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Barwick Road, Sisters' Pit

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Garforth Historical Society
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Barwick Road, Sisters
Undated. View of Sisters' Pit off Barwick Road, a coal shaft sunk by the Gascoigne family in 1843. It was later also known as Garforth Colliery and mining continued here until it was worked out in 1922. This picture shows the headgear and power station, the latter being used to produce electricity for both ventilation and the winding gear.

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