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TRB Mid-Year Meeting Symposium On The Effects of Abandoned Underground Mines on Transportation Facilities

Photos from the Workshop

Rocky Gap State Park Lodge, Cumberland, Maryland
Date: Tuesday, May 15, 2001

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Photo: Dr. Marc Betournay discussing mine issues in Canada
Dr. Marc Betournay
discussing mine issues
in Canada
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Photo: John Duffy, Chairman of TRB Committee A2L05 giving opening the session
John Duffy, Chairman of TRB Committee A2L05 giving opening the session
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Photo: John Duffy, Chairman of TRB Committee A2L05 giving opening the session
John Duffy, Chairman of TRB Committee A2L05 giving opening the session
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Photo: View of those who attended the session
View of those
who attended
the session
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Photo: View of those who attended the session
View of those
who attended
the session
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Photo: Bob Henthorne discussing mine issues in Kansas
Bob Henthorne
discussing mine issues
in Kansas
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Photo: Bob Henthorne discussing mine issues in Kansas
Bob Henthorne
discussing mine issues
in Kansas
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Photo: Tom Lefchik discussing the Interstate Technical Group on Abandoned Underground Mines
Tom Lefchik discussing
the Group on Abandoned Underground Mines
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Photo: Tom Lefchik discussing the Interstate Technical Group on Abandoned Underground Mines
Tom Lefchik discussing the Group on Abandoned Underground Mines
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Photo: Tom Lefchik discussing the Interstate Technical Group on Abandoned Underground Mines
Tom Lefchik discussing the Group on Abandoned Underground Mines
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Photo: Tom Lefchik discussing the Interstate Technical Group on Abandoned Underground Mines
Tom Lefchik
discussing the Group on Abandoned Underground Mines
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Photo: Tim Newton discussing mine issues in Missouri
Tim Newton
discussing mine
issues in
Missouri
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Photo: Tim Newton discussing mine issues in Missouri
Tim Newton
discussing mine
issues in
Missouri
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Photo: Rick Ruegsegger introducing Bob Henthorne
Rick Ruegsegger introducing
Bob Henthorne
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Photo: Rick Ruegsegger discussing mine issues in Ohio and the Ohio mine manual
Rick Ruegsegger discussing mine issues
in Ohio and the
Ohio mine manual
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Photo: Rick Ruegsegger discussing mine issues in Ohio and the Ohio mine manual
Rick Ruegsegger discussing mine issues
in Ohio and the
Ohio mine manual
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Photo: Rick Ruegsegger discussing mine issues in Ohio and the Ohio mine manual
Rick Ruegsegger
discussing mine issues
in Ohio and the
Ohio mine manual
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Photo: Rick Ruegsegger discussing mine issues in Ohio and the Ohio mine manual
Rick Ruegsegger
discussing mine issues
in Ohio and the
Ohio mine manual
143 kb
Photo: Dave Whitlatch discussing mine issues in Southwestern Pennsylvania
Dave Whitlatch
discussing mine issues
in Southwestern Pennsylvania
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Photo: Dave Whitlatch discussing mine issues in Southwestern Pennsylvania
Dave Whitlatch
discussing mine issues
in Southwestern Pennsylvania
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Photo: Dave Whitlatch discussing mine issues in Southwestern Pennsylvania
Dave Whitlatch
discussing mine issues
in Southwestern Pennsylvania
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