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A miner is driving a battery powered shuttle car that is self unloading to the loading station.
Miner putting bolts into the roof of a mine for support.
Miner putting bolts into the roof of a mine for support.
Miner putting bolts into the roof of a mine for support.
Men lean against coal cars at the Tram Road of Winifrede Coal Co., Winifrede, W. Va.
Miner stands on pile of coal ready to be loaded and sent out of mine.
Miner tests for gas after shooting of coal in Bishop's Mine, Poca Fuel Co.?
Miner checking for gas on pile of coal after it was shot down.
Miner placing boards in Cavalier Mine No. 206.
'West Virginia has produced 20 percent of all the coal mined in the United States since 1800, a survey shows. The survey, by the Bituminous Coal Institute, also showed that during the 20 years from 1930 through 1949, West Virginia led all states in soft coal production. Picture courtesy of the W. Va. Dept. of Labor.'
Two miners operate a Sullivan cutting machine.
Miner tests for gas in mine.