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Coal Mines Of Cape Breton (Part 2)

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I seem my grandfather in this video. Awesome, thank you.
I lived across from #26 at the end of Denver Street. I remember Feb. 24th- 1979 like it was Yesterday, It was a Sad Sad day on A Saturday Morning. I am Proud to be From Glace Bay, A Mining Town at the Northeast tip of Cape Breton.. "Cape Breton Proud"..
These guys deserve mad Respect!
Billy Doucette (Jr.) is my cousin.. he looks the same as when I last saw him as a young kid .. Joey was a wee guy when I last saw him as well..
I love these pics of our families that worked in the mines. I was wondering if anyone had any pics of my grandfather. I never met him, and all I know if that his name was Ken LeBlanc, and may have went by the names, Joe or Joseph White, or any combination. He worked in the mines in the 40's to late 50's. He was approx, 5'6 inches tall, dark hair, and apparently, a good looking acadian french man :) Any pics or info would be appreciated!! I believe he lived in River Hebert at the time. Thanks!
REMEMBER "BIG BAD JOHN" (Jimmy Dean 1961)
thanks buddy i love the video pics
I love these videos..keep up the good work Buddy.
@spanks63 Billy gave me a lend of the pictures a few years ago,,,Buddy Penney
i realy like this like to know who got the pics of my dad billy doucette my uncle joey and my grandfather billy
I had family who worked in the collieries in Sydney Mines (Northside). My grandfather survived two mine collapses.
My Mother . Eulalia Tucker-Steele "Lala" was born in 1923 in Glace Bay- So my grandfather was an early Miner of the 1920's ... Thanks for posting- My Uncle is Catholic Priest "Father John" - if he was alive he would be about 90 years old...

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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.


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.