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New Campbellton Coal and Lime Company. Reports on the property of the New Campbellton coal mines. [Halifax, N.S.?]: [publisher not identified], (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: New Campbellton Coal and Lime Company. OCLC Number. Reports on the property of the New Campbellton coal mines [electronic resource]: comprising three square miles, situated in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. ([Halifax, N.S.?: s.n.], ), by New Campbellton Coal and Lime Company (page images at HathiTrust). The most successful of these new firms was the International Coal and Railway Company. This New York-based company was established in , sank new pits on the old GMA property at Bridgeport, and built a standard-gauge railway from Bridgeport to their new pier on Sydney harbour. The New Campbellton mine, originally opened in by the Hon. C. J, Campbell, passed through many vicissitudes, having lain dormant at one period for many years until re-opened by Messrs. Burchell in , when for a short time this company shipped both coal and dolomite from the same pier.
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