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The Who photographed by Ethan Russell at Easington Colliery, 1969. The photograph would become the album cover for Who’s Next.

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Les ouvriers révoltés de l'ère Thatcher

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Miners' Strike 30 years on: Photographer returns to Durham pit village to find people captured in iconic images

Miners' Strike 30 years on: Photographer returns to Durham pit ...

Easington Colliery circa 1968 Graphite pen and watercolour drawn from memory of the first landscape sketch I ever did looking out of the Survey Office window. The only reference I had was old photos at 90 degrees to this view. That's me and my two assistants Geordie Vickers and Norman Walker in the foreground heading underground to do some survey work.

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Life after coal: how one Easington Colliery family survived the closure of their mine

Industrial frontline … Easington Colliery, County Durham.


June 1st 1951, Easington Mining Disaster

South Hetton, East Front Street. This view is of the Easington to Wardley road (later A182), with what was, after nationalisation of the mines, to become the Colliery Manager's house (South Lodge?) prominent on the left and the Colliery Offices opposite. The manager's house was subsequently sold to a Surveyor of Customs & Excise and later became a residential home for retired people. The camera is pointing west-north-westward. Visible beyond the telegraph pole are the Miners' Institute…

Easington Colliery Primary School - Decaying corridor


Easington Lodge Banner, Durham Miners' Gala