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Modern Coal Breaker In The Anthracite Coal Region

This breaker is one of the most modern breakers in the anthracite Coal Region. It is located in the valley among the mountains between Shenandoah and Mahanoy City, in the heart of the Anthracite Coal Region of Pennsylvania. the breaker building is in the center with the spider work of an electrical sub-station in the foreground.

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Modern Coal Breaker In The Anthracite Coal Region

Nicholas Central Breaker is one of the two largest anthracite preparation plants in the world. Its twin is the Locust Summit Central Breaker, between Ashland and Mount Carmel, Penna. These huge plants thoroughly clean and select the commercial sizes of pure coal which the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company supplies to millions of ...

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Huber Breaker - Wikipedia

Feb 07, 2008  Considered an ultra-modern plant when constructed, it used Menzies Cones to separate coal from waste. The breaker was operated by the Blue Coal Corporation, a subsidiary of the Glen Alden Coal Company. It processed 7,000 tons of Anthracite coal per day. The final product was sprayed with a blue dye and sold as “Blue Coal.”

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Coal Breaker High Resolution Stock Photography and Images ...

高达10%返现  Breakers break the unloaded coal (left) – also removing impurities (typically slate) – and deposits graded coal into a culm dump. A bucket system transfers the coal for washing before being loaded on to rail trucks (right). The coal breaker/washer is a forerunner of the modern coal

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Coal preparation plant - Wikipedia

A modern coal breaker in Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania combines washing, crushing, grading, sorting, stockpiling, and shipping in one facility built into a stockpile of anthracite coal below a mountain top strip mine. A coal preparation plant (CPP; ...

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Pennsylvania's last massive coal breaker comes down ...

Mar 16, 2018  The old breaker is between Mahanoy City and Shenandoah in Schuylkill County, the southern part of a region that holds nearly all of the nation's anthracite, a pure grade of coal

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Huber Breaker - Wikipedia

Considered an ultra-modern plant when constructed, it used Menzies Cones to separate coal from waste. The breaker was operated by the Blue Coal Corporation, a subsidiary of the Glen Alden Coal Company. It processed 7,000 tons of Anthracite coal per day. The final product was sprayed with a blue dye and sold as “Blue Coal.”

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The Life of a Coal Miner eHISTORY

The air he breathes is saturated with the coal dust, and as a rule the breaker is fiercely hot in summer and intensely cold in winter. In many of the modern breakers, to be sure, steam heating pipes have been introduced into the screen rooms, and fans have been placed in some breakers

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St. Nicholas Central Breaker - Abandoned -

Jul 25, 2018  A Modern Breaker. The Reading’s control over a large percentage of the nation’s anthracite coal reserves and the cartels that formed by the railroads led to the U.S. government filing an antitrust lawsuit against the Reading in 1923.

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Lewis W. Hine / Interior of Modern Coal Breaker, PA / ca ...

Interior of Modern Coal Breaker, PA ca. 1905-1940 View Larger Image View Full Catalog Record Below This image is one of over 108,000 from the AMICA Library (formerly The Art Museum Image Consortium Library- The AMICO Library™), a growing online collection of high-quality, digital art images from over 20 museums around the world.

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Massive coal breaker, Pennsylvania's last, is coming down ...

May 28, 2015  In this 1933 photo provided by Reading Anthracite, workers inspect coal cars at the St. Nicholas Coal Breaker in Mahanoy City, Pa. In the early 20th century, St.

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Brisbin Coal Breaker Scranton PA Coal mining, Coal ...

Modern Artists. Color Photography. Genealogy. Beautiful Places. Gap. Historical Pictures. History. Coal Breaker at Bear Gap. An undated photo post card published by Frank Wynn of the coal breaker at Bear Gap near Lykens and Wiconisco, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. This was one of several coal breakers that were built an

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Coal Breakers of Wilkes-Barre, PA - Capt'n Clint's Place

Honesdale Breaker, Honesdale PA : Holden Coal Breaker, Taylor PA 1907: Hillside Coal breaker, Scranton 1924: Stripping for Coal, Hazleton : Huber Breaker Preservation Society Huber Photos Late during the 1930s, Maxwell No. 20 was razed and the ultra modern Huber Breaker erected in its place, just a short distance north of the old breaker's ...

