and Gloucester - shires. By H.W. Bristow and R. Etheridge. No. 1. Penarth. No. 2. Street. No. 3. Lavernock. No. 4. Penarth Roads. No. 5. Curry Riven. No. 6. St. Audrie's Slip. No. 7. Combe Hill. No. 8. Watchet. [Maps 18, 19, 20, 36, 44.] 1873  Full entry
48  Somersetshire and Gloucestershire Coalfields. Sections of shafts sunk in the Upper Series of Coal Measures, (above the Pennant Grit). Drawn by John Anstie under the direction of Josepth Prestwich for the Royal Coal Commission. No. 1. Braysdown Pit. No. 2. Upper Writhlington Pit. No. 3. Foxcote Pit. No. 4. Tyning Pit. No. 5. Wellsway Pit. No. 6. Old Grove Pit. No. 7. Fry's Bottom Pit. [Map 19.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 105.) 1873  Full entry
48  Somersetshire and Gloucestershire Coalfields. Sections of Shafts sunk in the Upper Series of Coal Measures (above the Pennant Grit). Drawn by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich for the Coal Royal Commission. No. 1. Braysdown Pit. No. 2. Upper Writhlington Pit. No. 3. Foxcote Pit. No. 4. Tyning Pit. No. 5. Wellsway Pit. No. 6. Old Grove Pit. No. 7. Fry's Bottom Pit. [Map 19.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 105.) 1949  Full entry
50  Somersetshire and Gloucestershire Coalfields. Section of Shafts sunk in the Lower Series of Coal Measures (below the Pennant Grit). Drawn by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich for the Coal Royal Commission. General Section at Bedminster. No. 20. Whitehall Pit. No. 21. Easton New Pit. No. 22. Barr's Court Pit. No. 23. Old Rock Pit. No. 24. New Mells Pit. No. 25. Newbury Pit, across Nettlebridge Valley, at Vobster. [Map 19.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 15, 16. 1949  Full entry
51  Somersetshire and Gloucestershire Coalfields. General Vertical Section near Keynsham. Compiled by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich for the Coal Royal Commission. [Maps 19, 35.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 103. 1949  Full entry
51  Somersetshire and Gloucestershire Coalfields. General Vertical Section near Keynsham. Compiled by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich for the Coal Royal Commission. [Maps 19, 35.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 103. 1949  Full entry
52  Somersetshire and Gloucestershire Coalfields. General Vertical Section, near Clandown (1 mile N. of Radstock, Somersetshire) compiled by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich for the Royal Coal Commission. [Map 19.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 15 and 16 in part.) 1873  Full entry
52  Somersetshire and Gloucestershire Coalfields. General Vertical Section, near Clandown (1 mile N. of Radstock, Somersetshire) compiled by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich for the Royal Coal Commission. [Map 19.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 15 and 16 in part.) 1873  Full entry
53  Section of the Coal Measures of the South Wales Basins from Glyncorrwg Fault to Pembrey Bar Fault on the south crop, north of Anticlinal; showing relative position and average thickness of each Coal Seam. Arranged from the Sections and Tables as supplied by H. Hussey Vivian to the Report of the Royal Coal Commission, 1871. From collieries in the Districts of Pembrey (on the west) Llanelly, Castell, Loughor, Swansea, Llansamlet, Neath, Britton Ferry; to Maesteg (on the East) Made by Evan Daniel. [Maps 36, 37.] 1873  Full entry
