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Description
English: Photograph from The Illustrated London News of 18 October 1913 (issue 3887; page 4). Article titled "The Burning Pit Disaster: Rescue Scenes at the Universal Colliery".
Date
Source The Senghenydd Colliery Disaster of 14 October 1913. The caption in The Illustrated London News reads: "After the explosion which wrecked the pit-head gear and set half the Lancaster Pit Ablaze: the pit-head at the Universal Colliery after the disaster"
Author Unclear. There are five photographs on the page, and the newspaper states "Photographs by Topical, CN, Illustrations Bureau and Record Press"

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Crowds await news at the Universal Colliery, Senghenydd

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