New Aberdeen Colliery ca. 1910
Nova Scotia coal has long played a part in the global economy - from fueling the Royal forges of France in the late 1600s to contributing to the driving power of twentieth century industry all across the world. The New Aberdeen Colliery in Glace Bay, familiarly known as No.2 - "The Big Producer" in the early 1900s, was later designated No. 20.
Other kits relating to this era:
Sydney & Louisburg Railway
Also - see our Cape Breton Collection
- Prices are listed in Canadian dollars.
- Finished size is approximate measurement of cross-stitch area.
- Fabric supplied with kit is sized to give a suitable allowance for working and for framing if applicable.
New Aberdeen Colliery|
copyright 1997 Foxberry Cottage Crafts
7" x 9"
Canada and USA
129 X 94 stitches
Last Update: SEP2011