National Mining Memorabilia Association Web Forum

This Forum has been created as a means by which NMMA members can take part in the discussion of, or ask questions regarding the subjects of British mining memorabilia. Please note the Forum has now expanded and occupies several pages. The individual views and comments expressed in this Forum are not necessarily those  held by the NMMA.

  • The Forum Moderator reserves the right to delete messages and threads which may be deemed to be offensive in any way to individual members of the NMMA or the general public.
  • News relating to suspected fake items of mining memorabilia or items for sale on Ebay etc. should be restricted to the General & Collecting News Section of the Forum.
  • Forum postings without validated e-mail addresses may be deleted.
  • Posting using bad or dubious language will be deleted.
  • Persistent trouble makers will have their IPP address banned from using the Forum.
  • This Forum is open to all to view but to post entries requires a password from the NMMA Secretary Jeremy Winter - For the Forum posting password please apply by e-mail to

To Upload and share your mining memorabilia images click on the link to the Forum Gallery below


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How to Post Images Into The NMMA Gallery

To post images into the NMMA Gallery;

1)Click on the above link at the top of the NMMA Forum Home Page to enter the Gallery.
2) Once on the Gallery Home Page click on the PUBLIC UPLOADER button at the bottom left of the page.

3) Next on the uploader pop-up window which appears enter a valid e-mail address for yourself.
3) Next click on the SELECT PHOTOS button and use the on-line navigation aid to selects images from your PC.
4) Next enter a title for your image in the caption block which appears plus any other notes or descriptive text you want others to read once your image appears on the Gallery.
5) Finally click on the upload button at the bottom of the pop-up uploader window.

Your images will now automatically be sent to a private holding area. Once their content has been passed as suitable by the NMMA Webmaster they will be transfered into the most appropriate titled section of the NMMA Gallery where they are available for public viewing.

Users of the Gallery may also post comments and ask questions etc. about individual images in the Gallery. These comments are then available for public viewing and for further replies to be added to them as in the NMMA Forum.

Its a fairly simple process so give it a go! You should not require any add-on programs or fancy software.

If you continue to have problems uploading images you may e-mail them, with your comments, directly to either Jeremy Winter or the NMMA webmaster (using the e-mail link below) and we will try and post them for you.

NMMA Webmaster