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Miner shoveling coal as it pours into a coal car.
Tipple filling coal car with large pieces of coal.
Chesapeake and Ohio coal cars full of coal.
Many coal cars loaded at the Summerlee Mine.
Two men walking away from either Cranberry or Summerlee tipple loading coal cars.
Coal cars coming away from tipple.
Coal cars going under tipple, Cranberry or Summerlee Mine.
Tipple on a hillside, possibly Cranberry or Summerlee.
Large trainline of coal cars. New River Co., Mt. Hope, W.Va., Summerlee Mine.  Summerlee, W.Va.  'C.H. Sprague + Son, 10 Post Office Square, Boston, Mass.'
Coal cars on train tracks.
Kanawha Coal Co. tipple loading Chesapeake and Ohio coal cars.
Coal cars being loaded under a tipple.
Snow covered coal tipple station. Possibly at Summerlee?
Skelton Mine tipple loading coal cars.
Man walking on a train track beside two other tracks with coal cars on them.
Men carrying cans along track with coal cars.
Coal loading area.  Cars going under a tipple.
Tipple loading coal mining cars are shown.
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad cars below the Summerlee tipple. "This picture shows a days run of coal below Summerlee Tipple just before being moved by the railroad crews.  Three cars of stove size, four cars of lump, four cars of egg and eleven cars of slack constitute the loading for the day.  Note how the cars are trimmed!  What a neat appearance they present!  Even the cars of slack are evenly loaded and trimmed.  Careful inspection and frequent supervision accounts for results like the camera shows.  Every attention is paid to the preparation and marketing of "White Oak" coal.  No detail is too small to receive our most careful attention.  Conditions shown here prevail at all the White Oak Mines.  Each and every mine is carefully inspected as loaded by an experienced and competent inspector; all impurities removed and the car fully loaded and properly trimmed just as you see them in this picture."
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad cars below the Summerlee tipple. 'This picture shows a days run of coal below Summerlee Tipple just before being moved by the railroad crews.  Three cars of stove size, four cars of lump, four cars of egg and eleven cars of slack constitute the loading for the day.  Note how the cars are trimmed!  What a neat appearance they present!  Even the cars of slack are evenly loaded and trimmed.  Careful inspection and frequent supervision accounts for results like the camera shows.  Every attention is paid to the preparation and marketing of "White Oak" coal.  No detail is too small to receive our most careful attention.  Conditions shown here prevail at all the White Oak Mines.  Each and every mine is carefully inspected as loaded by an experienced and competent inspector; all impurities removed and the car fully loaded and properly trimmed just as you see them in this picture.'
Chesapeake Coal Car getting loaded off of coal ramp.
'This miner has just completed loading a mine oar of coal weighing net about two and one-half tons, and is waiting for a locomotive to come along and take it out and give him another empty oar.  An industrious miner will load about six and sometimes eight of these oars in one day.  This is a wooden mine car that is now being rapidly replaced by steel mine car equipment.  The number of posts shown in this picture indi- again [sic] the immense amount of timber required to conduct operations in a safe manner.'
Taken at Cranberry mine, Chesapeake and Ohio Coal cars being filled under a tipple.
Chessapeake and Ohio train cars full of coal.
Front Row 'Left to Right'; N.T. Berry, North Western-Hanna, R.C. Larsen,North Western-Hanna, J.J. Larsen, North Western-Hanna. Back Row 'Left to Right'; Robert O'Conner, North Western-Hanna, J.E. Fier, North Western-Hanna, G.M. Allis, North Western-Hanna, M.L. Zhan, North Western-Hanna, Alfred Christopherson, North Western-Hanna, Harry Turner, Superintendent, Loveridge Mine.
Men sitting down on benches with mine diagrams on the walls. Joe Akers is on the right.
A coal cutter with nine foot cutting blade at work in Consol. Coal Co. Mine No. 32, Owings, W. Va.
Close-up view of roof drill in action. Man in background is tightening bolt with air powered wrench at Consol. No. 204, Jenkins, Ky.
Two men sitting on a bench in a mine in an underground mine.  Sign reads, 'It is a dischargeable offence to run over any cable.'
Two men running a roof bolter in Jamison No. 9 mine.
A man and woman standing next to a crawler track.
Five men standing in the Mountaineer Scoop.
Group portrait of children standing in front of the large shovel 'The Mountaineer'.
Men at work with loading machine and shuttle car. Probably Joy Machinery.
Miners at work with loading machine and shuttle car.
Miner on a small, track mounted, cutting machine.
A miner operating a coal cutting machine.
Two men cutting coal in the parting.
Man cutting coal in Consol. Coal Co. Mine in Kentucky. Note the roof supports using jacks.