: Steel coal tipple built by the Jeffrey Manufacturing Company of Columbus, Ohio in use at the Panther Coal Company, Raitt, Virginia, 1934. The coal was processed through a Jeffrey revolving screen to classify it according to lump size. The railroad cars are each filled with different size coal lumps. Different sizes of coal were used in different facilities, such as power plants, home heating, and steam locomotives. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL01547 Subjects
: Tipples; Ohio Economy--Economy--Business Places
: Raitt (Virginia)