The National Coal Mining Museum for England is SUNCAT’s newest Contributing Library. Just under 100 serials records have just been loaded into our database. This is our first new Contributing Library of this year, and brings the total number of libraries in SUNCAT to 101, plus the CONSER database, ISSN register and Directory of Open Access Journals.
The National Coal Mining Museum for England is located at Caphouse Colliery, on the western edge of the Yorkshire coalfield, where mining has been carried out for centuries. Visitors can go on an underground tour, explore its galleries and original colliery buildings, stroll around the nature trail and discover interactive displays and activities at Hope Pit and Hope Store, as well as many other activities.
The Library holds a wealth of information on all aspects of the coal mining industry in England, from the technical to the social. Topics include: mining disasters, coal production statistics, individual mines, and regeneration. Its collection also contains current mining journals and journals from the nineteenth century. Anyone can come and use the library for research or browsing.
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