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by Naaman Fletcher
Nice. I was wondering if you got shots in that tunnel
You know I did!
I remember the crushers gunning and the steam whistle abd the miners walking to work with there lunch buckets . i also remember when the crushers quit and the steam whistle stoppedmy dad said that times would get hard and they did
Very compelling, Mike. Thank you.
Where is this located?
Hey do you think those places are Haunted? they sure do look like it....
Yes it is!
Mr. Greer, I do not.
Ok Cool thanks for the Answer
Muscoda Alabama right next to Richards and Sons.
My grandfather Tyler Hooper worked in thosr old mines, who is now deceased. It has done me a lot of good to see those photos.
I would love to talk to you about your grandfathers history please
My grandfather Carson Riley worked there. I still live in the house he purchased from the company on Muscoda Hill. Thank you so much for these shots
I am an owner I would like to talk about your family history on my property thank you sincerely Cody
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My grandmother used to speak of living at Number 4 Raimund. I assume this was Muscoda. Bessemer Hall of History says there was no Number 4 Raimund. Any photos of the old Hopewell School?
How frequently do you find squatters, or signs thereof, in these abandoned places? Just curious, not looking to get anyone in trouble.
Great place to have a seance!
I was under the assumption that the whole McBride family owned the mines not just one person
How do you access this?