Early th century coal miner working a narrow seam c The miner stripped to the waist is lying on his side and with a pickaxe is holing out or scuffling coal This work is being done by the light of a naked flame which could cause an explosion by igniting coal dust or fire damp methane From Mines and Miners by L Simonin London c
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