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A photograph of a piece of mining and/or railroad equipment.
Coal miners push a large machine on tracks in an unknown mine likely in West Virginia.
Mechanic working on what appears to be a turbine.
Man operating a JMC1 continuous miner.
The National Mine Service Company granted an exclusive world-wide license to manufacture and sell a new type of shuttle car developed and patented by Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company.  The shuttle car was designed by Arthur L. Lee and his engineering staff of Pitt-Consol.
An electric shuttle car sits in a warehouse yard.
Coal loaders sit outside the Joy Manufacturing Factory.  Caption on photo reads, 'Mine equipment suppliers are busy turning out machinery for mechanical mining. For example, Joy Mfg. recently went on double shift operation to speed up production of mining machinery.'
A Joy Manufacturing Co. Continuous Mining Machine. ML 5196 DIO57.
A continuous miner, model 2BT-2 Twin Borer, sits on display.
Joy executives stand beside a continuous mining machine.
Two men standing next to a continuous mining machine.
A Continuous Mining Machine on display above ground.
A continuous mining machine operating in a four foot seam.
A continuous mining machine sits above ground in the yard of Lee-Norse Company Warehouses.
Picture drawn by Roger Zitko showing new face roof bolter on a continuous miner.
Continuous miner in action.
Close view of an electric motor at a coal mine site in Thomas, W. Va.
A large Marietta Miner Continuous Mining Machine.