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WARRIORMINE, WV

Warrior Coal Co. opened the Warrior Mine in 1916. The mines closed in 1938, and today it is considered part of War, W.Va., the state's southernmost "city."

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A decent style of coal company housing. (Jan. 2017 image by author)


The houses have had additions and modifications such as carports, various kinds of outbuildings, enclosed porches, etc. (Jan. 2017 image by author)


There are several types of structures extant in Warriormine. The company store used to stand in the grassy area in the center of the photo. (Jan. 2017 image by author)


Probably mine management housing. Somebody is going to keep warm this winter. (Jan. 2017 image by author)


Former company store has been demolished since this photo was taken.(1991 WV SHPO image)


(Jan. 2017 image by author)


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