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Baltimore and Ohio Railroad cars pass under the preparation plant buildings.
Men at work with loading machine and shuttle car. Probably Joy Machinery.
Two miners work with a cutting machine at Mine 206, Kentucky. 'This material is the property of the Consolidation Coal Co. and must be returned promptly to: Advertising Department, Consolidation Coal Company, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, N.Y.
Men in hard hats stand in front of giant shovel scoop.
The pilothouse of the Humphrey towboat with a man at the controls.
View of Highwall: Many feet of overburden are removed by the large electric shovels to expose the coal seam. After completion of mining operations, the land is graded. It is then planted in forage crops, and beef cattle graze on it. Many trees have also been planted on lands affected by open-cut mining operations. At approximately the vertical center of the picture is a stratum of limestone which is quarried for use as road aggregate, track ballast and agricultural meal.  Hanna Coal Company, Division of Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company
'Shown here are the loading booms in action. Each of the five loading tracks is served by a loading boom, and the loading system is interconnected so as to permit blending of sizes and loading of any size group on any track. The loading booms gently lower the coal into the cars with a minimum of opportunity for dust or degradation. The loading facilities are sufficient to permit the loading of a car every two minutes. The adjoining track system permits rapid assembly of trains, interchange between the two railraods, and sufficient trackage for the storage of 858 railroad cars of 70 ton capacity.'
Two cranes surface mining a gorge.  Dump trucks taking away hillside ruble.
Located in Marion County.
Miner running a continuous mining machine.
A large piece of coal.
Employees are seen entering a building of the Consolidation Coal Co., Ohio Division.
The engine room of the "Humphrey" towboat where an unidentified man inspects one of the main diesel propulsion engines.
Margaret Humphrey christens the  towboat, "Humphrey".
A person is walking on the sidewalk of Jackson and Monroe Street in Fairmont, West Virginia during the big snow storm of 1950.
Pittsburgh Coal Co. towboat with a load of coal outside of an unknown city; R.J. Elinhart, Elizabeth, PA.
View of Fairmont next to the river. 'Before Watson Hotel was torn down on the corner of Main and Madison St.'
Miners drill two or more holes into coal to place the explosive charges.
View of the "Point" at Pittsburgh.