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Mining equipment of the 1950s

Apr 19, 2021

Underground (deep) mining was the dominant mining technique until the 1950s when the development of large-scale excavation and transportation equipment made surface (strip) mining more efficient. Most of Kentucky’s underground mines used a method called room-and-pillar mining, whereby 20 to 50 percent of the coal is left in the mine to

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