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A group of men inspect the damage caused by an explosion at the mine. Subjects unidentified.
Smoke rises from a coal facility in Carbondale, W. Va., which is located in the valley between the mountains.
A crowd is gathered on the steps at the store's entrance. The store is located next to railroad tracks, where C. & O. railroad cars are sitting.
View overlooking the mine facilities and miners' village.
An African-American miner leads a horse and cart of coal out of a mine entrance.
Winter scene at the miners' village.
The nineteen survivors of the Layland mine explosion are pictured together outside of the mine entrance. The accident left 112 miners dead. The mine was operated by the New River and Pocahontas Consolidated Coal Company.
An electric haulage rail system at mine no. 2. An Africa-American miner is pictured in the conductor's seat on the train engine. Miners inspect the coal loaded into the carts before it is transported.
Automobiles are parked around the company building where a crowd is gathered, likely to collect paychecks.
New River Collieries Company Sun Mines No. 2 tipple.
From left to right are C. C. Beury, unidentified, C. L. Garvin, Sr., Paddy Ryan, unidentified, and unidentified. The men are coal operators and are posing on the south side of the train platform.
Three men stand beside the tracks while steam pours out of the building's many chimneys.
Men stand around the "Whipple Tipple."
View from across the tracks of the mine facilities.