ALICIA NO. 2

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ALICIA NO. 2, PA

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Alicia No. 2, in Greene County, was opened in the 1910s by W. Harry Brown Company. Alicia No. 1, closer to Brownsville, Pa. on the Fayette County side of the Monongahela River, was also a property of the Brown family. Later owners were the Monessen Coal & Coke Co. (subsidiary of Pittsburgh Steel Co.) and Hillman Coal & Coke Co.


The Alicia No. 2 river tipple as it looked a century ago. (1919 Library of Congress image)


The ruins of the Alicia No. 2 tipple as it looks in the 21st Century. (March 2015 image by Mark Phillips)


Some of the coal company houses are still in existence in various states of alterations at Alicia No. 2. (Mar. 2018 image by author)


This was probably Alica No. 2's "Bosses Row."(Mar. 2018 image by author)


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