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MINEVIK Machinery is a leading and pioneering enterprise with the most advanced international level in R&D, manufacturing and selling of large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

All of our equipment have got ISO international quality system certification, European Union CE certification and Russian GOST certification.

  • In central China-Zhengzhou, covering 140 thousand square meters
  • Win-win cooperation and create more value to customers
  • Exported large quantities and high-end mobile crushing plant and milling equipments to Russia, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Ecuador, South Africa, Nigeria, Turkey more than 100 countries .

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Our Products

AS a leading global manufacturer of crushing and milling equipment, we offer including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete stone crushing plant. We also supply individual crushers and mills as well as spare parts of them.

Services

Our goal is to guarantee the excellent operation equipment with high safety for our customers and minimize the downtime of the machine by predictive maintenance. Kefid service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

SERVICE AND SUPPORT

Minevik service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

ACCESSORIES CENTER

striving to enable customers to get the parts in the nearest place.

SALES MARKET

Our sales market is spread all over more than 100 countries and regions

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The Widen Coal Strike of 1952-53

"West Virginia is Top Coal Producer, Widen Leads County with 687,063 Ton," Clay County Free Press, 2-5-1953. "Fire Destroys Barn Owned by Widen Picket, Estimated Damages $1,000," Clay County Free Press, 2-5-1953. "Miner's Auto Wrecked by Blast," Clay County Free Press, 2

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Widen, West Virginia Wikipedia

Widen is an unincorporated community and coal town in Clay County, West Virginia, United States. The community was named after L. G. Widen, a railroad official. [2]

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COAL MINE LIVIN' AT WIDEN-DILLE "Prayin' Down To Hell"

COAL MINE LIVIN' AT WIDEN-DILLE "Prayin' Down To Hell" (03/31/2020) The George S. Butcher Family, Elsie Butcher in back row far left Front (L to R) Audrey, Carsel, George Stinson, Rosetta Candace Butcher (babies Arlin Patrick and Norman) Back (L to R) Elsie, Nealie, Samuel Everette, Stanley, Elma and Prushia, all children of George Stinson and Rosetta Candace

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Elk River Coal and Lumber Cemetery in Widen, West Virginia

Elk River Coal and Lumber Cemetery Location Widen, Clay County , West Virginia , USA Add to Map

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FADING: WIDENS GLORY DAYS AND TROUBLED HISTORY

Widen was located in the rugged Clay County woods, established in 1911 by the the Elk River Coal & Lumber Company. The company, organized in 1905, succeeded an 1898 association of the same name composed of northern capitalists investing in central West Virginia lumber and coal.

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Memories of Widen & Dille West Virginia Genealogy

Six decades ago, at its peak, Widen, West Virginia, had 3,000 people. Today there are less than 200. A coal mining camp some 21 miles from Clay out Dundon Ridge, some 11 miles from Birch River, Widen was a town all its own.

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SCABS, GINNEY WINKS AND GREASED BREAD Widen Mine Wars

The Widen coal mines were located in one of the most remote places in Clay County Editor's Note: The 1952 Widen strike was a turn-around for miners who were locked into servitude to the coal barons, a major boost for unionism and the UMW, moved forward by John L. Lewis. By Roger Johnson 2007. Photos From Loretta Johnson Samples Collection

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Unearthing the Coal Camps' Racial Legacy Daily Yonder

Nov 21, 2008· Widen Coal Camp was the empire of one man — J. G. Bradley. Bradley was a Harvard Law School graduate. He began his career in Dundon, Clay County, West Virginia, in 1904 as a railroad man and land developer for the family property.

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THE GHOSTS OF WIDEN Dead Miners Graves Have Only A Number

A Widen resident said "It is only fitting to say that beauty can be found everywhere (in Widen), even if it is partially hidden by a covering of coal dust." Today, when visiting the long-gone prosperity, there is a presence of people and a time which will be forgotten, lingering ghosts who lived between the rough-shod hills of Clay County in

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EARLY DAYS OF WIDEN AND DILLE Calhoun County West

Bradley's companies were the tax base for Clay County. The county could not pay its debts until the Elk River Coal and Lumber Company paid its taxes. At one time Bradley's empire covered 81,000 acres in Clay, Braxton and Nicholas Counties. His holdings also included the Bank of Widen.

