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Looking up into the Forbes Road patch, which housed the miners of Jamison Coal and Coke Company's No. 3 coal mine and coke ovens. (May 2005 image by author)


The machine shop and bath house are still in existence at Forbes Road, PA. Jamison No. 3 mine was opened into the Greensburg Basin of the Pittsburgh seam in 1900 and operated for over 50 years. (May 2005 image by author)


Gob pile and trolly track abutments. (Image courtesy of Ray Washlaski)


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