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RTA Historical Heritage Management Plan Inventory,Item Name Assessed Significance. Mining Fan Shaft Minmi Creek Local significance,Location MGA Grid Co ordinates. 368882 6360309,Physical Description, The shaft is on a ridge crest overlooking the two weirs refer Sections 2 1 1 2 and 2 1 1 3 in Umwelt 2009a. and Figure 4 3 and Minmi Creek The shaft is in an area recently cleared by RTA to obtain access for. geotechnical testing The shaft is capped with concrete The concrete capping appears to have occurred. recently last fifty years The concrete capping over the mine fan shaft is square with two circular holes. incorporating PVC pipes One hole has a 22 centimetres diameter with the PVC pipe having a. 10 centimetres diameter The second circular hole has a 23 centimetres diameter and the second PVC. pipe also has a 10 centimetres diameter The concrete capping has dimensions west to east of 6 6 metres. and north to south of 6 2 metres A weighted string line over 100 metres in length was lowered into the. shaft and did not appear to reach the bottom In its current condition it is impossible to examine the shaft s. construction It is assumed that the shaft is not filled in. Historical Themes Listings Statutory and Non Statutory. 3 Developing local regional and national Not listed. 3 4 Utilising Natural Resources,3 4 3 Mining,Statement of Significance. Local significance, Refer to Umwelt 2009a for detailed significance assessment.
Historical Notes, Early mining relics such as the weirs and fan shaft at Minmi Creek may relate to mining activity in the. locality dating back to the time of Eales in the 1840s or to its use by the Duckenfield Colliery established. in 1857 and sunk in 1872 Newcastle and District Historical Society 1991 refer to Section 4 0 for further. description of the fan shaft and other items associated with the Duckenfield Colliery Sections of the. Hunter Expressway are within the lands previously owned by the Duckenfield Colliery on historical maps. dating from the early twentieth century refer to Figure 2 1 in Umwelt 2009a Duckenfield Colliery closed. on 25 April 1916 A mining shaft identified as the fan shaft on a 1941 map of Minmi Creek is within the. Hunter Expressway road corridor refer to Figure 2 2 in Umwelt 2009a. A number of collieries in the Duckenfield precinct operated between the period of 1857 to 1980 With the. acquisition of the Minmi colliery operations from John Earles J A Brown established Duckenfield Merthyr. Colliery at Minmi later known as the Minmi Old Tunnel in 1857 Investigation of the neighbouring valley to. the Minmi operations Back Creek valley proved its potential for coal production and in 1876 the Brown s. Colliery also known as The New Tunnel Browns Merthyr Colliery and Back Creek Colliery was. established Duckenfield No 3 Tunnel at Brown s Colliery began operations in 1884 but suspended. operations in 1890 and had closed by 1900 while Duckenfield No 4 started operations in 1888 The. decrease in trade brought about by World War I conditions saw the suspension of the old tunnel at Minmi. in 1916 To replace declining operations at Minmi preliminary developments of Duckenfield No 2 Colliery. adjacent to Blue Gum Creek began in 1912 with production starting in 1921 Duckenfield No 2 Colliery. was later renamed Stockrington Colliery An additional Colliery near Stockrington Colliery was opened in. 1940 named Freeman s Tunnel Colliery but renamed Stockrington No 2 Colliery in 1943 summary based. on Andrews 2004 Duckenfield Colliery Railway relics Duckenfield No 1 Colliery railway branch line and. Duckenfield No 2 3 and 4 collieries railway branch lines are listed on the Newcastle Local Environmental. Plan 2003 as heritage items of local significance,Physical Condition and Integrity. Unable to view inside of the shaft due to the concrete capping. Notes on Management and other comments, There is no proposed direct impact to the fan shaft The shaft will be filled over buried and conserved in situ The. shaft will be protected and managed in situ under the HHMP. If it is necessary for the RTA to remove the concrete capping and infill the shaft prior to bridge construction an archival. recording photographic and drawings of the fan shaft should be undertaken by a qualified archaeologist to the. standard required by the Heritage Branch DoP for an item of local heritage significance. The fan shaft will be registered on the RTA s section 170 register. Date of Site Inspection Photograph Notes Number Aspect and Description. April 2005 Refer to attached Plate,Facing East Fan Shaft Capped with Concrete. 2437 R01 Appendix 2,RTA Historical Heritage Management Plan Inventory.
