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"Children of the mine" – The Coal Region''s breaker boys at ...

 · More than 13,000 breaker boys worked in Pennsylvania in 1902. The labor they performed was vital to the colliery; separating valuable coal from worthless rock and aiding in the screening of coal into sizes for sale. It was back-breaking and dangerous drudgery. Fingers and hands were cut up by sharp, jagged rock.

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Is This a Photo of a 6-Year-Old Coal Miner? | Snopes

: A photograph shows a 6-year-old child working as a coal miner.

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Underwood Mine

In 1954 the breaker remained closed but the Village Slope Coal Co. took over operation of the Rock Slope using it to haul coal. The breaker would remain closed but its coal bins were used as retail pockets to hold the coal for shipping. The coal was transported by rail to the Pompey, Waddell and Moosic Mountain breakers for processing.

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Directions to Girard Breaker in Girardville, PA | Reading ...

The Girard Breaker is location for Bulk Coal pick-ups. From Route 81 North to Route 61 North (Exit 124b) to Route 924 North to 54 West; plant is 4 miles on the left. From Route 81 South to 54 West (Exit 130b); plant is 4 miles west of Shenandoah on left. From Route 61 South go to Route 54 East; plant is 1 mile east of Girardville on the right.

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Scranton, Pennsylvania

This led to a great deal of waste and eventually coal breakers were built on the surface to separate coal from rock. Young "breaker boys" were used to pick slate and other impurities from the coal which was then crushed and screened to size. The first breaker was built in 1852 at the Diamond Mine near Scranton.

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COAL crusher single roll, mining, processing plant ...

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Handbook of Crushing

motionless, such as a rock being struck by hammer blows. There are two variations of impact: gravity impact and dynamic impact. Coal dropped onto a hard surface such as a steel plate is an example of gravity impact. Gravity impact is most often used when it is necessary to separate two materials which have relatively different friability.

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Cogar Manufacturing is based on a simple premise: Listen to the people who operate and maintain the equipment, offer reasonable solutions, and provide the best customer service in the industry. Established in 1979, Cogar Mine Supply built its solid reputation serving the coal producers of the Appalachian Basin with quality equipment, reliable ...

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Blaschak Coal Corporation

Blaskchak Coal Corporation P.O. Box 12, 1166 West Centre Street, Mahanoy City, PA 17948 phone: 800-553-3117 email: [email protected] ©2021 Blaschak Coal Corp. All rights treserved.

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Gilberton, Pennsylvania. A Chance coal separator in ...

A Chance coal separator in operation in the Saint Nicholas breaker. The cone vat, filled with sand and water and kept in solution by agitation, causes the coal to float above the rock, allowing the rock to be taken from the bottom of the cone. Bits of timber and other debris float on top and are skimmed off. Gilberton Gilberton.

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Coal Breaker High Resolution Stock Photography and Images ...

The Moffat Breaker, or Taylor Breaker, as it was called was built by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company in 1915-16.The Moffat was the first all reinforced-concrete breaker, containing 500,000 feet of lumber for machinery bedding 1920, the W. Y. Moffat Coal Company acquired the Taylor Breaker was torn down around 1980 ...

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Joy SFB-29 Feeder-Breaker

The feeder-breaker is the connection between the mining system and material handling system, allowing both systems to operate at maximum efficiency and productivity. The SFB-29 feeder-breaker, with a throughput of up to 2,000 tonnes (2,200 tons) per hour, is designed for coal applications or other medium soft bedded materials.

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ANTHRACITE COAL MINES AND MINING. | eHISTORY

The coal measures which lie in this basin are composed of alternate layers of rock and coal piled upon each other like the layers of a jellycake, in which the thick layers of cake represent the rock strata and the thin layers of jelly the coal beds. ... Over the mouth of the shaft was the breaker, and the mine had no other opening. One morning ...

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The child miners'' photos of Lewis Hine that appalled ...

 · The work performed by breaker boys was hazardous. Breaker boys were forced to work without gloves so that they could better handle the slick coal. The slate, however, was sharp, and breaker boys would often leave work with their fingers cut and bleeding. Breaker boys sometimes also had their fingers amputated by the rapidly moving conveyor belts.

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Huber Coal Breaker, 101 South Main Street, Ashley, Luzerne ...

- Significance: The Huber Coal Breaker is important as an example of coal preparation plants built in the 1930s by large anthracite coal companies in Northeastern Pennsylvania to meet market conditions. The breaker was capable of preparing 7,000 tons of coal daily.

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Coal breakers | Etsy

Breaker Boys, 1900. Woodward Coal Mines, Kingston, PA: Restored & Enlarged Archival Photo Reprint Wall Decor. RetroGraphique. 5 out of 5 stars. (3,459) $16.00 FREE shipping. Add to Favorites. Coal! Northeastern Pennsylvania, Pressed Coal-Like Souvenir, Bas …

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Coal | McLanahan

Coal is a fossil fuel formed by the decomposition of organic materials that have been subjected to heat and pressure over millions of years to form coal seams. It is a combustible, sedimentary, organic rock …

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History of Anthracite Region – huberbreaker

This is done in a large structure called a breaker. Breaker is a word peculiar to Pennsylvania hard coal country. Elsewhere in the world of coal mining it''s called a tipple. In the old days, coal was cleaned by young boys working over chutes in the breaker. As the coal passed beneath them the boys would pick out the rock and slate by hand.

