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It's Like an Underground City Down Here! Coal Mine Exploration (With JPVideos)

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No way in hell I'd go down in ANY old coal mine. You may think you're being adventurous. What you're actually doing is nothing but irresponsible. Exploring a natural cave is one thing...but a hole artificially dug? You're just asking for trouble.
Do you guys use a multi gas detector or anything to check oxygen levels?
Was there any large vain of coal left, I don't see any?
JP, send me an E-mail Be safe!!
The donkey must have had a good workout come up that grade
You ought to speak with an old time miner or explore the end of the life of a coal mine. Expired coal mines are left to collapse slowly, and you were getting close to danger. I hope you understand but I can see that you don't. Someone else will have to put his life in danger to recover your body. Think about them and their families. Personally,I would leave you to the rats.
Know the mine and the town. Its deteriorated a lot over the last 40 years though.
No offense but you look like SANTA CLAUS when he was GREAT WORK
You have ALOT of MOXY my friend..Thanks for going into places where most dare not we can see HIDDEN HISTORY..GOD BLESS the souls of those MINERS..BRAVE MEN from THE GREAT STATE of PENNSYLVANIA..from a New Yorker
Thank you for another exciting adventure!
Wow - red brick columns beneath the earth's surface. Great explore Cliff! I visited an old mine years ago and loved the textures and the 'finds' of crannies. Be safe
They have no idea how dangerous this is
Fantastic stuff guys. Best wishes, Paul in Lower Boddington UK
kool , i could sit in a chair there , and just listen to the water run , awesome , be safe always guys,.
the iron gate was made of jack hammer steel , for drilling shot holes , retired school teacher/coal miner
Damn! Those were some pretty big icicles in that mine! Never see that out here in the desert southwest. Those abandoned coal mines are something else. Loved all that old-school timbering with the tree trunks. So much flowing water in there, too! Again, I don’t see that out here in the mines of the desert southwest. They are bone dry! Good to see you in an abandoned mine for a change. Really a great video!
12:29 for storing dead bodies, joking. On a serious note, this is creepy and some nice nightmare fuel for active imaginations, lol. Thanks for sharing! :)
not enough money in the world. not enuf anything to make me go in something like that for even seconds. I'm claustrophobic and this would panic me beyond belief. you guys are flat out crazy to be flirting with danger.....only luck and it may run out. No guts no glory does not apply here.
I can't even imagine the work they did, not just coal mining, but building and securing their "work sites". It's amazing!
I'm 55 years old. (Just to give you an idea of my Grandfather and Great Grandfather) My Grandfather and Great Grandfather were both underground coal miners in PA. I Love this video. Thank You.

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.


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.