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Map series Geological Survey of England and Wales, Vertical sections 
Sheet number 18 
Sheet title Vertical sections in the South Staffordshire Coalfield by J. Beete Jukes. No. 23. Barrow Hill Colliery, with part from the Graveyards Trial Pits, near Lower Gornal. No. 24. Corbyn's Hall Colliery, with Mr. Gibbons' Level Colliery. No. 25. Old Lion Colliery, South west of Rowley Regis. No. 26. Blackheath Colliery, South of Rowley Regis. No. 27. Boring at Smethwick, near the " Ruck of Stones." No. 28. Bullock Farm Pits, West Bromwich. No. 29. Dudley Brothers' Colliery, between Bloxwich and the New Invention. No. 30. Monmore Colliery. No. 31. Section at Shut End Colliery, near Kingswinford. No. 32. The Walling Pits, between Bilston and Wolverhampton. No. 33. Section of the Black Delf, South of Brierly Hill. No. 34. Pit sunk at Tividale, near Dudley, in 1797. No. 35. Bank Colliery, Wordesley. No. 36. Trial Pit at Shaver's End, near Dudley. No. 37. Section near Cann Lane, East of Sedgley. [Map 62 S.W.] (See Vert. Sect., 26.) 
Publication year 1853 
Author statement By J. Beete Jukes 
Published statement Published at the Geological Survey Office by Sir Henry De la Beche, Feby. 1853 
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