ⓘ O'Neil and Company Incline


ⓘ ONeil and Company Incline

The ONeil and Company Incline was a nineteenth-century incline, used to transport coal from a mine mouth just west of West Elizabeth, Pennsylvania to a tipple on pool 1 of the Monongahela River. It crossed the entire width of the Borrough of West Elizabeth, passing over the Pittsburgh, Virginia and Charleston Railway.

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