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120 year old train discovered underground old mine carts and lots more frozen treasures thawed out.



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Ive been binge watching your videos for a week now and you sir have balls of steel and definently taught me alot of do and don't but how are you able to find maps of the mine shafts.
I thought they used steam to power alot of things? I have seen huge boiler's in mines before. Also from my understanding the used 🐂 oxens for the hard work!?!?
Amazing videos, this type of content can even be shown in a classroom to teach American history. You're very knowledgable.
do you carry any tools to help detect poisonous gas?
have you had any close calls while exploring the mine, such as a collapse or falling rock? if so how many times, and does it startle you, or are you used to it??
man you find some great mines
Frank: I have almost finished watching all of your Videos- it was a Full-Time Job for several Weeks. One main Question... Why not a Coal Mine? To finish my Research I need a Coal Mine visit, do you have a Video for me?
I know water can get down into the mine but how does it freeze so far down?
It would be nice to move the nice barrel to a drier place to sit
I think that canister looking device with the heavy copper wire segment hanging from it was used to allow a fastened chain or rope to swivel at that point and prevent twisting and eventual coiling.
Migjt sound like a dumb question but asking because I don't know. Why is there so much ice that far underground? Great video.
Just got back to my childhood town of Kelowna bc after some cave/lava tube exploration in Hawaii and Germany. Anyone know of any worthy mines to check out in the Kelowna Okanogan area?
Real enjoyable video, loving it!
I have one of those pip wrenches too lol must be real old
Have you ever been anywhere in Alberta Canada? There is a mostly abandoned town 3 hours west of Edmonton called Cadomin. Was a coal mine back in the day! Not sure if any of the entrances are still open?
I'm fascinated by the ore chutes. It was brave enough to dig for ore, but to dig a near vertical confined shaft to exit the ore, is damned brave in my opinion.
Here we go again., im drunk and on ur channel...whats facinates me is the deep dark abyss...reminds me of my ex wife...love this channel!!!
Dear Frank, I have always liked and watched your channel. Do you have mining in your DNA or something? I mean you quite literally live and look the part as a miner with that beard and your “Canadian Tuxedo” which is jeans and lumber jacket. You have a mining museum, who has a mining museum!? It’s all very cool and I find your dedication to a certain profession an obsession on your part if I had to guess. Are you retired? If you work are you a miner? Is mining in your father’s genes as well?
Wow you should do some magnet fishing in that big pool of water


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.