53  Section of the Coal Measures of the South Wales Basins from Glyncorrwg Fault to Pembrey Bar Fault on the south crop, north of Anticlinal; showing relative position and average thickness of each Coal Seam. Arranged from the Sections and Tables as supplied by H. Hussey Vivian to the Report of the Royal Coal Commission, 1871. From collieries in the Districts of Pembrey (on the west) Llanelly, Castell, Loughor, Swansea, Llansamlet, Neath, Britton Ferry; to Maesteg (on the East) Made by Evan Daniel. [Maps 36, 37.] 1873  Full entry
54  Northumberland Coalfield between the Rivers Lyne and Wansbeck by W. Topley. No. 1. Collingwood. No. 2. Pit, Fawdon Quarry, Longhirst Grange. No. 3. Pegswood Colliery. No. 4. Longhirst Colliery. No. 5. Ashington Colliery. No. 6. Ashington. No. 7. Blackclose. No. 8. North Seaton Colliery. No. 9. Linton. No. 10. Woodhorn. No. 11. Woodhorn. [Maps 105 N.W., N.E., 109 S.W., S.E., 1-inch. 64, 65, Northumberland, 6-inch.] 1874  Full entry
55  Northumberland Coalfield between the Rivers Coquet & Lyne. By W. Topley. No. 1. Ulgham Colliery. 1a. Widdrington. No. 2. Stobswood. No. 3. Widdrington Colliery. 4 (a & b). Chevington Colliery. No. 5. Chevington Colliery. No. 6. Broomhill Colliery. No. 7. Broomhill Colliery. No. 8. Ackrington Colliery. No. 9. Broomhill Colliery. No. 10. Radcliffe Colliery. 11 (a & b). Radcliffe Colliery. [Maps 109 S.W., S.E., 1-inch. 46, 47, 55, Northumberland, 6-inch.] 1875  Full entry
56  Pit Section and Borings to the Little Limestone Coal in Northumberland and Cumberland (South Tyne District). By David Burns. No. 1. Blacksike Shaft. No. 2. Gairs. No. 3. Howard. No. 4. Roachburn. No. 5. Reaygarth Colliery. No. 6. Denton Fell. No. 7. Blenkinsope Colliery. No. 8. South Tyne Colliery, Fell End. No. 9. South Tyne, Greenwood. No. 10. West Plainmeller. No. 11. Hardriding. No. 12. Henshaw and Melkridge. No. 13. Unthank. No. 14. Henshaw. No. 15. Birkshaw. No. 16. Settlingstones. No. 17. Coastley. No. 18. Fourstones. No. 19. Acomb. No. 20. Stagshow. No. 21. Fenwick. No. 22. Matfen Tilery. No. 23. Fallowfield. [Maps 105 N.W., 106 N.E., S.E., S.W., 1-inch. 78, 84, 85, 86, 91, 92, 94, Northumberland; 18, 25, Cumberland, 6-inch.] 1876  Full entry
57  Section of the Coal Measures of the South Wales Basins from Glyncorrwg Fault to Pembrey Bar Fault South of Anticlinal; showing relative position and average thickness of each Coal Seam. Arranged from the Sections and Tables as supplied by H. Hussey Vivian to the Report of the Royal Coal Commission, 1871. From the Morfa, Bryndu, Cefn, Ffoes and Tondu Collieries. Made by Evan Daniel. [Maps 36, 37.] 1874  Full entry
57  Section of the Coal Measures of the South Wales Basins from Glyncorrwg Fault to Pembrey Bar Fault South of Anticlinal; showing relative position and average thickness of each Coal Seam. Arranged from the Sections and Tables as supplied by H. Hussey Vivian to the Report of the Royal Coal Commission, 1871. From the Morfa, Bryndu, Cefn, Ffoes and Tondu Collieries. Made by Evan Daniel. [Maps 36, 37.] 1874  Full entry
58  Section of the Coal Measures of the South Wales Basins from Glyncorrwg Fault to Pembrey Bar Fault on the North Crop; showing relative position and average thickness of each Coal Seam. Arranged from the Sections and Tables as supplied by H. Hussey Vivian to the Report of the Royal Coal Commission, 1871. From Collieries in the District of Kidwelly, Llanelly; Swansea and Neath. Made by Evan Daniel. [Maps 36, 37.] 1874  Full entry