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Independent Coal Breakers Are Not the Web Anthracite ...

Feb 28, 2015  Breakers such as KP, Black Health, BN, Live Oak, Kowlchicks, CLS, Minersville Coal, JAC, Dandos, Ryans, Franklin, Colitz, and many more. It would be nice to see history and pictures of the smaller operations I am little tired of reading about the big boys.

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Maps of Old NEPA Breakers Collieries ? Anthracite Coal ...

Feb 16, 2008  Greetings ! I found this site via Google, on a search for Breakers... The other year I was nosing around the internet, looking for info on NE Penna's Anthracite industry, and found an interactive map that had breaker / shaft / colliery sites marked in red, and I believe you could click on a marker (like a push-pin in a wall-map), and more info would pop-up in a another window...

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The Modern Coal Mine - Wonders of World Engineering

The coal and dirt that fall through the 3-in screen are carried to a big bunker. From this bunker they are lifted to the washing machine, which can deal with 160 tons an hour. The coal, being lighter than the stone and dirt, is separated out by the flowing water; the heavier waste gravitates to the bottom, where it can be dealt with.

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Huber Breaker Tour - Mining History Association

Jun 20, 2005  Considered an ultra-modern plant when constructed, it used Menzies Cones to separate coal from waste. The breaker was operated by the Blue Coal Corporation, a subsidiary of the Glen Alden Coal Company. It processed 7,000 tons of coal per day. The final product was sprayed with a blue color and sold as “Blue Coal.”

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Marvine Colliery, Breaker No. 2, West side Boulevard ...

Breaker No. 2 was important toe the operations of the Marvine Colliery and the Delaware and Hudson Coal Company, for it represented one of the first efforts of that company to build and operate a "modern" coal preparation facility, heavily dependent upon electrical power. Marvine Breaker No. 2 was one of the first breakers in Lackawanna County ...

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Beyond NYC: The St. Nicholas Coal Breaker AbandonedNYC

Mar 06, 2018  The St. Nicholas Breaker was constructed in 1930 on the site of the St. Nicholas Colliery, which earned its name when it first opened on Christmas Day in 1861.That structure was torn down to make way for the new St. Nick, which was the largest coal breaker in the world at the time.

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Harry E Coal Breaker - Underground Miners

The newest breaker at the site was built in 1942 and received coal from the Harry E and Forty Fort Mines. It was a small, yet modern breaker featuring four Menzie Cone Separators. The most familiar aspect of this breaker was the crisscrossing conveyors that spanned across Main Street in Swoyersville.

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St. Nicholas Central Breaker - Abandoned -

Jul 25, 2018  A Modern Breaker. The Reading’s control over a large percentage of the nation’s anthracite coal reserves and the cartels that formed by the railroads led to the U.S. government filing an antitrust lawsuit against the Reading in 1923.

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Lewis W. Hine / Interior of Modern Coal Breaker, PA / ca ...

Interior of Modern Coal Breaker, PA ca. 1905-1940 View Larger Image View Full Catalog Record Below This image is one of over 108,000 from the AMICA Library (formerly The Art Museum Image Consortium Library- The AMICO Library™), a growing online collection of high-quality, digital art images from over 20 museums around the world.

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Brisbin Coal Breaker Scranton PA Coal mining, Coal ...

Modern Artists. Color Photography. Genealogy. Beautiful Places. Gap. Historical Pictures. History. Coal Breaker at Bear Gap. An undated photo post card published by Frank Wynn of the coal breaker at Bear Gap near Lykens and Wiconisco, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. This was one of several coal breakers that were built an

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Harry E Coal Breaker - Underground Miners

The newest breaker at the site was built in 1942 and received coal from the Harry E and Forty Fort Mines. It was a small, yet modern breaker featuring four Menzie Cone Separators. The most familiar aspect of this breaker was the crisscrossing conveyors that spanned across Main Street in Swoyersville.

