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Coal Mines of Cambria Co., PA MAIN INDEX

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Cardiff Mines,
Cardiff (Nettleton),
Blacklick Twp.,
Cambria County,
Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

A Memorial to the Coal Miners that mined the Bituminous Coal seams of the Cardiff Mines, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

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Raymond A. Washlaski

Raymond A. Washlaski, Historian, Editor,
Ryan P. Washlaski, Technical Editor,

Updated Dec. 4, 2009

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Cardiff, Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA
[The Village of Cardiff was also called Nettleton.]
[Cardiff and Nettleton are both names for a hamlet (defined as a village with no church), former coal mining town, in Blacklick Township, about two miles northeast of Nanty Glo (via Cardiff Road) and two miles east of Twin Rocks. Though most local villages had more than one name in their history, Cardiff / Nettleton seems to be the only one that has kept both names in use throughout the years, some apparently preferring one, others preferring the other.]
[The Village of Cardiff no longer exists, it is a ghost town.]

Cardiff No. 1 Mine (ca.1916-  ?  ),
located on the Pennsylvania Railroad, near Nettleton, Cardiff, Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1916-  ?  ),   ?
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), Inland Coal Company, Gallitzin, PA

Cardiff No. 2 Mine (ca.1916-  ?  ),
located on the Pennsylvania Railroad, near Nettleton, Cardiff, Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1916-  ?  ),   ?
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), Inland Coal Company, Gallitzin, PA

Cardiff No. 3 Mine (ca.1916-  ?  ),
located on the Pennsylvania Railroad, near Nettleton, Cardiff, Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1916-  ?  ),   ?
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), Inland Coal Company, Gallitzin, PA

Cardiff No. 4 Mine (ca.1916-  ?  ),
located on the Pennsylvania Railroad, near Nettleton, Cardiff, Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1916-  ?  ),   ?
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), Inland Coal Company, Gallitzin, PA

Cardiff No. 5 Mine (ca.1916-  ?  ),
located on the Pennsylvania Railroad, near Nettleton, Cardiff, Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1916-  ?  ),   ?
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), Inland Coal Company, Gallitzin, PA

Cardiff No. 6 Mine (ca.1917-  ?  ),
located on the Pennsylvania Railroad, near Expedit, Blacklick Twp., Cambria Co., PA
[Cardiff No. 6 Mine was listed as a new mine ca.1917.]
Owners: (ca.1917- ?  ), Curry Coal Mining Company, Expedit, PA

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