Gaugley Eagle

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The Gaugley Eagle coal property is located 145 kilometres from Charleston, West Virginia. The property consists of the Black Pearl underground mine and the Lower Muddlety open cut mine.[1]

The mine is operated by Western Coal, a subsidiary of Walter Energy, a Vancouver, Canada headquartered company.

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  1. Walter Energy, "Gaugley Eagle", Walter Energy website, accessed May 2011.

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