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kenilworth Coal Mines and Railroads UtahRails.net

The holdings of the Independent Coal & Coke Company consisted of 3,200 acres of land, which included the townsite of Kenilworth, the railroad right of way for its own railroad (later the Kenilworth & Helper Railroad), the railroad terminal yard at Kenilworth Junction (later Spring Glen), and the coking plant situated between Kenilworth Junction

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Kenilworth, Utah A Still Occupied Mining Camp Legends

I was born in 1935 in Kenilworth and lived through its hay-day. My dad, Superintendent Henry Henry Trauntvein, superintendent of the Kenilworth Mine, was the instigator of breaking through to the Castle Gate mine because he saw what the Rio Grand Railroad people were charging to bring empty coal cars up to Kenilworth and haul the loads to Castle Gate so the coal could be washed in their washer.

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Independent Coal & Coke Company, Kenilworth, Carbon County

- Significance: The opening of the Kenilworth Mine in 1907 marked the beginning of the second phase of development in Utah's coal industry. The first phase was marked by a complete monopoly of the railroads over coal production, and the second phase was marked by

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Kenilworth & Helper Railroad History DRGW.Net

Kenilworth & Helper Railroad Facts From: Independent Jct, UT To: Kenilworth, UT Miles: 6.39 Built: 1906-1907 (SG) Abdnd: 1926 The Kenilworth & Helper Railroad was built by the Independent Coal & Coke Company in 1906-1907 from the Rio Grande Western (soon to be D&RG) connection at Independent Junction (aka Kenilworth Junction, which became modern-day Spring Glen, UT) up northwest to their coal

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History of the Utah Railroad.

After the turn of the century, additional coal mines were developed at Kenilworth, Hiawatha, Mohrland, and in Spring Canyon.Later railroad lines built to serve the region's coal mines included the Kenilworth and Helper Railway, the Southern Utah Railroad, the Utah Railway, and the National Coal Railway, which completed its line in 1925 to serve the newly developed coal mines located in Gordon

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Independent Coal & Coke Company, Kenilworth, Carbon County

- Significance: The opening of the Kenilworth Mine in 1907 marked the beginning of the second phase of development in Utah's coal industry. The first phase was marked by a complete monopoly of the railroads over coal production, and the second phase was marked by the entrance of a number of local independent producers into the industry.

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kennilworth coal mines and railroads utahrails net

Kenilworth Coal Mines and Railroads UtahRails.net. The Aberdeen coal mine was noted as being seven miles north of Price, and was the only coal mine in a summary of the newly created Carbon County. (Salt Lake Tribune, February 4, 1895) "Aberdeen Coal Mine. -- Seven miles north of Price is the Aberdeen coal mine, belonging to citizens of the town.

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Kenilworth, Utah Wikipedia

Description. The community lies at the eastern end of State Route 157, north of the city of Price, the county seat of Carbon County. Although it is unincorporated, Kenilworth has a post office, with the ZIP code of 84529. The population was 180 at the 2010 census.. History. Like many communities in Carbon County, Kenilworth began as a coal mining camp. Coal was first discovered in the area in

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20+ Coal Mines ideas model trains, model railroad, model

Sep 13, 2018 Explore Gordon Todd's board "Coal Mines" on Pinterest. See more ideas about model trains, model railroad, model train layouts.

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Mine railway Wikipedia

A mine railway (or mine railroad, U.S.), sometimes pit railway, is a railway constructed to carry materials and workers in and out of a mine. Materials transported typically include ore, coal and overburden (also called variously spoils, waste, slack, culm, and tilings; all meaning waste rock). It is little remembered, but the mix of heavy and bulky materials which had to be hauled into and

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Kenilworth & Helper Railroad History DRGW.Net

Kenilworth & Helper Railroad Facts From: Independent Jct, UT To: Kenilworth, UT Miles: 6.39 Built: 1906-1907 (SG) Abdnd: 1926 The Kenilworth & Helper Railroad was built by the Independent Coal & Coke Company in 1906-1907 from the Rio Grande Western (soon to be D&RG) connection at Independent Junction (aka Kenilworth Junction, which became modern-day Spring Glen, UT) up northwest to their coal

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History of the Utah Railroad.

