Scenes in South Coast Collieries

Bulli miners Sydney Mail 13 November 1929 b

IN THE OLD BULLI MINE
One of the oldest coal mines on the N.S.W. South Coast. The men are waiting for the skips to move off on their 2½-mile trip underground.
Bulli coal miner Sydney Mail 13 November 1929 a
STARTING THE DAY’S WORK
A miner entering a skip which will take him down to the coal face.
bellambi rescue Sydney Mail November 13 1929
AT THE RESCUE STATION
Where a team of specially-trained men are always ready to deal with emergencies. The picture shows them building a brick wall in the training gallery at the Bellambi mine.

– Pictures: Sydney Mail November 13 1929

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