Rescue workers at the scene of the wrecked Pantglas Junior School at Aberfan, South Wales, where a coal tip collapsed killing over 190 children and their teachers.
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Queen Elizabeth II visits Aberfan in Wales, a few days after a coal tip collapsed on the local school, killing 141 children and four adults.
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One of the bereaved families at the mass funeral for 81 of the 190 children and adults who died when a collapsed slag heap engulfed Pantglas Junior School at the mining village of Aberfan.
Mourners make their way through the Welsh town of Aberfan, for the mass burial of eighty-two victims of the mining disaster a week earlier, 27th October 1966. A hundred and forty-four people died when a slag heap slid down nearby...More
Inhabitants of the Welsh mining village of Aberfan attend the mass funeral for 81 of the 190 children and adults who perished when a landslide engulfed the junior school.
Helpers filling sandbags on the tip above the shattered Pantglas Junior School to divert a spring and avert the risk of further landslides at Aberfan, South Wales.
Rescue workers clearing debris and sludge near the wrecked Pantglas Junior School at Aberfan, South Wales, where a coal tip collapsed killing many children.
Rescue workers continue their search for victims of the Aberfan disaster, in South Wales, where 190 people lost their lives after part of the village school was engulfed by a giant coal slag heap.
A mechanical digger goes to work clearing rubble from the crushed village school at Aberfan, South Wales, which was engulfed after a coal tip collapsed killing many children.