More Photos from the Town of Bankhead

The stairs down to the Lower Bankhead trail.

Another view of the Lamp House.

Fans for ventilating the mine. (Coal mines produced harmful methane gas.)

The foundations for the Power House, where generators, steam engines and compressors produced electricity for the town & mine.

The Boiler House, where coal was burned to heat water for steam to power machinery in the town.

The Tipple, where coal was processed.

The remains of the Briquette Town, the industrial section of Bankhead.

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