Table 5.

Mine entries near borehole locations

NameMineral workedSeam name and working dateAbandonment date
BargeddieCoalUC, MC, PC, SC (1860, 62), VC, KC (1870, 97)14 October 1921
BlythswoodIronstoneBI, CI26 April 1875
HallsideCoalUC, EC, PC, MC, SC, VC 31 December 1921
HurletCoalHUR C (1840)
HurletIronstoneWorked 1849 and 1854
HurletLimestoneWorked 1865
Ruchill No. 4, 6IronstoneCCI (1864), GCI (1872)
QueenslieCoalVC28 May 1929
Queenslie No. 1, 2CoalVWC28 July 1911
BalgrayIronstoneBI (1866)
Balgray; Gartnavel Nos 1, 3–10CoalDC, MC, GCPrior to 1880
Balgray; Gartnavel Nos 1, 3–10IronstoneBI, CIPrior to 1880
Gartnavel, No. 1IronstoneWorked 1872
Gartnavel, No. 9CoalWC18 September 1874
Gartnavel, Nos 1, 2IronstoneBI, GCI (1873)
Gartnavel, Nos 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8CoalGC, MC (1873)
Gartnavel, Nos 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8IronstoneBI, GCI (1869)
DalmarnockCoalUC, EC (1833-56), MC (1849), HC, SC (1858)
Govan No. 5CoalUC, EC, MC, HC, SC, VWC, KC1923.06.23

Summarized from Mines Department (1931). Abbreviations of noted coal and ironstone seams and limestone bands: BI, Blackband Ironstone; CCI, Californian Clayband Ironstone; CI, Clayband Ironstone; DC: Davie Coal; EC, Ell Coal; GC, Gas Coal; GCI, Garibaldi Clayband Ironstone; HUR C, Hurlet Coal; KC, Kiltongue Coal; MC, Main Coal; PC, Pyotshaw Coal; SC, Splint Coal; UC, Upper Coal; VC, Virgin Coal; VWC, Virtuewell Coal; WC, Wee Coal.