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Fife Fife Miners Coal And Ironstone Genealogy

Feb 23, 2021

LUMPHINNANS XI & XII (also known as PEEWIT or PEEWEEP) Location: Kelty. Previous Owners: Cowdenbeath Coal Company, taken over by Fife Coal Company in 1896. Types of Coal: House, Steam, Navigation, and ironstone. Sinking/Production Commenced: pre-1896. Year Closed: 1966. Year Abandoned: 1968

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