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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The old lamp room hatch lies off the main corridor, where lights would have been given out and collected from workers before and after their shifts.
Dot-Art Gallery, Castle Street, Liverpool, today, 10am-6pm event Leasowe Lighthouse Open Days The lighthouse is open for guided tours to the top and the lamp room to hear the history of the 254-year-old building and enjoy the views from the top.
She was with husband Paul enjoying a coffee outside the Lamp Room when she said there was a huge bang.
Rhondda Heritage Park, situated in Trehafod, is renowned for its Underground Experience, which allows visitors to follow in the footsteps of the miners who once worked the seams at collieries across the valley, by putting on a miner's helmet in the authentic lamp room and ride the cage to pit bottom.
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.
All key underground service and support facilities were in place, including water, air, underground offices and training rooms, lamp room, various explosive magazines and equipment shops.
SCRIMP Scandinavian Birds lampshade pounds 35 from Little Lamp Room at Etsy, www.
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.