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Miners' Memorial
Miners' Memorial
Miners' Memorial
Miners' Memorial
Miners' Memorial
Miners' Memorial
Miners' Memorial
Miners' Memorial

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The artwork represents an enlarged miner's safety lamp with an eternal flame burning for everyone who ever worked in the industry.

Miners' Memorial




steel & glass

Accession number


Acquisition method

commissioned by the Red Rose Steam Society Trustees

Work type



Red Rose Steam Society


Red Rose Steam Society

Work status


Unveiling date

7th June 2021


time restrictions apply

Access note

museum opening times

Inscription description

LANCASHIRE MINING MUSEUM / In honour of all miners / and surface workers / 2021


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Located at

Lancashire Mining Museum, Astley Green Colliery, Higher Green Lane, Astley Green, Wigan

M29 7JB

Located in the grounds of Lancashire Mining Museum.