- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 The Disaster
- Chapter 2 The Village
- Chapter 3 The Coalfield
- Chapter 4 The Industry
- Chapter 5 The Colliery<sup>1</sup>
- Chapter 6 The Aftermath
- Chapter 7 Sir Stafford Cripps
- Chapter 8 The Working Mine
- Chapter 9 The Inquiry
- Chapter 10 The Management
- Chapter 11 The Firemen
- Chapter 12 The Inspectorate
- Chapter 13 The Miners
- Chapter 14 The Union
- Chapter 15 The Reports
- Chapter 16 The Last Rites
- Appendix A Nationalisation (see p. 69)
- Appendix B The Davy Lamp (see p. 157)
- Appendix C Butties (see p. 158)
- Appendix D Owners (See p. 72)
This chapter details the closure of Gresford Colliery. The North Wales Area Director of the Coal Board declared that there was no justification for continuing production at Gresford after 1973. Despites please for a reprieve from the North Wales Area of the National Union of Mineworkers and the local authorities of Denbighshire and Wrexham, coal winding at Gresford ceased on 23 October 1973 and the colliery closed on 10 November.
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