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Directions to New St. Nicholas Breaker | Reading Anthracite

The New St. Nicholas Breaker is a location for Bulk Coal pick-ups. From Harrisburg: 81 North to Exit 119, turn RIGHT at stop sign on to Gordon Mt. Road. Proceed to bottom the hill to stop sign, turn LEFT, on to Valley Road.

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Feeder-Breakers | McLanahan

McLanahan Feeder-Breakers come in a variety of configurations and designs for use underground and above. They are particularly useful in underground and open pit mining of coal, lignite, salt, gypsum and other friable minerals and in the processing of coke from delayed coker units. Feeder-Breakers. 0:52.

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When Coal Was King

St. Nicholas Breaker, constructed in 1931 just outside of Mahanoy City, PA (and served by the RDG), was at one time, the world''s largest and most modern coal preparation plant. Today, no longer used, there is growing support to preserve the breaker as an industrial interpretive center as part of the Schuylkill Heritage Corridor.

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COAL crusher single roll, mining, processing plant ...

Details about COAL crusher single roll, mining, processing plant, minerals, breaker, rock, COAL crusher single roll, mining, processing plant, minerals, breaker, rock, Item Information. Condition:--not …

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Rotary Coal Breaker

The Rotary Coal Breaker crushes and breaks the coal and removes the majority of the rock contamination. The sized coal from the Rotary Breaker can then be fed into a Rolling Ring Crusher which produces a finer product. For more specific and smaller sizing of the coal…

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Joy UFB-14 Feeder-Breaker

The UFB-14 feeder-breaker, designed for seam heights greater than 1,650 mm (65 in.), cuts your operating costs and increases your mine production by allowing your mining, haulage, and conveying systems to work at their most efficient rates. The UFB-14 provides a highly mobile crushing solution to maximize your haulage productivity.

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Hydraulic Rock Breakers, Drills, Hammers & Attachments

Choosing the Right Hydraulic Breaker. When operated properly, breakers efficiently and effectively break up concrete and shatter rock. If not operated properly or not sized correctly for the job, the attachment can fail unexpectedly and waste precious time on a job site, or even suffer a reduced lifespan.

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St. Nicholas Central Breaker

St. Nicholas Central Breaker is a former historic coal breaker built by the Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron Company near Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania. History Anthracite coal mining began in 1790 in …

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Loree

It was renamed the Loree after L.F. Loree, president of the D&H Railroad. In 1921 the breaker produced 1,590,201 tons of anthracite and in 1926 there were just over 3,000 employees at the colliery. Production declined in the coming decades and the breaker closed in the 1960s. It was used as a fine coal …

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The Work of a Breaker Boy

A breaker boy was a young coal mining worker whose job was to detach impurities from coal. They would separate slate, rocks, and other debris from coal by hand. These boys were usually between the ages of 8 to 12, but sometimes were as young as 5 or 6. In 1885, Pennsylvania State law required a coal breaker to be at least 12 years old.

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STAMLER Feeder-Breakers, designed for low-to-high seam applications, provide high productivity and reliability in the most rigorous of conditions. Each feeder-breaker is ... Run-of-mine coal with high percentage of rock content Run-of-Mine coal with moderate to high rock content Ram car 3-way dump Hoppered w/ sideboards High torque Free ...

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Pennsylvania''s last massive coal breaker comes down ...

 · The old breaker is between Mahanoy City and Shenandoah in Schuylkill County, the southern part of a region that holds nearly all of the nation''s anthracite, a pure grade of coal …

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St. Nicholas Central Breaker

St. Nicholas Central Breaker is a former historic coal breaker built by the Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron Company near Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania. History Anthracite coal mining began in 1790 in Pottsville, Pennsylvania and by 1795, an anthracite-fired iron …

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Breaker Meaning | Best 18 Definitions of Breaker

What does breaker mean? One that breaks, as a machine for breaking up or crushing a substance, such as rock, coal, or plant fibers. (noun)

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A General History of Glen Lyon

Breaker boys picked out slate and rock from coal descending in chutes from the top of the breaker. Nippers opened and closed ventilation doors as cars rolled in and out of the tunnels. Spraggers ran along side free rolling coal cars while skillfully aiming and throwing …

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Loree

It was renamed the Loree after L.F. Loree, president of the D&H Railroad. In 1921 the breaker produced 1,590,201 tons of anthracite and in 1926 there were just over 3,000 employees at the colliery. Production declined in the coming decades and the breaker closed in the 1960s. It was used as a fine coal recovery plant in the 1970s by Heavy Media ...

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Gilberton, Pennsylvania. A rock crusher at the Saint ...

1 negative : nitrate ; 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches or smaller. Photo, Print, Drawing Gilberton, Pennsylvania. A rock crusher at the Saint Nicholas breaker, one of the two largest coal breakers in the world

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