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Buca Della Vena Mine – Part 2: Discovered Underground Mine Train!

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The "O&K" on the Lokomotive stands for "Ohrestein und Koppel". They were based in Berlin and did not survive the war, so we no that the lokomotive wass buildt before that.
it makes me sad to see lil train engines abandoned to rust away
@17:35 looks like the wood support right there has been used as a scratching post by a large animal
How the heck do you not get lost in there? You're amazing!
I am watching this series of buca nelle vene, and its Amazing!! I am italian, but i have never heard of this mine before, Is It in the north of Italy?
A mountain like Swiss cheese. Incredible. Looks just like they went for a long lunch even by Italian standards and could be back soon.
I couldn't find it mentioned, what was being mined there?
Imagining im playing Decent but on epic settings with the ray tracing we should have for the money Nvidia charged and continues to charge for their RTX cards lol. Thanks for the great video
Awesome train!
Why does the mud and the water turn orange yellow???
Lol, there was at least 3 times you nearly stepped into a vertical shaft full of water because the puddle was at the same level, there was one just left probably 3 steps from the mucker, and you couldn't tell. When you dropped to your chest early on, you were probably 1 step away from a 10 foot deep drop under water.

You were very lucky this time around.

To quote another explorer, always bring a b*&^&y long stick to poke the ground before you step.
Do you pronounce hear and here the same way? Asking for a friend. 😃

Nice vids by the way. But you've got some competition goin with that bearded Canadian.
The train was awesome! Nice video as always
what is all the blue? is it ore or a mineral leeching through
Never heard what was mined outta there. Copper?
Wow! You are an amazing explorer!
that cave could clearly use some draining
Listen man, your videos are NUTS!
This place is goliath, crazy immense and so much intact still.
If it wasnt for all the insane items to mark the journey, id be lost in 30 min, then counting how much battery time I got left for light..

Cheers for the hours of quality binge viewing from the saftey of my couch.
Awesome job!
How did that vegetation get there? How close was it to any light source?
How,s the air down there?? how far u/g are you?? Take care man....

Coal stock

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


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.