Cornish Tin Mine Disaster 1919

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Item title reads: "St Just. - Cornish Mine Disaster - The broken shaft at the Levant Tin Mine that fell causing heavy death-roll."

St. Just, Cornwall.

LS. Pit head at tin mine. CU. Damaged mine shaft which caused accident. CU. Miners.

Data

Cataloguer:
Bond
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Silent
Media URN:
25240
Sort Number:
G 0610
Time in/Out:
01:08:14:00 / 01:08:52:00
Canister:
G 610
Film ID:
200.05
Issue Date:
27/10/1919

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