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Coal Mines of Greene Co., PA MAIN INDEX

Map of H.C.Frick Coke Co. Mines
Greene County
Pennsylvania
Coal Mine
Index B

to the Bituminous Coal Mines
of Greene County,
Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Index to the Coal Mines and Coal Companies which mined the Bituminous Coal seams of Greene County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Compiled & Edited by
Raymond A. Washlaski

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

Updated July 13, 2010

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Greene County Pennsylvania - Coal Mine Index
INDEX  B
[This listing of coal mines and coal companies has been researched and complied from various sources by Raymond A. Washlaski, Historian: newspaper articles, Pennsylvania Bureau of Mines Reports, county histories, township histories, Pennsylvania Geological Survey reports, topographical maps, personnal accounts of coal miners, etc., etc.]
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Bailey Mine (?  ca.1997-  ?  ), located in Graysville, Greene Co., PA
[Bailey Mine: is owned by Consol Energy, Inc. and is located in northwestern Greene County in Richhill and Gray Townships and crosses into Washington County. Coal is mined from the Pittsburgh Seam using two longwall systems and seven continuous mining machines. Continuous mining machines allow the coal to be mined in a continuous operation where one machine rips coal from the face and loads it directly into a hauling unit. Coal is transported to the surface and then processed in the Bailey Central Preparation Plant. Among the largest underground coal mines in the United States, Bailey produced 11.1 million tons of coal in 2005.]
Owners: (ca.1997-  ?  ), Consolidation Coal Company,

Blacksville 2 Mine (ca.2005-  ?  ), located in Gilmore, Jackson & Wayne Township, in Southern Greene Co., PA
[Blacksville 2 Mine: is owned by Consol Energy, Inc. and is located in southern Greene County in Gilmore, Jackson and Wayne Townships and then spans across the border into West Virginia. Coal is mined from the Pittsburgh Seam using one longwall system and three continuous mining machines. Coal is transported underground by conveyor belts to the preparation plant, located in northern West Virginia. Blacksville produced 5.3 million tons of coal in 2005.]
Owners: (ca.2005-  ?  ), Consolidation Coal Company,

Bobcat Mine (ca.    ?    ), Greene Co., PA
Owners: (ca.   ?    ),

Bobtown, Dunkard Twp., Greene Co., PA
See: Shannopin Mine, Bobtown, Dunkard Twp., Greene Co., PA

Braden, Greene Co., PA
[A coal company patch town for miners at the Emerald Mne, Greene Co., PA, built by the Emerald Coal & Coke Company.]
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Browns Ferry, Cumberland Twp., Greene Co., PA
[Located on the western shore of the Monongahela River from Adah, German Twp., Fayette Co., PA on the eastern shore of the Monongahela River.]
[Browns Ferry, a river car ferry, ran across the Monongahela River between Adah, German Twp., Fayette Co., Pa and Browns Ferry, Cumberland Twp., Greene Co. Pa.]
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Buckeye Coal Company, Graceton, PA
See: Brier Hill Mine & Coke Works, Brier Hill, Fayette Co., PA
       Nemacolin Mine, Greene Co., PA

Buckeye Mine (ca.1920's-  ?  ), located on the Monongahela River at Nemacolin, Green Co., PA.
Owners: (ca.1920's-  ?  ), Buckeye Coal Company,

Burson, Greene Co., PA
[A coal company patch town for miners at the Emerald Mine, Greene Co., PA, built by the Emerald Coal & Coke Company.]
See: Emerald Mine, Clarksville, Greene Co., PA

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