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The Tylorstown pits were sunk on the southern dip of the [[Ferndale Colliery|Ferndale]] seams by the [[Tylor Brothers]]
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The Tylorstown pits were sunk on the southern dip of the [[Ferndale Colliery|Ferndale]] seams by the [[A. Tylor and Co|Tylor Brothers]]
  
 
The property was transferred  to  the [[David Davis and Sons]]
 
The property was transferred  to  the [[David Davis and Sons]]

Revision as of 10:19, 13 July 2020

The Tylorstown pits were sunk on the southern dip of the Ferndale seams by the Tylor Brothers

The property was transferred to the David Davis and Sons

After this the workings of the Tylorstown and Ferndale collieries were made physically and geographically continuous.

1896 Major explosion occurred in the Tylorstown collieries

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