Pit Road Winter
Norman walked this road from his front door in Bishops Close Street to the Dean and Chapter Colliery at Ferryhill, a distance of three miles each way, every day of his working life for over 33 years. The journey was at all times of the night and day and in all weathers at different times of the... [Read More]
Mount Pleasant, Low Spennymoor
This oil painting of Mount Pleasant, Low Spennymoor represents a typical Durham mining town in the 1950s. Dean and Chapter Colliery can be seen in the distance and the same streets remain to this day. The painting is featured on pages 86-87, in The Lost World of Norman Cornish published in 2013.