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e-WV | Widen West Virginia

Located in the rugged terrain of eastern Clay County, Widen was built as a coal company town in 1911 by the Elk River Coal & Lumber Company. The company, organized in 1905, succeeded an 1898 association of the same name composed of northern capitalists investing in central West Virginia lumber and coal

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Widen Looking Back So We Can See Ahead – WV Traveler

The coal company town of Widen was established in 1911 in the rugged hills of West Virginia nestled in the eastern corner of Clay County. In the early 1900’s capitalists from northern states found an interest in West Virginia coal and lumber.

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The Widen Coal Strike of 1952-53

The Widen Coal Strike of 1952-53. Clay County Free Press May 7, 1953 Widen Miner Killed, Two Wounded. A Widen miner identified by Sheriff H. L. Coon Jr., of Clay as Charles Frame, 29, was killed Thursday morning about 4:30 near Dille. Death was caused by what the sheriff said appeared to be a rifle shot. West Virginia Archives and History

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Elk River Coal and Lumber Cemetery in Widen, West Virginia

Elk River Coal and Lumber Cemetery Location Widen, Clay County , West Virginia , USA Add to Map

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Widen, West Virginia Wikimapia

Widen, West Virginia Widen was a coal mining town from about 1920 until about 1962. Widen was a coal mining town from about 1920 until about 1962. The map created by people like you! Sugar Tree Run Birch River, West Virginia Clay County, West Virginia Nicholas County, West Virginia Canvas,

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Tiny Widen High School in Clay County at forefront of

Tiny Widen High School in Clay County at forefront of desegregation in 1954 a rare circumstance in those days of strict school segregation in West Virginia. Widen’s coal production was

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Clay County WV

The Buffalo Creek & Gauley (BC&G) Railroad began service in 1904 to trade coal and supplies between the Rich Run Mine in Widen, West Virginia and the Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) Railroad in Dundon. In 1918, a log train was added to service the booming sawmill in Swandale, halfway between Dundon and Widen. Log trains hauled the region's timber to Swandale, and then distributed the milled lumber all

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Unearthing the Coal Camps' Racial Legacy Daily Yonder

Nov 21, 2008· Widen Coal Camp was the empire of one man — J. G. Bradley. Bradley was a Harvard Law School graduate. He began his career in Dundon, Clay County, West Virginia, in 1904 as a railroad man and land developer for the family property.

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SCABS, GINNEY WINKS AND GREASED BREAD Widen Mine

The Widen coal mines were located in one of the most remote places in Clay County Editor's Note: The 1952 Widen strike was a turn-around for miners who were locked into servitude to the coal barons, a major boost for unionism and the UMW, moved forward by John L. Lewis. By Roger Johnson 2007. Photos From Loretta Johnson Samples Collection

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e-WV | J. G. Bradley e-WV | The West Virginia Encyclopedia

Sep 26, 2012· Controlling 36.5 percent of Clay County land, the Elk River Company was so significant to Clay County’s economy that the county could not meet its obligations until the company paid its taxes. The coal company town of Widen and the former lumber town of Swandale, built by Bradley’s company in the rugged eastern section of the county, and

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20+ Widen WV ideas | west virginia, buffalo creek, old

Oct 21, 2018 Explore Cheryl Long's board "Widen WV" on Pinterest. See more ideas about west virginia, buffalo creek, old pictures.

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Widen, West Virginia Wikipedia

Widen is an unincorporated community and coal town in Clay County, West Virginia, United States. Widen, West Virginia. Unincorporated community. Kanawha Street. Widen. Location within the state of West Virginia. Widen. Widen (the United States) Coordinates

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80+ Widen West Virginia ideas | west virginia, old

Aug 30, 2019 Old picture's of my home town Widen W.Va. See more ideas about west virginia, old pictures, virginia.

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KANAWHA-COAL RIVER COALFIELD

kanawha-coal river coalfield Commercial mining in the field began at Cannelton in the 1850s, and the Kanawha field is currently the No. 1 producing coal field in the state. The field encompasses Boone County, the Marsh Fork district of Raleigh County, Kanawha County, Clay County, and even parts of Nicholas County.

