lamp room

lamp room

[′lamp ‚rüm]
(mining engineering)
A room or building at the surface of a mine for charging, servicing, and issuing all cap, hand, and flame safety lamps. Also known as lamp cabin; lamp station.
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pertaining to the Fairview lamp room, self-rescuers and gas monitors.
With such a tragic history and the fact that we're on what's known as Britain's most haunted island, it seems inevitable that there have been sightings of ghosts at the lighthouse, including a figure in the lamp room and reports of a noisy family who talk and slam doors.
On certain days it's open to the public for viewing and my son and I decided to take the 94-step trip up to the top - including a short, almost vertical, ladder sightings of ghosts at lighthouse - including a in the lamp room climb.
There were well constructed four classes of waiting rooms for the highly class conscious Victorians, a left luggage office, a porters' ' room, a lamp room and separate offices for the foreman porter, ticket collectors, booking and telegraph clerks and the station master.
They will then be able to look down the 140-metre deep furnace shaft, or 'Santa's chimney', by peering through or standing on the special glass panel in the floor of the lamp room.
At Vane Tempest Colliery, Seaham, the film follows the miners in the lamp room and descending in the cage to the coal face.
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The lamp room has an enormous window in line with Leasowe lighthouse and there is access to an external gallery with cast iron railings surrounding the upper structure, which has unsurpassed views.
Albert Rowlands, 89, from Borras, Wrexham was a 14-year-old boy working in the colliery's lamp room when the night shift, including his father, went underground on September 21, 1934.
The miner would draw this check along with his lamp from the lamp room before going down the mine.
In the topmost two-level lamp room, 90 stairs above the base and missing the lamp itself, removed for safekeeping years ago, visitors can step through a metal door to the keeper's walk outside.