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Beyond NYC: The St. Nicholas Coal Breaker AbandonedNYC

Mar 06, 2018  The St. Nicholas Breaker was constructed in 1930 on the site of the St. Nicholas Colliery, which earned its name when it first opened on Christmas Day in 1861.That structure was torn down to make way for the new St. Nick, which was the largest coal breaker in the world at the time.

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Coal Breakers of Wilkes-Barre, PA - Capt'n Clint's Place

Honesdale Breaker, Honesdale PA : Holden Coal Breaker, Taylor PA 1907: Hillside Coal breaker, Scranton 1924: Stripping for Coal, Hazleton : Huber Breaker Preservation Society Huber Photos Late during the 1930s, Maxwell No. 20 was razed and the ultra modern Huber Breaker erected in its place, just a short distance north of the old breaker's ...

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Independent Coal Breakers Are Not the Web Anthracite ...

Feb 28, 2015  Breakers such as KP, Black Health, BN, Live Oak, Kowlchicks, CLS, Minersville Coal, JAC, Dandos, Ryans, Franklin, Colitz, and many more. It would be nice to see history and pictures of the smaller operations I am little tired of reading about the big boys.

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Maps of Old NEPA Breakers Collieries ? Anthracite Coal ...

Feb 16, 2008  Greetings ! I found this site via Google, on a search for Breakers... The other year I was nosing around the internet, looking for info on NE Penna's Anthracite industry, and found an interactive map that had breaker / shaft / colliery sites marked in red, and I believe you could click on a marker (like a push-pin in a wall-map), and more info would pop-up in a another window...

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The Modern Coal Mine - Wonders of World Engineering

The coal and dirt that fall through the 3-in screen are carried to a big bunker. From this bunker they are lifted to the washing machine, which can deal with 160 tons an hour. The coal, being lighter than the stone and dirt, is separated out by the flowing water; the heavier waste gravitates to the bottom, where it can be dealt with.

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Marvine Colliery, Breaker No. ; HAER No. PA-183-C W side ...

of the World" 1890-1930. Breaker No. 2 was important to the operations of the Marvine Colliery and the Delaware and Hudson Coal Company, for it represented one of the first efforts of that company to build and operate a "modern" coal preparation facility, heavily dependent upon electrical power. Marvine Breaker

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Mining in and around Saint Clair - Some items used

A breaker is built near the mine shaft so that the small coal cars can be lifted directly from the bottom of the mine to the top of the breaker. Here the large pieces are broken, and as the coal travels downward it is sorted and sifted into its many grades. This is done in the modern breakers by machinery.

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These Appalling Images Exposed Child Labor in America ...

Mar 10, 2021  Young boys working in the coal mines were often referred to as Breaker Boys. This large group of children worked for the Ewen Breaker in Pittston, Pennsylvania, January 1911.

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It - Pennsylvania Northern Coal Field

Burning of the Old Forge Breaker of the Pennsylvania Coal Com­ pany On :March 25, 1903, the Old Forge breaker of the Pennsylvania Coal Company was completely destroyed by fire. The daily capa­ city of the old breaker was 1,800 tons. A new modern breaker was erected again on the sam:e site, with a daily capacity of 2,500 tons.

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Massive coal breaker, Pennsylvania's last, is coming down

May 28, 2015  MAHANOY CITY, Pa. (AP) — When coal was king, its castle was the breaker — an imposing fortress that crushed, washed and sized billions of tons of Pennsylvania anthracite for use in factories, foundries and homes up and down the East Coast. Nearly 300 breakers loomed over the coal patch more than a century ago, playing a key role in the nation's rapid economic expansion and

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