A black and white photographic print showing a team of 11 mineworkers stood on the surface at the end of their shift at Hay Royds Colliery, Clayton West, West Yorkshire, 2008. The image is one of a series taken by the photographer, Ian Beesley, to document Hay Royds Colliery, a privately owned drift mine which remained a working colliery until 2012.
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