Item Name Assessed Significance,Weir 1 Minmi Creek Local significance. Location MGA Grid Co ordinates,368850 6360305,Physical Description. Weir 1 is constructed of wire cut bricks The bricks are in colonial or English garden wall bond coursing. This weir has a pillar system on the face of the weir There are sixteen courses of brick remaining on the. first pillar ten courses on the second pillar fifteen courses on the third and ten courses on the fourth On. the western side of the weir its height is 1 5 metres from the top of the wall to the base of the bricks On. the eastern side of the weir the height is 1 45 metres from the top of the wall to the base of the bricks. The bricks are bonded by cement render There are four steps or tiers of bricks on the pillars For the. main wall of the weir there are in total sixteen courses of bricks to the water line and there is probably. another three courses minimum submerged The brick dimensions are 23 x 11 x 8 centimetres Weir 1. has a length of 12 3 metres and the western edge of the weir has a width of 1 63 metres The base of the. weir is constructed of concrete made with large cobbles with the brick coursing constructed on top of this. Historical Themes Listings Statutory and Non Statutory. 3 Developing local regional and national Not listed. 3 4 Utilising Natural Resources,3 4 3 Mining,Statement of Significance. Local significance, Refer to Umwelt 2009a for detailed significance assessment. Historical Notes, Early mining relics such as the weirs at Minmi Creek may relate to mining activity in the locality dating back.
to the time of Eales in the 1840s or to its use by the Duckenfield Colliery established in 1857 and sunk in. 1872 Newcastle and District Historical Society 1991 refer to Section 4 0 of HHMP for further description. of the fan shaft and other items associated with the Duckenfield Colliery Sections of the Hunter. Expressway are within the lands previously owned by the Duckenfield Colliery on historical maps dating. from the early twentieth century refer to Figure 2 1 in Umwelt 2009a Duckenfield Colliery closed on. 25 April 1916 A mining shaft identified as a fan shaft on a 1941 map of Minmi Creek is within the Hunter. Expressway road corridor refer to Figure 2 2 in Umwelt 2009a. A number of collieries in the Duckenfield precinct operated between the period of 1857 to 1980 With the. acquisition of the Minmi colliery operations from John Earles J A Brown established Duckenfield Merthyr. Colliery at Minmi later known as the Minmi Old Tunnel in 1857 Investigation of the neighbouring valley to. the Minmi operations Back Creek valley proved its potential for coal production and in 1876 the Brown s. Colliery also known as The New Tunnel Browns Merthyr Colliery and Back Creek Colliery was. established Duckenfield No 3 Tunnel at Brown s Colliery began operations in 1884 but suspended. operations in 1890 and had closed by 1900 while Duckenfield No 4 started operations in 1888 The. decrease in trade brought about by World War I conditions saw the suspension of the old tunnel at Minmi. in 1916 To replace declining operations at Minmi preliminary developments of Duckenfield No 2 Colliery. adjacent to Blue Gum Creek began in 1912 with production starting in 1921 Duckenfield No 2 Colliery. was later renamed Stockrington Colliery An additional Colliery near Stockrington Colliery was opened in. 1940 named Freeman s Tunnel Colliery but renamed Stockrington No 2 Colliery in 1943 summary based. on Andrews 2004 Duckenfield Colliery Railway relics Duckenfield No 1 Colliery railway branch line and. Duckenfield No 2 3 and 4 collieries railway branch lines are listed on the Newcastle Local Environmental. Plan 2003 as heritage items of local significance,Physical Condition and Integrity. Good condition and high integrity,Notes on Management and other comments. This item will be conserved in situ within the Hunter Expressway road corridor and protected and managed under the. HHMP fenced appropriately signed and monitored for vibration during proposed construction works. Weir 1 will be registered on the RTA s section 170 Heritage Register. Date of Site Inspection Photograph Notes Number Aspect and Description. April 2005 Refer to attached Plate,Facing West Weir 1. 2437 R01 Appendix 2,RTA Historical Heritage Management Plan Inventory. Item Name Assessed Significance,Weir 2 Minmi Creek Local significance.
