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An outcrop of the Poverty Run-Lowelville limestone of the Pottsville Group at the Beach City Dam on Sugar Creek in Franklin Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio. This area has shale, siltstone, sandstone, conglomerate, limestone and coal lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The photograph was taken by Michael C. Hansen in 1981.
An outcrop of the Allegheny Group with channel sand at Glen Ebon in York Township, Athens County, Ohio. This area has shale, siltstone, sandstone, conglomerate, limestone, coal, clay and flint lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The image was taken by Micheal C. Hansen in 1976.
An outcrop of the Allegheny Group with channel sand pinching and swelling at Glen Ebon in York Township, Athens County, Ohio. This area has shale, siltstone, sandstone, conglomerate, limestone, coal, clay and flint lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The image was taken by Micheal C. Hansen in 1976.
An outcrop of the Allegheny Group showing slump structure along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company cut northwest of Mineral City, Tuscarawas County, Ohio. This area has shale, siltstone, sandstone, conglomerate, limestone, coal, clay and flint lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The photograph was taken by Michael C. Hansen in 1981. The truss bridge was removed, the railroad cut was filled and County Road 107 (Sandyville Road) was constructed on top of the fill on a different allignment in the 1991 construction season by the Tuscarawas County Engineer's Office. The following information concerning the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company cut at Mineral City is taken verbatim from...
An outcrop of the Pottsville Group-Sharon sandstone/conglomerate showing the road cut for the Ohio State Route 21 underpass at Interstate 77 mile marker 135.7 west of Akron in Copley Township, Summit County, Ohio. This area has shale, siltstone, sandstone and conglomerate lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The photograph was taken by Michael C. Hansen in 1981.
An outcrop of the Connellsville sandstone of the Conemaugh Group along the United States Route 33 Bypass at Athens, Athens County, Ohio. This area has shale, siltstone, mudstone, sandstone, limestone and coal lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The image was taken by Michael C. Hansen in 1974.
An outcrop of the Brush Creek limestone of the Conemaugh Group along Interstate 77 at mile marker 40 south of Byesville, Guernsey County, Ohio. This outcrop location is referred to as an
An outcrop of the Pottsville Group-Sharon sandstone/conglomerate showing the road cut for the Ohio State Route 21 underpass at Interstate 77 mile marker 135.7 west of Akron in Copley Township, Summit County, Ohio. This area has shale, siltstone, sandstone and conglomerate lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The photograph was taken by Michael C. Hansen in 1981.
An outcrop showing a fault in the Newland (No. 4, Brookville) coal of the Allegheny Group in Bethlehem Township, Stark County, Ohio. This area has shale, siltstone, sandstone, conglomerate, limestone, coal, clay and flint lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The photograph was taken in 1960.
The Allegheny Group Putnam Hill limestone type section at Putnam Hill Park in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio. John Turkopp and Wilber E. Stout did work in this area for Measured Stratigraphic Section File Number 788. This area has shale, siltstone, sandstone, conglomerate, limestone, coal, clay and flint lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The photograph was taken by William Smith in 1952.
An outcrop of the Homewood sandstone of the Pottsville Group along Ohio State Route 800 in Pike Township, Stark County, Ohio. This area has shale, siltstone, sandstone, conglomerate, limestone, coal, clay and flint lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The photograph was probably taken in 1960.
Big Muskie dragline removing overburden at a coal strip mine operation in Muskingum County, Ohio. The image was taken by Michael C. Hansen in March 1983. Big Muskie was dedicated on May 22, 1969, at a ceremony held in northern Morgan County near Renrock, Ohio. At the time, it was described as the world's largest mobile land machine and the biggest walking dragline ever built. It could remove 325 tons of earth and rock a minute. Big Muskie was operated by the Ohio Power Company and its parent firm American Electric Power Company. It operated in Ohio from 1969 to 1991.
An abandoned mine on Wills Creek, in Conshocton County, Ohio. Spoil tip is shown in the foreground of the image. The photograph was taken by David B. Buchanan probably in the 1980s for the United States Office of Surface Mining. David worked for the Office of Surface Mining from 1985 through 1995.
