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(Tipple of Brown Coal Company at Brown, WV (South Nuttall), circa 1919. Coal was lowered from the mining opening located high on the hillside, via a 1,000-ft. incline to the tipple at the bottom of the New River Gorge at the elevation of the C&O Railway...)
 
 
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Tipple of Brown Coal Company at Brown, WV (South Nuttall), circa 1919. Coal was lowered from the mining opening located high on the hillside, via a 1,000-ft. incline to the tipple at the bottom of the New River Gorge at the elevation of the C&O Railway's tracks.
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Tipple of Brown Coal Company at [[South_Nuttall_(historical)|Brown, WV (South Nuttall)]], circa 1919. Coal was lowered from the mining opening located high on the hillside, via a 1,000-ft. incline to the tipple at the bottom of the New River Gorge at the elevation of the C&O Railway's tracks.

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Tipple of Brown Coal Company at Brown, WV (South Nuttall), circa 1919. Coal was lowered from the mining opening located high on the hillside, via a 1,000-ft. incline to the tipple at the bottom of the New River Gorge at the elevation of the C&O Railway's tracks.

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