We are 546 feet down slope, then 1200 feet east of the slope on the work face. Above our gangway, which is where we load our coal buggy's, we have 2 more workings. A miner heading, and a monkey heading, driving east. The miner heading is above the monkey. So that means we have 3 workings on 1 level driving at the same time. With chutes running vertically connecting all workings, so gravity carries the coal to the gangway. Guy's load the coal in gangway buggy's, push to the slope buggy and off to the surface it goes.