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by Alan Davies

  • ISBN: 1848684894
  • Category: Engineering
  • Author: Alan Davies
  • Subcategory: Engineering
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Amberley Publishing (November 15, 2009)
  • Pages: 128 pages
  • FB2 size: 1802 kb
  • EPUB size: 1195 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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Atherton Collieries Association Football Club is a football club based in Atherton, Greater Manchester, England. The club are currently members of the Northern Premier League Premier Division and play at Alder House.

Atherton Collieries Association Football Club is a football club based in Atherton, Greater Manchester, England. They are full members of the Lancashire County Football Association. Between 1919 and 1965 Atherton Collieries were winners of the Bolton Combination ten times. By 1964–65 they had won the Lancashire FA Amateur Shield six times, a record which is still unsurpassed. They are nicknamed "Colls".

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Nationalized in 1947, the collieries were operated by the National Coal Board until the closure of Chanters Colliery in 1966

The first deep shafts sunk at Atherton were by John Fletcher  . Nationalized in 1947, the collieries were operated by the National Coal Board until the closure of Chanters Colliery in 1966. Howe Bridge was the largest and longest-operated of the local pits and lasted for 109 years, from 1850-1959. Gibfield has a notable claim to fame in that it contained the very first miners' pithead baths but it was the disaster at Pretoria Colliery that made the small coalfield infamous.

Atherton Collieries - ای بک کے مصنف Alan Davies۔ اپنے PC, android, iOS آلات پر Google Play کتابیں ایپس استعمال کر کے اس کتاب کو پڑھیں۔ آف لائن پڑھنے، ہائی لائٹس کرنے، بُک مارک یا Atherton Collieries.

Atherton Collieries - ای بک کے مصنف Alan Davies۔ اپنے PC, android, iOS آلات پر Google Play کتابیں ایپس استعمال کر کے اس کتاب کو پڑھیں۔ آف لائن پڑھنے، ہائی لائٹس کرنے، بُک مارک یا Atherton Collieries پڑھنے کے دوران نوٹس لینے کیلئے ڈاؤن لوڈ کریں۔ . The family firm of Fletcher, Burrows & Co. sank numerous shafts in the vicinity of the village of Atherton including Gibfield, Howe Bridge and Hindsford.

Sports Club in Atherton, Wigan, United Kingdom. CommunitySee All. 1,877 people like this. 1,951 people follow this.

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Atherton Collieries . . are a football club based in Atherton in Greater Manchester, England. Atherton Collieries Football Club was established in 1916 by miners from the six pits which were then operative within the old urban district of Atherton. Between 1919 and 1965 they were winners of the Bolton Combination League ten times. They established a noted reputation in Lancashire and by 1964-65 had won the Lancashire Junior Shield six times, a record which is still unsurpassed. Following the resignation of experienced manager Alan Lord, Atherton Collieries appointed Phil Brown as manager at the end of the 2005-06 season.

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The first deep shafts sunk at Atherton were by John Fletcher. The family firm of Fletcher, Burrows & Co. sank numerous shafts in the vicinity of the village of Atherton including Gibfield, Howe Bridge and Hindsford. Nationalized in 1947, the collieries were operated by the National Coal Board until the closure of Chanters Colliery in 1966. Howe Bridge was the largest and longest-operated of the local pits and lasted for 109 years, from 1850-1959. Gibfield has a notable claim to fame in that it contained the very first miners' pithead baths but it was the disaster at Pretoria Colliery that made the small coalfield infamous. Four days before Christmas, in 1910, 344 men and boys lost their lives due to a gas explosion underground. There were but three survivors of the disaster. Alan Davies, a local mining expert, and author of The Wigan Coalfield, tells the story in words and pictures of the Atherton collieries.

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