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e-WV | Widen West Virginia

Located in the rugged terrain of eastern Clay County, Widen was built as a coal company town in 1911 by the Elk River Coal & Lumber Company. The company, organized in 1905, succeeded an 1898 association of the same name composed of northern capitalists investing in central West Virginia lumber and coal

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The Widen Coal Strike of 1952-53

The Widen Coal Strike of 1952-53. Clay County Free Press May 7, 1953 Widen Miner Killed, Two Wounded. A Widen miner identified by Sheriff H. L. Coon Jr., of Clay as Charles Frame, 29, was killed Thursday morning about 4:30 near Dille. Death was caused by what the sheriff said appeared to be a rifle shot. West Virginia Archives and History

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Widen, West Virginia Wikipedia

Widen is an unincorporated community and coal town in Clay County, West Virginia, United States. Widen, West Virginia. Unincorporated community. Kanawha Street. Widen. Location within the state of West Virginia. Widen. Widen (the United States) Coordinates

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Widen, West Virginia Wikimapia

Widen, West Virginia Widen was a coal mining town from about 1920 until about 1962. Widen was a coal mining town from about 1920 until about 1962. The map created by people like you! Sugar Tree Run Birch River, West Virginia Clay County, West Virginia Nicholas County, West Virginia Canvas,

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Tiny Widen High School in Clay County at forefront of

Tiny Widen High School in Clay County at forefront of desegregation in 1954 a rare circumstance in those days of strict school segregation in West Virginia. Widen’s coal production was

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SCABS, GINNEY WINKS AND GREASED BREAD Widen Mine

The Widen coal mines were located in one of the most remote places in Clay County Editor's Note: The 1952 Widen strike was a turn-around for miners who were locked into servitude to the coal barons, a major boost for unionism and the UMW, moved forward by John L. Lewis. By Roger Johnson 2007. Photos From Loretta Johnson Samples Collection

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Clay County WV

The Buffalo Creek & Gauley (BC&G) Railroad began service in 1904 to trade coal and supplies between the Rich Run Mine in Widen, West Virginia and the Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) Railroad in Dundon. In 1918, a log train was added to service the booming sawmill in Swandale, halfway between Dundon and Widen. Log trains hauled the region's timber to Swandale, and then distributed the milled lumber all

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Widen, WV Area Home | Facebook

Widen, WV Area. 517 likes · 1 talking about this. Widen, Dille, Swandale, Clay..This area of West Virginia is where my family is from.

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e-WV | Clay County West Virginia

Clay County is located in central West Virginia, northeast of Charleston. It occupies 346.4 square miles. The Elk River bisects the county from east to west, entering at Duck and leaving at King Shoals. The town of Clay is the county seat.. Rugged, laurel-covered hollows dart back from the narrow river valley, and level land is at a premium.

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KANAWHA-COAL RIVER COALFIELD

kanawha-coal river coalfield Commercial mining in the field began at Cannelton in the 1850s, and the Kanawha field is currently the No. 1 producing coal field in the state. The field encompasses Boone County, the Marsh Fork district of Raleigh County, Kanawha County, Clay County, and even parts of Nicholas County.

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Towns in Clay County, West Virginia .. Info | About | What's

Clay is a town in and the county seat of Clay County West Virginia United States. The population was 491 at the 2010 census. It is the only incorporated Clay County is a county in the U.S. state of West Virginia As of the 2010 census, the population was 9, 386. Its county seat is Clay The county was founded in Clay County West Virginia This is intended to be a complete list of the properties

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West Virginia Coal Mines WVGenWeb

County List Of West Virginia Coal Mines from "Edkins' Catalogue of Coal Company Store Scrip": Submitted by: Frieda Davison Group Photo at Woolridge Mines, in Nicholas County. We need help in identifying the miners in this photo. For a Group photo of Individual miner's at Kaymoor Mines, click HERE . County List. Clay County MEMORIES OF WIDEN & DILLE

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Pin on wv coal mines

Sep 15, 2014 The West Virginia Archives and History web site offers detailed information on the state's history, outlines the documents available in the State Archives, and provides assistance in conducting genealogical research.

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Films for Classroom Use Labor History Week, West

Jan 17, 2018· The town of Widen, West Virginia (Clay County) was once a thriving coal mining community. Using interviews, photographs and old film footage, this film recounts the history of Widen and its paternal ruler, coal baron Joseph Gardner Bradley, 1882-1971. It is still considered to be one of the best film portraits of an Appalachian company coal town.

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