Pa. coal breaker built with 10,000 y3 of concrete being demolished

The St. Nicholas Breaker, once the largest coal breaker in the world, is currently being partially demolished in Mahanoy Township, Pa. The facility, opened in 1931, was constructed using 10,000 cubic yards of concrete and 3,800 tons of steel in 1931.

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