Pictured (left) is a diagram showing how the mines were worked. Often the spoil from one Bellpit was thrown into a nearby abandoned shaft.
Pictured (below) is one of the Bellpits adjacent to the bridleway.
Near to Schofield Hall colliery were 4 Coke Ovens connected by a tramway. The ovens are pictured above.
The mine itself is out the picture to the north (left).
|C of E and RC Schools|
|Board and Local Authority Schools|
|History Trail No 13 - Canal Walk|
|Clegg Hall & Smithy Bridge|
|Railways in Littleborough Centre|
|Littleborough Viaduct to Summit Tunnel|
|Blackstone Edge Turnpike|
|Doghill to Steanor Bottom Turnpike|
|Todmorden Rd TP|
|Pubs & Inns|
|Co-op - Early Grpwth|
|Coop - Central Premises & Competition|
|Coop in 20th Century|
|Coop Decline & Change|
|Schofield Iron Woks|
|Phoenix Iron Works|
|Consterdine textile Mills|
|Schofield Textile Mills|
|Consterdine and Schofield Booklet|
|Deanhead Chemical Works|
|Akzo Chemical Works|
|Coal Mining Map|
|Starring Clay and Coal Mine|
|Shackleton - Coal Merchant|
|Mining around Hollingworth|
|Possible Roman Littleborough|
|Blackstone Edge Roman Road|
|Roll of Honour|