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hey captain mike
if ya need some true semi anthracite i have about a half a 5 gallon bucket
full. i picked it up off my railroad property which was the old lehigh valley
secondary that hauled coal from the bernice mine fields that were
true semi anthracite..... also there is hugh pile of the stuff on route 487
between lopez and mildred pa. thats the stuff ya need to test.
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High ash or not I still buy it!!!
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I've been wondering the same thing.Superior has more volatiles then any other coal I'v burned.UAE is second,and I have studied the maps also.One thing that strikes me is that there is some semi anthracite up north also and guess who owns it New York State Gas and Electric(NYSGE).Maybe they know something we should be learning?
Good topic BTW
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