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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, September 12, 1924

Carbonado coal bunkers and tipple: Deep down in the canyon of the Carbon River, and some distance down the stream from the mine tunnel entrances, is situated the bunkers and tipple of Carbonado Mine. The topography of the place fortunately permits the use of gravity to a very large extent in the handling of the coal.

Carbonado coal bunkers and tipple: Deep down in the canyon of the Carbon River, and some distance down the stream from the mine tunnel entrances, is situated the bunkers and tipple of Carbonado Mine. The topography of the place fortunately permits the use of gravity to a very large extent in the handling of the coal.

On Tuesday, September 16, the Carbonado mine will become a part of the Pacific Coast Coal Company. The acquisition of this famous old property rounds out the holdings of this company by bringing in one of the largest deposits of high grade steam, gas and coking coal in the state. (more…)

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