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The Tragic Deaths at Seldom Seen Engine House in Sheffield.

Hidden away in the Moss Valley lies the remains of Seldom Seen Engine House. The engine house was once part of Plumbley Colliery, which was sunk in about 1860 and closed in 1901.

There are two theories about how the engine house got its name. One theory states that the engine house was so hidden away it was ‘seldom seen’. The other states that the engine house…

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Armchair Detective

Armchair Detective

Amateur writer and photographer. I mostly write about passive income, history and crime.