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coalbrook mining disaster

The 1960 Coalbrook Disaster The Heritage Portal

Jun 14, 2018 On the 21 January 1960 a major calamity befell the coal mine at Coalbrook, situated in the Northern Free State 21km south west of Vereeniging. 437 miners were buried alive 180 meters below the surface when an estimated 900 pillars collapsed. A major rescue effort was undertaken, unfortunately without any positive results.

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Coalbrook, 21 January 1960 Minerals Council South Africa

The Clydesdale Coalbrook North Colliery, located near what is today Sasolburg, was at the time lauded as a highly productive and significant coal mine for its longevity in operation. Indeed, this tragedy is recognised as the worst mining disaster in the history of South Africa and ranks among the top 10 worst mining disasters ever globally.

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Coalbrook Disaster 1960- Mining Accident Database

Coalbrook Disaster 1960 21/01/1960 Clysedale Colliery Collapse In the worst mine disaster in South Africa, a large section of the Clydesdale Colliery, at the Coalbrook mine near Sasolburg, caved in and trapped 435 mineworkers 180m underground. There were no survivors.

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12 MONTHS AFTER COALBROOK

The Coalbrook mine tragedy brought messages of support and sympathy from all comers of South Africa and from all over the world, and many of them took the form donations for the families of the dead miners. A number of funds were started.

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COALBROOK NORTH COLLIERY MINING DISASTER 1960

May 22, 2016 As a Nation South Africa was having a very bad start in 1960 for following the Coalbrook Mining Disaster the country then faced the consequences of “The Winds of Change” utterances from the British Prime Minister and by March there was SHARPEVILLE

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The Golden Thread: Coalbrook mine disaster, 1960

Coalbrook mine disaster, 1960 Mechanical Coal Cutter set on concrete block adjacent to the commemoration plate EXCERPT FROM...

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More than 400 miners killed in what was the worst mining

In the worst mine disaster in South Africa, a large section of the Clydesdale Colliery, at the Coalbrook mine near Sasolburg, Orange Free State, caved in.About 1,000 miners were in the mine at the time and 435 died after being trapped, while the rest escaped

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Coalbrook Disaster 1960- Mining Accident Database

Coalbrook Disaster 1960 21/01/1960 Clysedale Colliery Collapse In the worst mine disaster in South Africa, a large section of the Clydesdale Colliery, at the Coalbrook mine near Sasolburg, caved in and trapped 435 mineworkers 180m underground.

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COALBROOK NORTH COLLIERY MINING DISASTER 1960

May 22, 2016 coalbrook north colliery mining disaster 1960 Recently during a family discussion the subject of the Mining Disaster at the Coalbrook North colliery in South Africa and my involvement in it came up and the paucity of “on the spot’ knowledge caused them to suggest I record for posterity and general information my version of the terrible

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The world's worst coal mining disasters

Coalbrook mine disaster with 435 deaths is the worst ever disaster in South Africa’s mining history. The disaster took place on 21 January 1960 at the Coalbrook North Mine of the Clydesdale Colliery near Sasolburg, Orange Free State, South Africa. The collapse of around 3km² of underground mine area caused the disaster.

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Beyond Coalbrook: what did we really learn?

identified when the Coalbrook disaster occurred on 21 January 1960. In total, 437 workers lost their lives when pillars over an area of 324 hectares (1.25 sq. miles) collapsed. Following the disaster, the South African government sponsored research into coal mine safety by forming the Coal Mines Research Controlling Council (CMRCC).

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South African Mining Disaster (1960) YouTube

Apr 13, 2014 South Africa. Various shots of crowds strolling along a suburban road after having visited the Coalbrook Colliery where four hundred miners died. GV. Angle s...

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Remembering Coalbrook Musings of a curious individual

The Coalbrook mining disaster happened on 21 January 1960 at the Coalbrook coal mine of Clydesdale Colliery over a year before I was born. However, I remember my parents talking about it, but further than I never heard of any official commemoration or coverage and it was usually mentioned when yet another disaster occurred in the mining

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coalbrook

Recently during a family discussion the subject of the Mining Disaster at the Coalbrook North colliery in South Africa and my involvement in it came up and the paucity of “on the spot’ knowledge caused them to suggest I record for posterity and general information my version of the terrible accident in 1960.

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Worst Mining Disasters In Human History WorldAtlas

Apr 25, 2017 8. Coalbrook colliery, Clydesdale, South Africa, January 1960 (435 deaths) On the 21st of January, 1960, tragedy struck the Coalbrook colliery in Clydesdale, South Africa.On that day, around 900 underground pillars throughout the coal mine became loose and fell apart, thereby even loosening the very supports to the roof of the mine.

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From Our By SPECTATOR OF COALBROOK Parliamentary.

died in the Coalbrook mine disaster. One came from the Zeerust dis­ trict and the second from the Trans- kei. They are Boy Theklso, of Zeerust, whose next of kin is his wife, Betty Thekiso, and Maphuthu- za Seba, of Engcobo in the Trans- kei, whose next of kin is

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‘There was no happy ending 50 years ago’ IOL

Oct 14, 2010 The Coalbrook Mine Disaster, near Sasolburg in the Free State, was the biggest mining disaster in the country. Miners were trapped for nine days 180m underground when the

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Coalbrook Mynramp Monumente, Gedenktekens en

The 1960 Coalbrook Disaster. On the 21 January 1960 a major calamity befell the coal mine at Coalbrook, situated in the Northern Free State 21km south west of Vereeniging. 437 miners were buried alive 180 meters below the surface when an estimated 900 pillars collapsed. A major rescue effort was undertaken, unfortunately without any positive

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(PDF) Beyond Coalbrook: What did we really learn?

