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Amazing Abandoned Mine - Rare Finds Found Inside!



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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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Wow, that is one big mine! I wonder if all that water coming in will flood that mine out, or at the least erode the rocks away? Was neat how water was pouring out of the bottom of the rock but not up top! And dlnt worry, I dont plan on exploring, this is as close as I plan to get, thx so much for sharing, really enjoyed it!
Great video! Those workshop areas are awesome! A lot of great finds in there!
👍 as always! Great job, guys!
Amazing video. Would never guess thered be a workshop down here or as much as there is!!! Love the whole video!!!
found another cave video and I am so happy. this one looks like a maze to me. Was that a vein of coal that you showed. I am glad they gave you permission to go through it. that wheel was neat to see. that did look like a train coming at you. fun. look how they put those timbers together to hold up the ceiling. Was it wet like that when there was mining going on?????? so they would not mine those small line of coal then? That cog wheels were interesting to see. that's neat to see that deep place and I am glad you did not go there. Great video. loved it. thank you for bringing it.
Loved it can't wait for part 2
Fantastic video ! Great find 👍
Do you check your. Oxygen level in the mine now and then ??
Do you know why this mine was abandoned ? Deemed unsafe perhaps-
Thanks for sharing this awesome video - wish I could have been there in person but your video is so good I feel like I am there !! 😁👍💕
Thank you! A bit nerve racking, but a beautiful unique adventure.
Very cool footage. I kept ducking down sitting here at my desk ha. So, did you encounter any critters?
That was other shaft.
Did anyone die in that mine?
Egad, cold & wet !
OMG you two have some kahonies!
Jay @6:40 to 6:46 there is creaking. I don't think that area there is too safe to search when u do go back.
Excellence at it finest. Ty. A bit sketchy in places.
I couldn't do that! Respect for all who can even go in there.
My great grandfather was a coal miner in central Arkansas. He and another man was working a mine and one of them hit live dynamite. They were both permanently embedded with coal, all naked skin, face, arms. My ggfather lost his vision that day. Thankfully, the other man, only in his 20s, did not. My grandfather was of age and able to support his parents thereafter.
Lol funny cuz my hubby is a miner. He was a bolt man in the coal mine so the bolts over your heads in this mine, that’s what he installed. He’s still a miner. 45 minute ride down and thousands of feet in
So many layers of slate, coal, rust , & mud. So interesting . Really like Cliffs light/camera holder.
This needs a million views!!
Wow JPVideos !!!!!!!!!!!😱😱
Fan-frikken-tastic & amazing & awesome & freaky & wild & a HUGE THANK YOU to YOU for having the '⚾⚽s' to go down those narrow shafts!!!! You're one hellova brave dude!! Thank you for great content!! Vanessa, South Australia👍🐨😎


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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.