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Pitmen encamped, (in Northumberland and Durham), 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Industrial Print

Pitmen encamped, (in Northumberland and Durham), 1844. Creator: Unknown

Pitmen encamped, (in Northumberland and Durham), 1844. The unfortunate dispute between the coal-owners and pitmen of the north of England still continues, with as little prospect of an amicable adjustment as ever. It is the longest strike (seventeen weeks), ever recorded of this important branch of our national industry; and its extent may be judged by the fact of 20,000 of the miners petitioning for the interference of the Legislature...The owners of the mines provide cottages for their workmen near to the pits in which they are to be employed; these are granted rent free, and as the men refuse to accept of the terms offered them by their masters, the latter have demanded possession of the houses inhabited by the former, and numerous forcible ejectments have been made...'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Centennial Wagon Featured Industrial Print

Centennial Wagon

Studebaker Centennial Wagon, manufactured by the Studebaker Brothers of Indiana, sits outdoors on a brick lane, undated. The wagon won the Gold Medal and First Award of Merit when it was first exhibited at the Centennial International World Exposition in Philadelphia in 1876. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Map of Leeds Featured Industrial Print

Map of Leeds

Vintage map from 1880 of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. During the Industrial Revolution, Leeds developed into a major industrial centre; wool was still the dominant industry but flax, engineering, iron foundries, printing and other industries were important

© Duncan Walker

157913643, 19th Century Style, City Map, Leeds England, Map, Victorian Style