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Monthly Archives: December 2018
In my last Post about the Lytle Colliery, I had mentioned that I was having trouble finding this place. Well, after 2 day’s of snooping around and asking questions and talking with other local people of the area, I finially found this elusive place off one of the main traveled roads in Minersville. I foundContinue reading “PRESERVING HISTORY.”
As most of you already know, I love the Historical area of the Coal Region where so much History is still around, and some of it is gone but always remembered by those who know. Just a few day’s ago, I had grabbed my camera gear, and headed back up to my favorite region lookingContinue reading “LYTLE COLLIERY”
Photographed in the outskirts of Coaldale, PA is what remains of a Coal Hole that was used years ago to remove Coal that was fairly close to the ground surface. Known also as a “Strippie Mine” Coal was dug out and shipped to a near-by Colliery for further process where shale and stone were removedContinue reading “COAL HOLE”