mike wrote:The farthest north breaker is hudson anthracite near pittston. The coal is good, there might be some better breakers out there but I never heard of anybody getting a bad load from here.
Richard S. wrote:We dealt exclusively with Hudson for about 15 years (i.e. a couple hundred thousand ton ) because they consistently had good coal. As I posted above it may be a little more than others in the area but its worth the extra bucks. You won't find a better product in the Wyoming Valley and it can certainly compete with others outside the Valley, just might be a little more than if you traveled further south but the time and gas will make up for the difference.
Richard S. wrote:Wrong emblem , Hudson Coal is a very old company that has gone out of business many years ago. They have no affiliation with Hudson Anthracite.
Hi Mike DIRENZO Coal Breaker is located on RT 209 POTTSVILLE - Llewellyn Hwy Branch TWP.mike wrote:I think DiRenzo's is the name of the breaker in Lavelle.
lincolnmania wrote:i see a big pile of coal and a big building....i thought it was a mine or a breaker
7 Miles From My Place By The Way There Are a Lot Better Coal Breakers To Go to Besides DiRenzo'smike wrote:I guess I got lewellyen and lavelle confused, Just for reference DiRenzo's breaker is just over an hour south of hudson anthracites breaker.