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SABINE, WV

Sabine was a coal camp serviced by the Virginian R.R. and owned by the Belle-Mead Coal Company. I have looked real hard for remains of the mining operation, but only found reclaimed grasslands. The weed-infested railyards remain, however.


Coal camp houses in Sabine. (May 2001 image by author)


Another view of the coal camp. (May 2001 image by author)


Sabine still maintains this small post office. (May 2001 image by author)


Phil has found some ruins of the Belle Mead coal mine. (Image courtesy of Phil)


What Phil has indentified as a repair shop. (Image courtesy of Phil)


The covered over mine portals. (Image courtesy of Phil)


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