Location MGA Grid Co ordinates,368835 6360356,Physical Description. Weir 2 has two spillways the original older spillway is constructed of local sandstone The second. spillway is constructed of bricks and concrete and appears to have been constructed when the original. weir began to leak fail Weir 2 is similar to Weir 1 in that the later spillway is constructed of wire cut bricks. The bonding medium for the bricks is also concrete and the brickwork is colonial or English garden wall. bond coursing The brick section of the weir has fifteen courses of bricks on its eastern side twelve. courses on its western side and the central section has eleven courses. The total length of the weir is 14 6 metres and the length of the brick spillway is 3 72 metres At. 3 8 metres from the western end the brick spillway ends and all the sandstone blocks at this point are. mortared to the bricks down the bottom of the spillway The top of the weir wall has irregular sandstone. casing and is mortared in some areas over some of the sandstone blocks The mortar incorporates river. cobbles and appears to date to the time of the repair of the weir The brick section of the weir is. 1 5 metres in height down to the stretchers of red brick on its base The sandstone weir s height is. 1 93 metres from the top of the retaining wall The weir is 83 centimetres in width at its centre The far. western side of the weir is 1 01 metres in width, The brick dimensions are 24 centimetres in length and 11 5 centimetres in width with a depth of. 10 5 centimetres The bricks are red orange in colour and the clay appears to be soft and irregular The. bricks are wire cut and not modern moulded bricks An elongated rectangular frog appears on many of the. bricks Some of the bricks contain a small circular impression near the rectangular frog mark These. impressions are discussed further in Umwelt 2009a, Weir 2 also has a pipe located on the base of the brick wall The pipe is constructed of coarse. earthenware and is sealed with stone casing Weir 2 has infilled with sediment and the water backed up. behind the weir is very shallow, Historical Themes Listings Statutory and Non Statutory. 3 Developing local regional and national Not listed. 3 4 Utilising Natural Resources,3 4 3 Mining,Statement of Significance.
Local significance, Refer to Umwelt 2009a for detailed significance assessment. Historical Notes, Early mining relics such as the weirs at Minmi Creek may relate to mining activity in the locality dating back. to the time of Eales in the 1840s or to its use by the Duckenfield Colliery established in 1857 and sunk in. 1872 Newcastle and District Historical Society 1991 refer to Section 4 0 of the HHMP for further. description of the fan shaft and other items associated with the Duckenfield Colliery Sections of the. Hunter Expressway are within the lands previously owned by the Duckenfield Colliery on historical maps. dating from the early twentieth century refer to Figure 2 1 in Umwelt 2009a Duckenfield Colliery closed. on 25 April 1916 A mining shaft identified as a fan shaft on a 1941 map of Minmi Creek is within the. Hunter Expressway road corridor refer to Figure 2 2 in Umwelt 2009a. A number of collieries in the Duckenfield precinct operated between the period of 1857 to 1980 With the. acquisition of the Minmi colliery operations from John Earles J A Brown established Duckenfield Merthyr. Colliery at Minmi later known as the Minmi Old Tunnel in 1857 Investigation of the neighbouring valley to. the Minmi operations Back Creek valley proved its potential for coal production and in 1876 the Brown s. Colliery also known as The New Tunnel Browns Merthyr Colliery and Back Creek Colliery was. established Duckenfield No 3 Tunnel at Brown s Colliery began operations in 1884 but suspended. operations in 1890 and had closed by 1900 while Duckenfield No 4 started operations in 1888 The. decrease in trade brought about by World War I conditions saw the suspension of the old tunnel at Minmi. in 1916 To replace declining operations at Minmi preliminary developments of Duckenfield No 2 Colliery. adjacent to Blue Gum Creek began in 1912 with production starting in 1921 Duckenfield No 2 Colliery. was later renamed Stockrington Colliery An additional Colliery near Stockrington Colliery was opened in. 1940 named Freeman s Tunnel Colliery but renamed Stockrington No 2 Colliery in 1943 summary based. spillway is constructed of bricks and concrete and appears to have been constructed when the original weir began to leak fail Weir 2 is similar to Weir 1 in that the later spillway is constructed of wire cut bricks The bonding medium for the bricks is also concrete and the brickwork is colonial or English garden wall bond coursing The brick

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