West Aberdeen Coal Company's wooden tipple in the woods, for loading and unloading coal on three tracks, or chutes; and a cart which can be rolled on tracks on the ground. Six men and a mule stand at the tipple, behind which is a small shack.
Horses and carts at a mine tipple in the woods, where the coal would be loaded and unloaded. Coal rests along a high wood track at the left of the photograph and also on a platform at the bottom of a smaller track at the right.
A crowd of over forty men, some of them holding tools or buckets, stand in front of a coal tipple attached to the front of a simple, dark wood building. Two piles of ladders with another ladder in the middle lie on the ground in front of the crowd.
A mining tipple coming down the mountainside connects to a platform with a cart that can be filled and then rolled to the other end of the platform and dumped into a train car. A man stands on the platform with the cart, and railroad tracks are in...