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Stublick Colliery (Haydon)

Stublick Colliery is one of the best surviving 19th century collieries in the country. It has a well preserved range of colliery buildings, including an engine house, store and furnace house and chimneys. The colliery worked the small Stublick coalfield and supplied coal to nearby Langley and Blaghill lead smeltmills. The buildings are Grade II* Listed Buildings and the site is a Scheduled Monument protected by law.

Reference number:N7652
Historical period: Post Medieval (1540 to 1901)
Legal status:Listed Building
Scheduled Ancient Monument
Event(s):DESK BASED ASSESSMENT, Former Stublick Colliery Buildings 1994; RPS Clouston
DESK BASED ASSESSMENT, Branch End Farm, Stublick 1996; Lancaster University Archaeological Unit
DESK BASED ASSESSMENT, Archaeological desk-based assessment and building survey of Stublick Colliery, Langley, Northumberland 2007; North Pennines Archaeology Ltd
BUILDING SURVEY, Archaeological desk-based assessment and building survey of Stublick Colliery, Langley, Northumberland 2007; North Pennines Archaeology Ltd

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Source of Reference
Local History of Haydon


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