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Group portrait taken at Thomas, W. Va. of a group of miners standing next to a Department of the Interior Bureau of Mines Train.
Dynamite and cap box with lid shut.
Railcar loaded with the dynamite and cap box.
Coal tinder box with can of coal inside at Thomas, W. Va.
Coal tinder box with can of coal beside it. Taken at Thomas, W. Va.
Coal tinder box on its side.
The bottom of a dynamite and cap box.
Open coal tinder box. Taken at Thomas, W. Va.
Picture of a mine Rescue Box tilted up with the lid open to see inside. Picture taken at Thomas, W. Va.
Picture of a mine Rescue Box tilted forward with its lid open so you can see inside. Picture taken at Thomas, W. Va.
Pipeline cross section.

14. Pipeline

Open lid, possibly to a dynamite box.
Front of a dynamite and cap box on its side with one lid open and one partially closed.
Railcars for hauling dynamite and blasting caps.
Railcar for hauling dynamite and blasting caps.
Coal cars loaded by the Flynn Lumber Company, Nicholas County, Sewell Coal.
Coal cars loaded by Flynn Lumber Company, Sewell Coal, Nicholas County.
View showing split in Beckley Coal in Virginian Railway grade .5 mile south of Slab Fork.
Group of people with helmets on in mine cars getting ready to go on a tour of the Hutchinson Family Mine near Fairmont, W. Va.
The 'First Coal Town Museum' seated at the bottom a hill.  A small bridge spans a rock ledge adjacent the entrance of the museum.
Tour group entering the mine shaft of the Hutchinson Family Mine near Fairmont, W. Va.
Picture of a group of people getting ready to take a tour of the Hutchinson Family Mine.
Picture of the slots inside a dynamite box used to hold the sticks of dynamite. Picture taken at Thomas, W. Va.
Picture of a coal tinder box on its side. Picture taken at Thomas, W. Va.
Piles of coal in various sizes.  In front reads a sign 'Authorized Dealer, Hanna Blue Grass, Kentucky Coal' next to a very large chunk of coal.
Group of people in coal cars outside of the Hutchinson Family Mine near Fairmont, W. Va.
A pile of coal with large chunks sitting in the yard of a coal processing plant.
Group of people in coal cars outside of the Hutchinson Family Mine near Fairmont, W. Va.
Open dynamite box showing the slots for the dynamite.
One large basket with two smaller ones on each side that read 'A bushel basket holds the ash from a ton of White Oak smokeless coal.'
Snow covered mountains in the distance.
A clipping from the back of a map, showing a fossilized tree stump in a coal bed.
Picture of a intersection of streets in Monongah, W. Va. 1907.  Trolley car in the foreground.
Men stand on the porch of the Hotel Currey in Monongah, W. Va. 1907.
A man stands in the mining shaft holding an instrument to test the gas levels in the mine.
Group portrait of a posse of men sent after a murderer on April 30, 1912.
This is the first railroad bituminous coal mine in America.  It was at Elkhart, Maryland, between Cumberland and Frostburg.  Opened in 1842, when the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad entered Cumberland.
Pile of coal in a storage bin.
Plan for modified longwall mining with a German coal planer (Plow) in the Pocahontas No. 3 coal bed, Keystone, West Virginia. Credit Bureau of Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior.
Plan for modified longwall mining with a German coal planer. Text on back reads, 'Progress report 2: Completion of mining in three adjacent panels in the Pocahontas No. 4 coal bed, Helen, W. Va.' If picture is used for publication please give credit to the Bureau of Mines, U.S. Deptartment of Interior.
Group portrait of coal miners in Price Hill, W. Va.
This sketch shows men, a women and children walking to work.  John Williams/ Coal Life Project.  Rijksmuseumkrller-Mller, Otterlo(G.) Copyright Holland.
Filled coal cars at the Lochgelly Mine in Fayette County, W. Va.
Jackhorn five inch lock coal with an automobile in the background.