The Redstone-Pomeroy (No. 8a) coal bed at the base of a strip mine near Cadiz, Harrison County, Ohio. The mine was visited as part of the coal sampling program. The image was made in September 1980. The location approximate to the township.
A Keller Mining Company strip mine for the Newland-Brookville (No. 4) coal in Smith Township, Mahoning County, Ohio. The photograph was taken at the location of Measured Stratigraphic Section File Number 15124, measured by Richard M. DeLong and Russell A. Brant on March 31, 1961.
The Waterloo Coal Company strip mining operation in Jackson County, Ohio. The image was taken during a teachers workshop field trip in July 1995.
The Waterloo Coal Company strip mining operation in Jackson County, Ohio. The image was taken during a teachers workshop field trip.
The Big Muskie was a coal mining Bucyrus-Erie dragline owned and operated by the Central Ohio Coal Company. Big Muskie removed overburden to access Meigs Creek (No. 9) coal in the Muskingum, Morgan, Noble, and Guernsey counties area. The Big Muskie was officially dedicated during a ceremony on May 22, 1969. This picture was taken on May 24, 1969, during the opening week of public tours. The location given is approximate to the Central Ohio Coal Company's mining area south of Renrock, but in northern Morgan County as per location given in
A clay dike in Meigs Creek (No. 9) coal. Ohio State Geologist Horace R. Collins visited the area being mined by the Big Muskie dragline with Russian geologist Petr Petrovich Timofeev (Timofeyev) and geologist James Morton Schopf. The Big Muskie was a coal mining Bucyrus-Erie dragline owned and operated by the Central Ohio Coal Company. Big Muskie removed overburden to access Meigs Creek (No. 9) coal in the Muskingum, Morgan, Noble, and Guernsey counties area. The Big Muskie was officially dedicated during a ceremony on May 22, 1969. This picture was taken on May 24, 1969, during the opening week of public tours.
The 300-ton coal tipple at the Muskingum Electric Railroad's loading loop area south of Cumberland, Morgan County, Ohio. The Muskingum Electric Railroad was the first truly automated railroad in the United States. It was operated by the Central Ohio Coal Company, a subsidiary of the Ohio Power Company, to transport Meigs Creek (No. 9) coal that was developed from the strip mining operation of the Big Muskie. The coal from the mines was trucked to the Muskingum Electric Railroad's loading area south of Cumberland, dumped at trestle, then cleaned and put on surge pile for loading at tipple where the railroad's remote controlled diesel was kept. The two Muskingum Electric locomotives, No. 100 and No. 200, were built...


map background search result map search result map The Sharon Sandstone/Conglomerate, Summit County, Ohio, 1981 The Sharon Sandstone/Conglomerate, Summit County, Ohio, 1981 Beach City Dam, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, 1981 Newland (No. 4, Brookville) Coal, Bethlehem Township, Stark County, Ohio, 1960 Putnam Hill Limestone Type Section, Putnam Hill Park, Zanesville, Ohio, 1952 Homewood Sandstone in PikeTownship, Stark County, Ohio, 1960 Strata at Glen Ebon, York Township, Athens County, Ohio, 1976 Strata at Glen Ebon, York Township, Athens County, Ohio, 1976 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Mineral City, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, 1981 Connellsville Sandstone Outcrop Near Athens, Athens County, Ohio, 1974 Brush Creek Limestone at Byesville, Guernsey County, Ohio, 1981 Strip Mine in Morgan County, Ohio, 1969 The Muskingum Electric Railroad Tipple in Noble County, Ohio, 1969 Big Muskie in Morgan County, Ohio, 1969 Industrial Minerals in Muskingum County, Ohio, 1983 Industrial Minerals in Coshocton County, Ohio, 1980s Industrial Minerals in Harrison County, Ohio, 1980 Industrial Minerals in Mahoning County, Ohio, 1961 Industrial Minerals in Jackson County, Ohio, 1995 Industrial Minerals in Jackson County, Ohio