One of these, the Coalbrook Colliery, is infamous in South African coal mining history as being the site of the nation's worst coal mining disaster, when on the 21st of January, 1960, 435 (some

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The Clydesdale Coalbrook Colliery Disaster

occurred the greatest coal mining disaster in the history of the continent. Over four hundred miners (435) still lie buried in the mineshafts, forgotten and largely un-commemorated. In what used to be known as Coalbrook and now called Holly Country, which is administered by a Taiwanese Company, lies a rusting piece of mining equipment.

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More than 400 miners killed in what was the worst mining

In the worst mine disaster in South Africa, a large section of the Clydesdale Colliery, at the Coalbrook mine near Sasolburg, Orange Free State, caved in.About 1,000 miners were in the mine at the time and 435 died after being trapped, while the rest escaped

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Coalbrook Disaster 1960- Mining Accident Database

Coalbrook Disaster 1960 21/01/1960 Clysedale Colliery Collapse In the worst mine disaster in South Africa, a large section of the Clydesdale Colliery, at the Coalbrook mine near Sasolburg, caved in and trapped 435 mineworkers 180m underground.

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Miners remember South Africa's Coalbrook tragedy Mining

The Minerals Council South Africa has commemorated the country’s worst mining disaster, when 435 men died at the Clydesdale Coalbrook North Colliery in January 1960.

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Beyond Coalbrook: what did we really learn?

identified when the Coalbrook disaster occurred on 21 January 1960. In total, 437 workers lost their lives when pillars over an area of 324 hectares (1.25 sq. miles) collapsed. Following the disaster, the South African government sponsored research into coal mine safety by forming the Coal Mines Research Controlling Council (CMRCC).

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The Clydesdale Coalbrook Colliery Disaster

occurred the greatest coal mining disaster in the history of the continent. Over four hundred miners (435) still lie buried in the mineshafts, forgotten and largely un-commemorated. In what used to be known as Coalbrook and now called Holly Country, which is administered by a Taiwanese Company, lies a rusting piece of mining equipment.

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Coalbrook Mynramp Monumente, Gedenktekens en

The 1960 Coalbrook Disaster. On the 21 January 1960 a major calamity befell the coal mine at Coalbrook, situated in the Northern Free State 21km south west of Vereeniging. 437 miners were buried alive 180 meters below the surface when an estimated 900 pillars collapsed. A major rescue effort was undertaken, unfortunately without any positive

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‘There was no happy ending 50 years ago’ IOL

Oct 14, 2010 The Coalbrook Mine Disaster, near Sasolburg in the Free State, was the biggest mining disaster in the country. Miners were trapped for nine days 180m underground when the

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Remembering Coalbrook Musings of a curious individual

The Coalbrook mining disaster happened on 21 January 1960 at the Coalbrook coal mine of Clydesdale Colliery over a year before I was born. However, I remember my parents talking about it, but further than I never heard of any official commemoration or coverage and it was usually mentioned when yet another disaster occurred in the mining

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(PDF) Beyond Coalbrook: What did we really learn?

One of these, the Coalbrook Colliery, is infamous in South African coal mining history as being the site of the nation's worst coal mining disaster, when on the 21st of January, 1960, 435 (some

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From Our By SPECTATOR OF COALBROOK Parliamentary.

died in the Coalbrook mine disaster. One came from the Zeerust dis­ trict and the second from the Trans- kei. They are Boy Theklso, of Zeerust, whose next of kin is his wife, Betty Thekiso, and Maphuthu- za Seba, of Engcobo in the Trans- kei, whose next of kin is

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Wales Coal Mine Disaster and Coalbrook, South Africa MINING

Coalbrook, South Africa Biggest mining disaster in the history of South Africa is also one of the most deadly in the world. On January 21, 1960, landslide at the mine trapped 437 miners. Of those victims, 417 succumbed to methane poisoning. After the disaster, the state bought KP drilling the appropriate rescue equipment.

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South African Mining Disaster British Pathé

Various shots of crowds strolling along a suburban road after having visited the Coalbrook Colliery where four hundred miners died. GV. Angle shot of main shaft of colliery, pan to pit head buildings which are surrounded by rescue workers. Various shots of spectators leaning on fence and walking round perimeter of mine

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Category:Coalbrook mining disaster Wikimedia Commons

Media in category "Coalbrook mining disaster" The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total. Coalbrook disaster map 1. Development stages.svg 1,064 × 786; 47 KB. Coalbrook disaster map 2. Jan-21-1960, 16-00.svg 1,111 × 788; 73 KB. Coalbrook disaster map 3.

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Twin Shaft disaster WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

Dec 24, 2019 The Coalbrook mining disaster was the worst mining disaster in South Africa. The disaster occurred in the Coalbrook coal mine of Clydesdale Colliery on 21 January 1960 at around 19:00 when approximately 900 pillars caved in, almost 180 metres underground. The mine is situated in the Northern Free State, 21 km south west of Vereeniging.

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