WHEN COAL WAS KING

5 thoughts on “WHEN COAL WAS KING”

    1. Thanks for commenting. I appreciate that. I have heard from others in my Photo Club that the Huber Breaker is no longer there, which is sad to see. A structure from days gone bye should be marked for Historical value, just the same as the St. Nickoles Breaker.

    2. Some interesting Images of in and around Scranton, PA. One of these day’s I’ll get up there to see what you did. I love snooping around in old places, but sometimes you have to be careful. You never know what’s in there!

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