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The Black Vein Colliery was opened in the early 1840s by [[John Russell (1788-1873)|John Russell]] of the [[Risca Iron and Coal Co]]
 
The Black Vein Colliery was opened in the early 1840s by [[John Russell (1788-1873)|John Russell]] of the [[Risca Iron and Coal Co]]
  
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1891 The National Collieries in the Rhondda Valley were united with those of Abercarn and [[Risca Collieries|Risca]] under the title of [[United National Collieries]]
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of Risca, Monmouthshire

The Black Vein Colliery was opened in the early 1840s by John Russell of the Risca Iron and Coal Co


1891 The National Collieries in the Rhondda Valley were united with those of Abercarn and Risca under the title of United National Collieries


See Also

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Sources of Information