58  Section of the Coal Measures of the South Wales Basins from Glyncorrwg Fault to Pembrey Bar Fault on the North Crop; showing relative position and average thickness of each Coal Seam. Arranged from the Sections and Tables as supplied by H. Hussey Vivian to the Report of the Royal Coal Commission, 1871. From Collieries in the District of Kidwelly, Llanelly; Swansea and Neath. Made by Evan Daniel. [Maps 36, 37.] 1874  Full entry
59  Section of the Coal Measures of the South Wales Basins from Glyncorrwg Fault to Pembrey Bar Fault on the North Crop; showing relative position and average thickness of each Coal Seam. Arranged from the Sections and Tables as supplied by H. Hussey Vivian to the Report of the Royal Coal Commission, 1871. From Collieries in the District of Kidwelly, Llanelly; Swansea and Neath. Made by Evan Daniel. [Maps 36, 37.] 1876  Full entry
59  Section of the Coal Measures of the South Wales Basins from Glyncorrwg Fault to Pembrey Bar Fault on the North Crop; (completing the Section in Sheet 58). Showing relative position and average thickness of each Coal Seam. Arranged from the Sections and Tables as supplied by H. Hussey Vivian to the Report of the Royal Coal Commission, 1876. From Collieries in the District of Kidwelly, Llanelly; Swansea and Neath. Made by Evan Daniel. [Maps 36, 37.] 1876  Full entry
60  Sections of the Northumberland Coalfield (Western District). By David Burns. No. 1. Midgeholm Engine Pit Colliery. No. 2. Coanwood Colliery, West Pit. No. 3. Coanwood Colliery, East Pit. No. 4. Hargill Rigg, South Borehole. No. 5. Hargill Rigg, North Borehole. No. 6. Plainmeller Colliery, Old Pit. No. 7. Plainmeller, New Pit. No. 8. Stublick Colliery, West Pit. No. 9. Cartsbogg Colliery, Engine Pit. No. 10. Stublick Colliery, West Shaft. No. 11. Prudhoe Main Colliery, John Pit. No. 12. Walbottle Colliery. [Maps 105 S.W., 106 S.W., S.E.; 91, 92, 93, 96, Northumberland, 6-inch.] 1876  Full entry
61  West Lancashire Coal Field. Sections of Shafts sunk in the Middle Coal Measures of Prescot, St. Helens, Wigan and Burnley. By C.E. De Rance and A. Strahan. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1, Prescot; Whiston, Prescot and Tarbock Collieries. No. 2. St. Helens : Deep Pit, Saint Helens Colliery. No. 3. Garswood, near St. Helens. No. 4. Bryn, near Ashton : Park Lane Colliery. No. 5. Pemberton : 18-feet Pit, Pemberton Colliery. No. 6. Norley Hall : No. 3 Pit. Norley Colliery. No. 7. Bradley Hall, Worthington. No. 8. Worthington : No. 1 Pit. Worthington Colliery. No. 9. Blainscough, No. 3 Pit, Blainscough Hall Collieries. No. 10. Burnley; Fulledge Colliery, Cliviger Colliery. [Maps 80 N.W., 89 S.W., N.E., N.W. 88 N.W.; 64, 85, 93, 101, 107: Lancashire, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 62, 63, 68, 85, 86. See also Vert. Sects., 27, 33. 1876  Full entry
62  Sections of lead mines in the Carboniferous Limestone Series of Northumberland, in the Districts of the Tyne, Allendale, and Derwent. By David Burns under the superintendece of H.H. Howell. No. No. 1. Shildon Mine, Engine Shaft. No. 2. Beldon Mine, Pumping Shaft. No. 3. Allenheads Mine, Collier and High Shaft. No. 4. Blackett Level, Breckon Hill Shaft. No. 5. Blackett Level, Sipton Shaft. No. 6. Blackett Level, Holms Linn Shaft. No. 7. Blackett Level, Studdon Dean Shaft. No. 8. Coalcleugh Mine, Scrathie Hole Shaft. No. 9. Longcleugh Mine. No. 10. Waterfall, Whitfield Grounds. No. 11. Honeycrook Mine, Leadbitter Shaft. No. 12. Grindon Mine, Engine Shaft. No. 13. Settlingstones Mine, Winters Shaft. No. 14. Stonecroft Mine, Greyside Shaft. No. 15. Carr Edge Mine, West Shaft. No. 16. Fallowfield Mine. [Maps 102 N.E.,106 N.E., S.E.; 84, 85, 93, 101, 102, 106, 107, 108, 111, Northumberland, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 148. 1877  Full entry
