Nemacolin Mine of the Buckeye Coal Company

March 1920

On the west bank of the Monongahela river, about 80 miles from Pittsburgh, the Buckeye Coal Company, the fuel producing organization of the Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co., is developing 800 acres of the Pittsburgh seam of by-product coking coal. The mine is located three miles from the historic town of Carmichaels and is one of the first mines to be developed in the Greene county field, the largest undeveloped block of Pittsburgh coal in existence. The Company secured a preferred location as the Monongahela river offers unlimited opportunities for transportation and the railroad is being extended from Crucible to Nemacolin.

Nemacolin Mine

Nemacolin, PA Topographic Map

Miners Living in Nemacolin in 1930

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