Pennsylvania Historical Mines

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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Acme Mines Clarion Sligo
Barnum Shaft Number 1 Luzerne Pittston
Barnum Shaft Number 2 Luzerne Pittston
Boston Colliery Luzerne Pittston
Butler Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Carbon Hill Shaft Lackawanna Avoca
Chittenden Shaft Lackawanna Avoca
Clear Spring Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Cuba Mine Clearfield Philipsburg
Eagle Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Exeter Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Green Marcus Quarry Lawrence New Castle South
Heidelberg Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Hillside Colliery Luzerne Avoca
Hoyt Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Jocelyn Mine Clarion Sligo
Jones and Voyles Mine Lackawanna Waymart
Jumper Drift Luzerne Pittston
Katydid Colliery Luzerne Avoca
Keystone Colliery Luzerne Pittston
Keystone Mine Clarion Sligo
Knight Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Law Shaft Luzerne Avoca
Maxwell Drift Luzerne Pittston
Mosier Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Niagara Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Oakhill Colliery Lackawanna Avoca
Ontario Colliery Luzerne Avoca
Phoenix Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Powder Mill Shaft Lackawanna Avoca
Ravine Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Schooley Breaker Luzerne Pittston
Spring Brook Colliery Lackawanna Avoca
Tompkins Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Twin Shaft Luzerne Pittston
Whip Poor Will Colliery Luzerne Avoca
Youngs Shaft Luzerne Pittston
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