In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- But the men who labour far below the last remaining pitheads of Yorkshire are not fuelling the power stations any more.
- Alongside the headgear at the pithead stood the colliery manager's house.
- There was Mr Fox and his trucks carting coal from the pitheads and they were held not to be in the coalmining industry.
- Basic improvements, like the provision of baths at every single pithead in the country, were made - but miners had to wait until nationalisation after the Second World War to see them.
- Gear later said that their genesis probably lay in the towering pitheads, woods and girders of his industrial childhood.
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