63  Strata in the Derwent and Wear Valleys, Durham. By David Burns under the superintendece of H.H. Howell. No. 1. Derwent Mines (Taylors Shaft). No. 2. Roughs Shaft. No. 3. Jeffrys Shaft. No. 4. Ramshaw, Engine Shaft. No. 5. Pear's Shaft. No. 6. Rookhope, W.B. Lead Mine, Bolts Burn Engine Shaft. No. 7. Cornish Hugh Mine, Air Shaft. No. 8. Harehope Gill Mine. No. 9. Sharnberry Mine, Shaft A. No. 10. Sunnyside Mine, Bell's Shaft. No. 11. Whiteheap's Engine Shaft. No. 12. Slitt Mine, Engine Shaft. No. 13. Burtree Pasture Mine, Level Head Engine Shaft. [Maps 102 N.E., 103 N.W., 106 S.E.; 16, 22, 23, 32, Durham, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 148. 1878  Full entry
64  Section of strata of lead mines in the Derwent and Wear Valleys. Co. Durham. Drawn and arranged by David Burns under the superintendence of H.H. Howell. Northumberland Coalfield (Supplementary Sheet). No. 1. Killingworth. No. 2. Coxledge. No. 3. Wideopen. 3a. Callerton. No. 4. Dinnington. No. 5. Netherton. No. 6. Hepscott boring. No. 7. Cambois. No. 8. Widdrington boring. [Maps 105 N.E., N.W., 109 S.W.; 55, 72, 80, 87, 88, Northumberland, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 148. 1878  Full entry
65  Pit Sections and Borings of the South Durham Coal-field. Drawn and arranged by Henry H. Howell. No. 1. The Adelaide Colliery. No. 2. South Durham Colliery. No. 3. Maison's Pit, Great Chilton. No. 4. Bishop Middleham Colliery. No. 5. Little Chilton Colliery. No. 6. Windlestone Colliery. No. 7. Mainsforth Colliery. [Maps 103 N.E., S.W.; 35, 42, 43, Durham, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 148. 1878  Full entry
66  Sections of the Strata of the Cumberland lead mines (Alston District). Drawn and arranged by David Burns under the superintendence of Henry H. Howell. No. 1. Rotherhope Fell Mine. No. 2. Hudgill Mine. No. 3. Garrigill Syke Mine. No. 4. Haggs Mine. No. 5. Haggs Mine, West End. No. 6. Brownley Hill Mine. No. 7. Bentyfield Mine, East End. No. 8. Bentyfield Mine, West End. No. 9. Gowgang Airshaft. No. 10. Guddamgill Mine. No. 11. Tees Side Mine. No. 12. Metal Band Mine. [Map 102 N.E.; 33, 34, 41, 42, 51, 52, Durham, 6-inch.] To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 148. 1878  Full entry
67  Vertical Sections of part of the Lower & Middle Oolitic Strata of the Yorkshire Coast, from Filey to Cloughton. By C. Fox-Strangways & R. Etheridge under the superintendence of H.H. Howell. List of fossils by R. Etheridge. [Maps 95 N.W., S.W.; 62, 78, 94, Yorkshire, 6-inch.] 1879  Full entry
68  Section to illustrate the Strata above the Four-Foot Coal in the Whitehaven district of the Cumberland Coal-Field. Arranged by R.Russell. [Maps 101 S.W. N.W., 102 N.W., 1-inch; and 35, 44, 45, 53, 54, 61, 62, 67, 68, 72, Cumberland, 6-inch.] [Map 101 S.W.; 67, Cumberland, 6-inch.] 1883  Full entry
69  Sections to illustrate the Carboniferous Limestone in the district between Egremont and Woodend, Cumberland Coal and Iron-field. By. R. Russell. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 101 S.W.; 6-inch Cumberland, 72.] 1883  Full entry
70  Sections to illustrate the Carboniferous Limestone in the district between Woodend and Moor Row Cumberland Coal and Iron Field. By R. Russell. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 101 S.W.; 67, Cumberland, 6-inch.] 1885  Full entry
