EXPLORING AN ABANDONED COAL MINE (IN THE RAIN)





EXPLORING AN ABANDONED COAL MINE (IN THE RAIN)



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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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wow that was awesome
It just goes to show how quickly nature takes back what we build amazing
Great vid...but yellow shoes and shorts?? Really?
https://youtu.be/lP8w1DApCpA?t=627 I really like the sound of these old switches.
It has a rainforest vibe. I like it!
Checkout "UAV PAP" Channel for aerial footage of remains of South Wales mines...
To be honest ,wearing half a uniform with tights and sneakers ???????
Listening to that water makes me want to go the toilet 🚽😂
Another average British summertime then? Rain everywhere!
I actually live in aylesham which is just half a mile away from snowdown
No collieries left to explore much.Many closed around me from 1992 onwards,they were no sooner closed that the demolition firms from away came in,and reduced the buildings to rubble,cut up the metalwork ,hacked up the yards and paths and felled the headstocks which silhouetted the skylines.All done with indecent haste,like murderers attempting to hide a body or the evidence of their crimes.And a crime it was.
The beginning reminds me of S.t.a.l.k.e.r a bit, kept expecting to see a pack of boars or dogs.
I have to say sorry....I be couraged enough to say this....the first time i so U running with the rangbatches on your shoulder i was upsad....i worte it, u reacted...Again my sorry, cause i follow for longer time now your vlogs and films...and i have to say...Man u would deserve this rank....Lancesergant or tecksergant in the britain service or US army....in german Stabsunteroffizier....Wonderfull vlogs and little movies....go on

Addon...from 2000-2011 i was working for the Royal Army as a civ.VM. at 2RTR, and SDG in Bad Fallingbostel....I was working in a same kind of the building. Cool
I was lucky enough to see the premiere of the new documentary "A Century of Coal" on Saturday. Gives a fascinating background to the coal mines of East Kent.

It'll be available of DVD via the new museum at Betteshanger Parks and is being re-shown at the Astor in September - https://bookwhen.com/coal
You can get on the roof of that first building you went inside. From the roof of the single storey toilet block outside, over to the ladder up the outside. Excellent views from above. I threw a shitty red plastic rope around the bottom rung of a ladder on the back of that big square building you went in second, wonder whether it stayed there and was of use to others. I got it up there and didn't even manage to climb it myself.
love the vids just calm down saying folks lmao say something like ppl
The building with the 45 Ton overhead crane,is No2 Shaft Winding engine house.The previous building you were in,was the main store.The first building was the Engineering Workshop,hence the "moving machinery" sign.
alot of cool abandoned buildings in Northern Ireland and our weather is the same always rains 😂
It's really beautiful with all the trees growing inside
Steadicam Monkton Farleigh... enjoy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oeaewRNl3E&feature=youtu.be


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.

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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.