|/ /1860||Standrigg Colliery|
Absorbed into Redding Colliery, new railways approach the colliery replacing the Union Canal
|/ /1894||Redding Colliery|
Lease taken by James Nimmo and Company, replacing the Duke of Hamilton who previously worked the colliery.
|/ /1896||Redding Colliery|
James Nimmo and Company sink new Redding Colliery No 23 shaft, on the north bank of the Union Canal and by the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway.
Redding Pit Disaster, forty men drowned when water from old workings drains into newer workings at No23 Pit.
|/ /1958||Redding Colliery|