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Tipple with filled coal cars lined up below.
A man stands atop a filled coal car. 'Loading coal into railroad gondolas is made easy by structures called 'tipples.' The pictured tipple is typical of those to be found throughout the rich bituminous coal fields of southern West Virginia.'
Consol. Coal Co. Fairmont Mine No. 32 Tipple and Preparation Plant at Owings, W. Va.
Mine tipple surrounded by other mine buildings.
'On Coal and Coke Ry Line, Randolph County.'
Tipple at Superior Pocahontas Coal Company, Davy, W. Va.
Viropa mine tipple with train to the left.
This mine was located on the West Fork River near Clarksburg. It was the first mine operated by Senator C. W. Watson.'
Possibly the tipple of the Hutchinson family mine near Fairmont, W. Va.
Cranberry Mine tipple and surrounding buildings.
Man stands atop coal loaded in a railroad gondola as it is loaded at a tipple. W. Va. Industry and Pub. Comm.
A small house sits next to the tipple. Filled coal cars are on the tracks.
Tipple with a parked car outside with man leaning on it.
Summerlee Mine Tipple and surrounding buildings.
Tipple with filled coal cars.
View of tipple, coke ovens, and surrounding buildings.
'Stuart Mine - Wooden tipple and powerhouse. Operated by Stuart Colliery Co. of Fayette Co. Daily capacity - 1250 tons.'
'Biggest coal mine in Barbour County.'
'Operated by the White Oak Fuel Co. of Fayette County.'
'Operated by Cranberry Fuel Co. of Raleigh County. Daily capacity was 1250 tons.'
'Operated by Cranberry Fuel Company of Raleigh County. Daily capacity was 1000 tons.'
Coal miners loading railroad cars at the tipple located at Bartley, West Virginia. Please credit this photograph to the Pocahantas Fuel Company.
'Interior of tipple showing coal on picking table and loading boom.'
'Surface plant at Brock No. 4 Mine, Continental Coal Company. 1935, Continental Coal Company; 1941, Brock Coal Company; 1943, Christopher Coal Company.'<br /><br />
A close-up view of a modern Coal Tipple at Penman, W. Va.
'Gardener cultivating flower bed on lawn in front of preparation plant, Mine No. 98, Consolidation Coal Co., W. Va.' Bituminous Coal Institute, 320 Southern Building, Washington 5, D.C. November 1948.
Coal mining tipple loading coal cars.
Fairmont Coal Co. Solon Mine tipple loading coal cars.
Men standing on coal cars loaded by tipple. 'Hallsville = Davy.'
Whipple Tipple loading coal cars.
Old Mine No. 207-208 Tipple in Dunham, Kentucky. "First loading coal- Aug. 17, 1912."
Stanaford Tipple loading coal cars.  Coal cars moving up and down hill on tracks.
Beckley Slope Mine Tipple and Powerhouse operated by Beckley Coal and Coke Co. of Raleigh County.
Early Stanaford Wooden Tipple- later acquired from Eastern Gas and Fuel.
Jackhorn Mine Tipple, Consolidation Coal Company (Ky.) Jackhorn, Ky.
A close-up view of the tipple and headframe at the Pittsburgh Coal Co. Montour Mine No. 4.
A close-up view of the tipple at Jackhorn Mine, Consolidation Coal Company (KY) Jackhorn, Kentucky.
A close-up view of the tipple at Clover Splint Mine, Consolidation Coal Company (KY.), Closplint, Kentucky.