The Guardian

The Guardian

Overlooking the Welsh Valleys village of Six Bells and standing 20 metres tall The Guardian is a monument created to commemorate the mining disaster at Six Bells Colliery on 28 June 1960 killing 45 of the 48 miners working on the in the West District of the Old Coal Seam. The cause was an explosion from the ignition of firedamp. Designed and created by artist Sebastien Boyesen and built for the 50th anniversaty of the disaster in 2010.

Steve Purnell

Image size: 2825 x 4269, 9.88Mb | Camera details: NIKON D90 | Date uploaded: 26/07/2018

Steve Purnell | The Guardian
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