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Incredible Nevada Silver Mine - Part 3



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Awesome video!! what flash light do you use?
That yellow thing looks like a fuel or an oil bunker.
Other levels could've pancaked in a collapse.
just out of curiosity, on a scale of 1 - 10, @ 8:43 , how sketch is it to continue past that.... giving that the slightest disturbance might lock both of you inside type of deal ? Not to shit on the video... But I do wonder. Great video's BTW, really interesting. Keep safe !
you go where other mine explorers fear to tread....kudos Sirs
Very cool and interesting
WHITEY is on YT !
I guess he's just tougher than the rest of us whiners.
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I can't believe Mines of the West is in cut offs and a t shirt! It's usually 52 to 58 degrees with a breeze blowing. Wow!
I wonder how many man hours go's into making these underground city's ?
Huge fire in that whole place at one point?
OMG, NOT SAFE is the word! Holy Crap! For $100k I might ride a rail cart over it. At high speed. Thanks for the great
video. Regards from Ody Slim
I'm curious about the source of the water throughout the mine. Natural springs? Rainy weather? Snow melt? That is, if you can comment without compromising the secrecy of the location. Thanks!
Some real bad ground down there, looked a right maze of junctions too! Pretty mad sight those rails over the void, I guess the timbers below it had rotted years ago or the rock floor fell down, makes you wonder what you are actually walking on is real or about to collapse! Great video, can't wait to see part 4!!! Just catching up, been a mental week.
Missed the last two weeks and out of 872 new videos i missed this mines series was the best of all keep it up stay safe
That's really a good size :)
All of the wood (with the notable exception of that long vertical shaft) is black. It looks like it was coated with creosote. I wonder.....
Once again, thx so much for these extremely interesting, historically valuable, dangerous-yet-highly-educational armchair adventures! I currently lack both the means & constitution necessary to embark upon any exciting excursions in-person, making tagging along w/u all via YT a much-needed, yet productive, distraction. Good stuff. Can't wait to see what's around the bend - keep 'em coming!
The white stuff is just calcium from burnt out carbide lamps.
He found a ravine lmao


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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.