By The Butler Mine Tunnel


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April 24, 2012

By the Butler Mine Tunnel

As you approach this spot, you can smell an oily, arcid smell.  The Butler Mine Tunnel is below.   After all these years it still stinks.

People were dumping tankerloads of toxic wast into bore holes some miles away.  The oily, contaminants worked its way underground and came out in the Susquehamna River.



By The Butler Mine Tunnel

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In the DL&W Scranton Station, 
now the Radisson,there are about
20 ceramic tile work mosaics around 
the main concourse of the building. 
The tile work pictures were supposed to
represent locations on the railroad.