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trucking through coal mine Kemper KY

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A road sign said Pikeville my great-grandparents did not live far from there in a little town called wolf pit
Anybody wanna take a sip from that creek at 3:44? I hear that's where top quality bottled water has it's source from!!!
A lot of imbred families in them there parts!!!
I was born at KIMPER 70 years ago. I can't begin to tell you how much it has changed! Haven't been back since 2011.
The first time to kelloggs in Kemper was different. Loved it wish I could have stayed. But the pop tarts had to go
that isnot blare coal it is MCcoy elkhorn (bevins br) and at the time we had 2 mines mine 15 and mine 16 but know we got 1 here (15) 16 shoutdown because there is no market forhgh sulfer
That truck sounds like a V8
Obviously not from Pike county, or you would know the proper spelling is "Kimper" not "Kemper."
And its spelled Kimper not Kemper and well the people who does the paper work needs to take on a look there GPS!
the Kelloogs bakery address is listed as kemper and all paperwokr said kemper so as a driver i have to log kemper so the video says kemper
This isn't Kimper! Lol! Its Upper Johns Creek! Kimper is smaller!
what kind of semi truck is this? a 10 speed manual shift?
It dont matter how long anyone has been driving, If you've never been to the place before you usually have to go by what the company tells you unless you find out diffrent, but usually finding out diffrent means you find out the hard way, trust me I know.
I have to agree with karlh24, when I drove for schneider, they sent me there about a dozen times or so and its dispatched as Kemper, KY. Since thats what the company calls it thats what we have to call it. And the facility itself goes by Kemper.
I was raised in Pikeville, Kentucky; and, my mom was born in Kemper in 1950. I agree with alot of you about the changes back home. Coburn and Bent mountain are gone, my high school became a middle school, we have 2 new high schools now. Downtown Pikeville has grown so much; I almost got lost last year. The only thing that hasn't really changed is the holler I grew up on (Meathouse Road). I am the proud son of a Kentucky coal miner...and always will be. I miss you, Dad.
well lets see the Address on the dispatch i recived said Kemper Ky and the Address on my Billl of Lading said Kemper Ky so My logbook was entered as Kemper Ky so i guess that would Make it Kemper Ky
That's a pretty cool video, Love them lil 2track roads
hills and heavy loads...whew..wore me out riding with ya..
heading to pikeville

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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.


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.