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



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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....
I hate to say this again but your videos are incredibly great. The picture quality, your lights, your commentary, they're the best. Other videos are good but yours blow the rest away, Now when I bring up mine videos, I type TVR as I want the best. also, what the heck are you doing in Italy?
would be nice to have a good metal detector -gold it may still be loaded
Anybody know what that blue color Rock on the walls are
(2ND MESSAGE)
FOR A GENERAL IDEA I SUGGEST YOU THIS.IS NOT FILMED THAT GOOD BUT IF YOU LIKE I SUGGEST YOU TO GO GOOGLING IT.THERE ARE DO MANY GERMAN AND UK TOURISTS THAT CAME HERE FOR THE FORT IN THE FALL..
https://youtu.be/DZVm3weOodE
for a inner look you will not be disappoint about it
https://youtu.be/b8BBD-87IV8
i live in the most western point of Italy..the olympic site where in 2006 has been the turin edition of the games..just to give you an idea sir.
so i hope to have been kinda worth csuse in this zone there are also some huge abandoned iron mines and happened also many incidents kinda more than 150 years ago.CIAO✌
thanks for the hearted answer☺!
anyway i miss a lot Tuscany..but im from Piemonte/Piedmont..and we/i live for exploring these mines and all defensr military lines we got here and pretty much sll over yhe boundaries..the french and the austriac from the Valle D'Aosta(another northrrn italian region).we also seen every type of castle,years1700 forts,ww2 bunkers and batteries..not many items found but,again,done it for the remembers and nice times..with great people.
i suggest yu too take a look at yhe hightest fort in EU is "is in front"of my dining room window!!!is called
FORTE DELLO CHABERTON.YOU will go there after yu see it,unfortunately the indide steps,bout360,are under the ice.is at 3170m on the sea level.i hope yu will appreciate.SCUSA/SORRY FOR MY ENGLISH.CIAO FROM SAUZE D'OULX🏂🎯
Really shows the difference in respect for this history between cultures.


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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.