The Miner's Life part 01

Industrial work during the 19th century was often
hazardous. Nowhere was this situation more true than in coal
mining. There was little machinery; the tunnels were very narrow;
miners often had to lie on their backs and use their picks to
strike the walls; and there was constant danger of the mines
collapsing or flooding. Many were sympathetic to the coal miners
situation, and the music halls were…