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Overhead track, bunkers, and topworks of the Franklin No. 1

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, June 3, 2008

By Bill Kombol

This is a view of the newly installed overhead track, bunkers, and topworks of the Franklin No. 219 more words

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Diamond smoker best yet

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, February 1, 1922

By Harry J. Scott

Was Friday, Jan. 13, an unlucky date? Not in the opinion of the large number of fans who attended the last athletic meet and smoker, held on that date at New Diamond. 1,321 more words

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Concerning the hotels and bunkhouses

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, February 1, 1922

By E.F. De Grandpre, Dept. Mgr., Misc. Operations

A few days ago I had lunch in a so-called “good” restaurant in a fair-sized town on the way to one of our camps—considered a good place to eat and a cheap place. 589 more words

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Black Diamond Spot (2016)

Black Diamond Spot Review


I wanted to do a quick review of my thoughts on this headlamp. It is super bright (200 lumens) and will last up to 50 hours on the brightest setting. 69 more words

Backpacking

Hoist records again broken and average daily production goes beyond 2,000 tons

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, January 25, 1922

In the six working days ending with January 20, last, the latest period that could conveniently be included in this issue of the… 764 more words

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Libraries and Croissants

Hello friends! It’s only 3 in the afternoon and I have already hit 10,000 steps. This is quite the accomplishment considering I left the house only 3 hours ago. 811 more words

Copenhagen

Efficiency in coal dumping

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, May-June 1916

A method of dumping coal, as it comes from the mine, into the bunkers, that is the last word in efficiency, was conceived and developed by… 239 more words

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