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Coal Mines of Washington Co., PA MAIN INDEX

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Washington County Pennsylvania
Coal Mines
Index T

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

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

Compiled & Edited by
Raymond A. Washlaski

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

Updated Sept. 20, 2010

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Washington County Pennsylvania - Coal Mines
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[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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T. B. Robbins & Company,
See:  Walnut Hill Mine, Washington Co., PA
         Walnut Hill No. 2 Mine, Washington Co., PA
See also: Robbins & Company,

T. J. Wood Company, Elco, PA
See: Caledonia Mine, Washington Co., PA
       Champion Mine, Washington Co., PA
       Woods Run Mine, Washington Co., PA
See also: T. J. Wood Company, Woods Run, PA

T. J. Wood Company, Woods Run, PA
See: Woods Run Mine, Washington Co., PA
See also: T. J. Wood Company, Elco, PA

Taylor Company, Midway, PA
See: Black Diamond Mine, Washington Co., PA
See also: Thomas Taylor Company, Midway, PA

Taylorstown, Blaine Twp., Washington Co., PA
[The Village of Taylorstown was originally called New Brunswick.  It was laided out ca.1795 for William Taylor.  In ca.1807 William Taylor sold the land to Thomas McKinstry, and moved to Ohio, after that the town was renamed Taylorstown.]
See: New Brunswick, Blaine Twp., Washington Co., PA

Ten Mile, Amwell Twp., Washington Co., PA
[Village was originally called Clarktown.  Name changed when the post office was established ca.1838.  Ten Mile Village received its name from being ten miles from the Monongahela River where the Ten Mile Creek runs into it.]
See:

Tenan Mine (ca.1920-  ?  ), located in Washington Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1920-  ?  ), Raccoon Creek Coal Company, Burgettstown, PA

Theo. Jones Company, Allenport, PA
See: Clipper Mine, Allenport, Washington Co., PA

Thomas Taylor Company, Midway, PA
See: Black Diamond Mine, Washington Co., PA
See also: Taylor Company, Midway, PA

Thompsonville, Peters Twp., Washington Co., PA
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Tide Coal Company, California, PA
See: Alice Mine, Fayette Co., PA
       Chamouni Mine, Fayette Co., PA

Toledo  P.O., Franklin Twp., Washigton Co., PA
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Tub Town, West Pike Run Twp., Washington Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in West Pike Run Twp., Washington County, Pennsylvania.]
[Daisytown was sometimes called Tub Town by the people in California, PA.]
[It was called Tub Town because everyone had a wash tub hanging on the house, they didn't have indoor bathrooms.]
[The Daisytown Mine Portal was one portal of the Vesta No. 4 Mine.]
See: Vesta No. 4 Mine, Washington Co., PA

Twilight, Washington Co., PA
See:

Two and Four, Somerset Twp., & West Bethlehem Twp., Washington Co., PA
[Located on the South Branch of Pigeon Creek and on the Pennsylvania Railroad.]
See:

Tyler Mine (ca.1920-  ?  ), located in Washington Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1920-  ?  ), Washington Gas Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA

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