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Longannet Colliery, 2001.

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Following on from previous successful publications Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert has brought out a sixth publication of work in collaboration with Café Royal Books, ‘Longannet Colliery, 2001’.

 

‘Longannet Colliery, 2001’ by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert/ Café Royal Books.

 

The work which was shot at Longannet Colliery in Fife during a newspaper magazine assignment takes a look at the working life in what was Scotland’s last commercially working deep coal mine. These pictures were shot in 2001, and after flooding in March 2002 the mine closed, thus ending underground coal mining in Scotland.

The book published in an edition of 250, is available from Café Royal Books, at the price of £6.00 plus P&P.

Publish Date 16.01.19
32 pages
14cm x 20cm
b/w digital

‘Longannet Colliery, 2001’ by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert/ Café Royal Books.

 

‘Longannet Colliery, 2001’ by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert/ Café Royal Books.

 

‘Longannet Colliery, 2001’ by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert/ Café Royal Books.

 

‘Longannet Colliery, 2001’ by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert/ Café Royal Books.

 

A further seventh publication and collaboration between Jeremy and Café Royal Books will follow in July, titled ‘Scottish Orange Walks, 1993-1998’.

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