I discovered an abandon coal mine

Re: I discovered an abandon coal mine

PostBy: Cap On: Wed Feb 11, 2009 1:04 pm

e.alleg wrote:don't go near Cap he's radioactive :idea:


I wrote this post over 7 months ago. Are you ok? Medicine bottle getting low? :lol:
Cap
 
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Re: I discovered an abandon coal mine

PostBy: Billg On: Tue Nov 13, 2012 1:51 pm

Better late than never. If this tunnel was right off of the upper switchback track that heads for mount Pisgah it was most likely not a coal mine but it was actually the Hacklebarney tunnel. This tunnel is west of mount Pisgah, there used to be a small trestle on the switchback to get over the rock face that the tunnel is driven into. It is still wide open with some water draining from it. If I am correct this was one of the first tunnels in the southern coal fields and may have been used to search for uranium in the Pisgah mountain.
Billg
 
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