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A large scoop with two cars fitting between its jaws.
A large scoop with two cars fitting between its jaws.
People standing next to the massive Mountaineer shovel.
Group portrait of men standing in the bucket of a large shovel.
Group portrait of children standing in front of the large shovel 'The Mountaineer'.
Five men standing in the Mountaineer Scoop.
Group portrait of visitors in hard hats in front of the giant shovel the Mountaineer.
Five business men stand inside of a scoop.
Group portrait of business men in scoop.
'Chas. Huber-Steel Improve.'
Group of men stand near Hanna Coal Co.'s shovel 'The Mountaineer' as well as a Euclid coal truck.
'Westinghouse, Cleveland.' Dick MacFarlane is one person in the picture.
People standing by 2 of the Mountaineers 8'8'' crawlers (Cats).
Rimbol, Apthorpe(E.O.G.); Pallister, Tom (Case); Pigott, Conway (Stl. Imp); A, William (Case).
'The Mountaineer,60 cubic yard shovel: the Mountaineer is the world's largest shovel; it is the largest unit of mobile land machinery ever constructed in this country. It will be used to remove earth and rock overburden, with a maximum average of 90 feet in depth (under favorable contour conditions, the machine will be able to go to a top maximum of 120 feet of overburden), from the 4 1/2 foot Pittsburgh coal seam in Eastern Ohio. Although the four large machines which Hanna has had in service for several years at its open-cut mines are among the largest ever built, they are not capable of removing overburden averaging as much as 90 feet in depth. The Mountaineer makes possible the recovery of millions of tons of coal not recoverable with the smaller machines.'
Marion Power Shovel Company shovel, The Mountaineer, working on a surface mine.
Hanna Coal Co. Shovels: 'looks like 'The Mountaineer' on the right and probably 'The Tiger' on 'The Green Hornet' on the left.'
Hanna Coal Company's large electric shovel 'The Mountaineer'.