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Never Forgotten

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The Six Bells miners' memorial, a 12.6m (41ft) statue of a miner built from more than 20,000 individual slices of 10mm thick steel, to commerorate the 45 lives lost in 1960.

What hit me was the recent flowers laid by two children of one of the victims, still suffering 50+ years later.

Gone but never forgotten.

Tags: Photo journalism General Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: gwynn56, luckybry, pronabk and 2 more


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