coal bank


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coal bank

[′kōl ‚baŋk]
(mining engineering)
A seam of coal that is exposed.
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Coal Bank Pass lies at 10,640 feet on US 550 between Durango and Silverton.
In 2010, Don Bertolette and Rand Brown confirmed my Coal Bank numbers, but the discoveries had just begun.
Topping three mountain passes (Red Mountain, Mobs, and Coal Bank Pass, all about 11,000 feet), this highway twists between jagged mountains for 70 miles.
Barrett Homes wanted to build the houses on the five hectare site at Coal Bank Farm on Weardale Street.
Mummert's sign art is available for licensing through CBH Licensing, a division of Coal Bank Hollow Inc.
He tells of being called from Fort Macleod to Coal Banks (later Lethbridge) in 1884 to perform last rites for Nicholas Sheran's brother.
Starting at Coal Banks landing, participants enjoy the same white sandstone cliffs and scenic beauty that Sacagawea shared with Lewis and Clark in 1805.
Days 1 and 2 cover the 42-mile valley from Fort Benton to Coal Banks Landing.
Days 3, 4, and part of 5 bear you through the spectacular 50-mile White Cliffs section between Coal Banks Landing and Judith Landing.