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Miners' Memorial Garden
England

The New Herrington Miners' Memorial Garden was opened in July 2004 to remember the miners who lost their lives at New Herrington Colliery between 1874 and 1985.

It features the two cast halves of a pit head wheel as the entrance to the garden.

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