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Men at work with loading machine and shuttle car. Probably Joy Machinery.
Coal miners riding in shuttle cars, exiting the Williams River Mine, Webster County, W. Va.
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.
Miner driving a shuttle car. 'Shuttle car, fully loaded, rumbles around a curve on its way to the loading terminal where it will unload into mine cars. Such mechanized equipment has a unit cost of about $20,000. Mine No. 32, Consolidation Coal Co., Owings, W. Va.'
Miner waiting for shuttle car to be loaded.
Miner watches as coal loads into a shuttle car.
Rear end of loaded coal car in an underground mine.
A miner is driving a battery powered shuttle car that is self unloading to the loading station.