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In pictures: Senghenydd mining disaster

The explosion at Senghenydd in 1913 remains the UK's worst mining disaster Photo: National Library of Wales
439 miners, and one rescue worker, were killed in the disaster Credit: National Library of Wales
Rescue workers returning from the Universal Colliery Credit: National Library of Wales
The explosion ripped through the mine at just after 8am on 14th October 1913 Credit: National Library of Wales
Families waited for news of their loved ones Credit: National Library of Wales
Today a special memorial will be unveiled to mark the centenary of the disaster Credit: National Library of Wales