- Video report by ITV News arts editor Nina Nannar
The first gallery dedicated to showcasing the artwork of former miners has opened in County Durham.
Many found art was a way to depict what their working lives were like underground.
It is hoped the gallery will help to bring in tourists to an area that felt such an economic shock when the mines closed down.
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