71  Sections to illustrate the Carboniferous Limestone in the Districts of Moor Row, Cleator Moor and Frizington, Cumberland Coal and Iron Field. By R. Russell. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 101 S.W.; 6-inch, Cumberland, 67, 68.] 1885  Full entry
72  Sections to illustrate the Strata above the Six-Quarters or Low Bottom Coal, Cleator Moor, and Frizington districts of the Cumberland Coalfield. By R. Russell. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 101 S.W.; 67, Cumberland, 6-inch.] 1885  Full entry
73  Sections to illustrate the Carboniferous Limestone in the districts of of Yeatehouse, Salter, & Eskett and Winder, Cumberland Coal and Iron Field. By. R. Russell. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 101 S.W.; 62, 68, Cumberland, 6-inch.] 1886  Full entry
74  Sections to illustrate the Strata above the Four-Foot Coal in the Moresby, Harrington, Gilgarron, Dean Moor, and Wythe Moor districts of the Cumberland Coalfield. By R. Russell. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 101 S.W.; 54, 61, 62, 67, Cumberland, 6-inch.] 1886  Full entry
75  Sections to illustrate the Strata above the Six-Quarters and Linkbank Coal; Workington, Clifton, Camerton, Seaton, Flimby, Little Broughton, and Ellenborough districts of the Cumberland Coalfield. By R. Russell. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 101 N.W., S.W.; 44, 45, 53, 54, Cumberland, 6-inch.] 1886  Full entry
76  Sections to illustrate the strata above the Six-Quarters and Linkbank Coals in Little Broughton, Dovenby, Dearham, Birkby, Crossby, and Gilcrux, Cumberland Coal-field. By R. Russell. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 101 N.W.; 35, 45, Cumberland, 6-inch.] 1887  Full entry
77  Sections of Shafts sunk in the Middle Coal Measures on the coast of Flintshire in the districts of Mostyn, Flint, and of Heston Colliery, Parkgate, Cheshire. By C.E. De Rance. [Maps 79 N.E., S.E.; 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, 14, Flintshire, and 22, 30, Cheshire, 6-inch.] 1888  Full entry
78  Flintshire Coal-field. Sections in the Middle Coal Measures in the Districts of Hawarden and Treiddyn. By C.E. De Rance. [Map 79 S.E., and 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, Flintshire, 6-inch.] 1888  Full entry
79  Vertical Sections illustrative of the Coal Seams, &c., of the Carboniferous Limestone Series in North Tynedale and Redesdale. Drawn and arranged by Hugh Miller. [Maps 106 N.W., N.E., 108 S.W., S.E.; and 42, 43, 50, 51, 52, 58-61, 66-69, 77, Northumberland, 6-inch.] 1892  Full entry
80  Sections of Shafts in the productive Coal Measures above and below the Pennant Grit in the one-inch map 249 (South Monmouthshire and East Glamorganshire.) By A Strahan. Scale 100 feet to an inch. No. 1. Wingfield Pit. No. 2. Gilfach Colliery (No. 1Pit). No. 3. Cwm-y-Glo Shaft. No. 4. Rhos Llantwit Pit, Caerphilly. No. 5. Pen-yr-Heol Pit, Caerphilly. No. 6. Rhyd-yr-helig Pit, Llantwit Fardre. No. 7. Maes-Mawr Pit. No. 8. Cwm Bran Colliery. No. 9. The Glyn Pit, Pontypool. No. 10. Tirpentwys Colliery. No. 11. Llanhilleth Colliery. No. 12. Celynen Colliery. No. 13. Abercarn Colliery. No. 14. Risca (No. 1 Pit). No. 15. Llanbradaeh Colliery. No. 16. Harris' Steam Navigation Colliery. No. 17. Dowlais-Cardiff Colliery (South Pit) Navigation. No. 18. Albion Colliery. [Illustrates 1-inch Map 249 New Series; and 22, 23, 27, 28, Monmouthshire and 19, 28, 36, 37, Glamorganshire, 6-inch.] 1895  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.] 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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