|TitleOfWork:||Miners' Memorial - detail: showing the woman|
|Medium:||bronze and limestone|
|Location:||Conisborough, South Yorkshire|
|Country:||UK - England|
|ImageCopyright:||Sheffield Hallam University|
Four large blocks of uncut limestone are grouped together in a square. On one stands a bronze woman, hands on hips, with a shawl over her head. Between the limestone blocks is a mound of coal and broken timbers, from which the head and shoulders of a trapped miner can be seen.
Commissioned by Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council, with the assistance of Public Arts and the Yorkshire Arts Association.
A plaque on one of the limestone blocks states:
"A TRIBUTE TO THE MEN AND BOYS
WHO LOST THEIR LIVES AT
THE DENABY AND CADEBY MAIN COLLIERIES FROM 1869
AND TO THE WOMEN WHO SHARED THEIR LIVES ..."