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Gillar's Green Colliery

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Also know as Giller's Green Colliery.

1883 Sale notice: 'Gillers Green Colliery, Eccleston, near St Helens and Prescot Sale of valuable COLLIERY PLANT. Pair of Horizontal Steam Engines, by Higginbottom (Hyde),with 16-Inch cylinders. 30-Inch stroke. 5-Inch throttle valve exhaust pipe, and all necessary fittings, Winding Drum, 7ft. in diameter; two Double-flued Cylindrical Steam Boilers, by Garforth, 24ft. long, 7-feet diameter, with Galloway tubes, safety valves and fittings; .....'[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. Liverpool Mercury, 2nd February 1883