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Abandoned Train/Mining Tunnel & Unique Remains



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At 13:17 VANDALISM — Breaking the stalagmite. You should be ashamed of yourself. Leave geological features alone!
I enjoy watching these finds and your history lessons.
You’re nuts... That is a collapse waiting to happen... You could have easily destabilized the mass and brought the rest of the rock down on your heads... Any vibration can cause a slide of the ceiling...
The North end of the tunnel is gorgeous. I have such a fear of mines and tunnels. I truly appreciate your efforts and time to crawl into these areas not knowing what is on the other side. The large ruin's are very cool as well. Are the pipes air shafts in the old ruin's? It's unique for sure. Thank you so much for sharing.
Interesting video. I've never seen cole deposits before, kinda cool looking. I thought the insulator was a dumbbell lol.
Great history and information to this tunnel. You always take some awesome pics as well.
Awesome explore! I have always had a great interest in mineral mines of any kind. I grew up in northern Minnesota where mineral mines are every where. Did a lot of exploring back in my twenties. Your videos bring back a lot of good memories.
what you guys maneuver around is crazy. kudos
What has become of the tunnel now?
Thank you, fantastic as usual
When exactly did Pennsylvania Masons practice the art of fitting Stone without mortar?
Interesting!
I think the tunnel was there before the coal mine. Research mud flood.
Thanks for the video!
Excellent!
Your crazy!!! That little ole hard hat won't keep you safe from falling rocks!!!
sorry, but you entered the mine adit not the tunnel. the tunnel would not switch to brick after starting with limestone on the other side.
I love the history on this one. This location in particular is a curiosity for me. Thanks for sharing. I'd love to hear more lore/history. It's got a vibe to it for sure.. What's that old line? "there's a lot of history on the route there". 🤗
Looks like somebody, years ago, built that cribbing under where it's going to collapse. Who, or better yet why, would someone take the time to do that? There's more questions that answers in that tunnel! Good Video! Oh, most tunnels have what I have known as "Barrels" at the entrances to prevent cave in's. Then you get to the rough or "rock shot" portions where there's no lining. I bet those timbers way back in were added support where they make have found a weak spot that needed added support.
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Very interesting. I know nothing about Cosmo doings, but the Lego house looks likethe big slots. Would have been for big giant gear wheels to pull cable maybe.
It looks like it may collapse even more and break thru that archway.


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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.