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1923 Output 363,000 tons/year.  Owned the Britannic, Dinas Main (Level), and Trane & Llewellyn mines at Gilfach Goch<ref>Durham Mining Museum [http://www.dmm.org.uk/company/b1057.htm]</ref>.
 
1923 Output 363,000 tons/year.  Owned the Britannic, Dinas Main (Level), and Trane & Llewellyn mines at Gilfach Goch<ref>Durham Mining Museum [http://www.dmm.org.uk/company/b1057.htm]</ref>.
  
Incorporated into [[Welsh Associated Collieries]]
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1929 July: [[GKN|Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds]] acquired the [[Cambrian Collieries|Cambrian]], [[Glamorgan Coal Co|Glamorgan Colliery]], [[Naval Colliery Co|Naval]] and [[Britannic Merthyr Coal Co|Britannic Merthyr]] collieries from the liquidator<ref>The Times Nov. 11, 1929</ref>
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1930 Became part of [[Welsh Associated Collieries]]
  
  

Latest revision as of 10:59, 12 July 2020

of Cambrian Buildings, Bute Docks, Cardiff

1904 The company was registered on 13 September, to acquire the Dinas Main Colleries, Glamorganshire. [1]

1913 A proposal was made to amalgamate the collieries in the Cambrian Combine, namely the Cambrian, the Glamorgan, the Britannic, and the Naval, with D. A. Thomas in charge[2]

1923 Output 363,000 tons/year. Owned the Britannic, Dinas Main (Level), and Trane & Llewellyn mines at Gilfach Goch[3].

1929 July: Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds acquired the Cambrian, Glamorgan Colliery, Naval and Britannic Merthyr collieries from the liquidator[4]

1930 Became part of Welsh Associated Collieries


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Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  2. The Times Dec. 30, 1912
  3. Durham Mining Museum [1]
  4. The Times Nov. 11, 1929