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Going 300ft Underground - Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour



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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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Mines don't look like that now lol
My hubby and I did the tour in May and it was awesome! We even had the same tour guide!
Coal was the king of heat, still is
I live 15 minutes away from this place+ I went on this for a field trip 1 day ago
Thank you for taking me on the mine tour with you! I had a great time.
Loved it.
Awesome tour. It really does make you realize how dangerous it was for the miners. Love the photos as always.
Okay you officially got me hooked, great video! 😉🖒 subscribing, 🕭⛏ keep them coming!
My aunt works the snack shop
Wow I absolutely loved this. I have heard and seen so many things my mother told me about concerning mining. This was amazing. I hope to come that way one day and tour the mine. My family history is full of miners. Momma grew up in coal camps. My grandfather as well as many family members died from black lung. God bless and God bless our miners.
my great grand pa  was a miner they were getting ready to go down the mine he lit his smoke and said to his mate catch on the other side let my wife no i love her and dropped dead he 45yrs old he been mining since the age 15 so to see this vid lets me see how he worked so really cool vid
This is the most amazing adventure I have been on. I love your video. Great information. My grandfather worked in the mines in PA.
Oh! BTW, I love the long documentary style videos.
Awesome! Love this stuff! I live in Chester county and planning trips based on your videos! Thanks for such great content. Very entertaining and informative. Keep rocking it! 💪👍
I'm so sorry, I just realized that I said the chambers are 40' on center, they were approx 60'. I want to be as accurate as possible.
Grand video JP. I cannot believe I sat and watched the entire thing as I am not one for lectures lol. It was that interesting. Thanks for the share as I highly doubt I would be able to go down there.
Grand video JP! Being that deep underground is quite exhilarating and impressive... it's amazing what mankind will do to acquire and achieve! Those tunnels are both creepy and beautiful...
Gee, I'd love to see a "One of a King" attraction!
I used to live about 1 mile from Mcdade Park and have been in the mine a few times. The Anthracite Museum is also very nice and not too expensive. When I was younger, you used to see those drag line machines in the valley by the Lackawanna and you'd see different breakers all over the area.
Finally a video of somewhere I've seen in person. I can't wait to have the opportunity to visit again.


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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.