After the turn of the century, additional coal mines were developed at Kenilworth, Hiawatha, Mohrland, and in Spring Canyon.Later railroad lines built to serve the region's coal mines included the Kenilworth and Helper Railway, the Southern Utah Railroad, the Utah Railway, and the National Coal Railway, which completed its line in 1925 to serve the newly developed coal mines located in Gordon

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Independent Coal & Coke Company, Kenilworth, Carbon County

- Significance: The opening of the Kenilworth Mine in 1907 marked the beginning of the second phase of development in Utah's coal industry. The first phase was marked by a complete monopoly of the railroads over coal production, and the second phase was marked by the entrance of a number of local independent producers into the industry.

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Kenilworth Coal Mine information and photos

The opening of the Kenilworth Mine in 1907 marked the beginning of the second phase of development in Utah's coal industry. The first phase was marked by a complete monopoly of the railroads over coal production, and the second phase was marked by the entrance of a number of local independent producers into the industry.

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Kenilworth TrainWeb.org

Kenilworth mine was eventually closed and the company sold the houses to private individuals. One of the few original company towns, Kenilworth has since become a private residential community. Gone are the railroad, mine, tipple and other coal operation buildings. The mountain has been reclaimed. Last Update 07/22/01

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Kenilworth, UT Coal Mine Dust Explosion, Mar 1945

COAL DUST BLAST FATAL TO THREE, OTHERS INJURED. Kenilworth, Utah, March 15 -- (AP) -- Explosion of coal dust in the Independent Coal and Coke Company mine claimed the lives of three miners and injured nine others. Two of the men died of severe burns and other injuries today, the other succumbed last night. Four others were in critical condition.

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Kenilworth, Utah Map

Coal was discovered in the area in 1875, and later that year, the Pleasant Valley Coal Company began coal mining operations. A group of coal miners were delayed during an early winter storm in 1877, which led to the town's name of Winter Quarters. On May 1, 1900, an explosion in the Winter Quarters Number Four mine killed 200 miners.

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The Impact of the Railroads on Coal Mining in Osage County

Stock certificate for a typical railroad-oriented mining company. Coal mining in Osage county. Unfortunately this old photograph offers no explanation for the white collar and cuffs. The engine of a Santa Fe passenger train which exploded near a Peterton coal chute October 4,

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Kenilworth, Utah Wikipedia

Description. The community lies at the eastern end of State Route 157, north of the city of Price, the county seat of Carbon County. Although it is unincorporated, Kenilworth has a post office, with the ZIP code of 84529. The population was 180 at the 2010 census.. History. Like many communities in Carbon County, Kenilworth began as a coal mining camp. Coal was first discovered in the area in

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20+ Coal Mines ideas model trains, model railroad, model

Sep 13, 2018 Explore Gordon Todd's board "Coal Mines" on Pinterest. See more ideas about model trains, model railroad, model train layouts.

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RAILROADS IN UTAH Utah Education Network

After the turn of the century, additional coal mines were developed at Kenilworth, Hiawatha, Mohrland, and in Spring Canyon. Later railroad lines built to serve the region's coal mines included the Kenilworth and Helper Railway, the Southern Utah Railroad, the Utah Railway, and the National Coal Railway, which completed its line in 1925 to

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Illinois Coal Mines, Miners & Railroads

This is for the history of coal mines and miners and their interaction with railroads. Any pictures or stories are welcome. Links to pictures or historic sites are welcome. Absolutely no Pro or anti...

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Suggestions for a Coal mine track plan Model Railroad

Ive been working on refining my ideas for the coal mine scene on my railroad, I looked really hard at a loads in empties out situation, but my original intent was to do something like the way that the Virginian that was published in Model Railroader. The idea is that coal is mined, and picked up, and brought to a marshaling yard, and then

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Appalachian and Ohio Railroad Rail Transportation

The Appalachian and Ohio operates 158 miles of rail line, between Grafton and Cowen, WV. Coal is the primary commodity the A&O transports, from the several coal mines it serves. Other freight includes logs, lumber, and chemicals. The Appalachian and Ohio interchanges with the CSXT at Grafton, WV.

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