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

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

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LOL. Look at this inbred white trash non-college educated beta male Trumpanzee. Neckbeard, bad teeth, bad eyes, ballcap, low IQ. BEHOLD, the backwoods hickbilly holler brush ape cracker.
Those poles are not as much for structure as they are for detection of a cave in. Wooden beams can't hold the mountain back. Before they snap like toothpick the beams creak and crack providing the miners a warning of loose trap rock ceiling. The side nooks provided a place to stand away from the mules passing by.
Did you eat any mushrooms?
Reminds me of the movie Mother Lode with Charlton Heston, if you haven’t seen it, check it out, the music would have been awesome on your explore. Awesome explore and thumbs up
Foggy camera gives it a spooky look to the video!
Hope your oxygen meter works well. You couldn’t pay me to go that far into a 100 year old mine. Thanks for the video. Nothing like living it vicariously.
do those logs really hold up the ceiling?
I know this mine, located in Scranton, part of the Underwood colliery. It’s a neat mine, it is however not the biggest or best abandoned mine. Those are hard to find, if not impossible since we usually closed them after exploring. Here’s some photos I took of this mine. That room was a motorbarn.
Do not ever go in to a abandoned mine the chance not making it out is high and you will be putting mine rescue teams live at stake
Be careful that draw rock looks horrible
You might have gas detection but your kit is not suited to mine exploration. Your head torch is stupid. You're trusting your life with a cheap Chinese overpriced overrated piece of junk. You're also wearing plastics derived clothing and have steel buckles - the risk of sparks is something you should not do.
You're risking your life and the life of others (rescuers) just for likes? You're stupid and should stop risking other peoples safety - I don't care about yours.
Kit up,wear and buy proper kit and go do some video. Even your camera is not gas safe FFS!
Lights running low? This is a completely avoidable situation. I always had 2 lights, back up batteries and replacement led bulbs for the devices.
This has to be the best video I've seen of yours so far. Being housebound, I have to depend on others to take me to amazing places. So, thank you for sharing.
For those of us past the age of climbing around caves and mines, thanks for taking us along.
Thank you for being crazy enough to go down there and take us with you....that place is awesome!!
Check out the, Darr Mine Disaster.
On Dec. 19 1907 an explosion killed 239 men/boys.
Also the month of December 1907 was the deadliest month for coal mining disasters, over 3,000 people we killed (i think in Pennsylvania alone)

Olive Branch Cemetary has 71 Darr/49 unknown miners buried in a common grave.
Dewd,hard to beat this one,i bet you where in 7th Heaven man!
You either gotta know Jesus or be on drugs to go into that depth of the earth. Had to come watch it again,so epic!!
A lot of people are against coal mining. But it is one of the highest paying jobs in America.
Dang bro you move your face a lot
Extremely dangerous......CRAZY!!!!

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.