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Bartley is an unincorporated community located in McDowell County, West Virginia, USA. It lies along the Norfolk and Western Railroad on the Dry Fork. According to the Geographic Names Information System, Bartley has also been known as Bartlett and Peeryville. Bartley was the site of one of the largest mine disasters in American history when the Pond Creek #1 mine, owned by the Pocahontas Coal Corporation, exploded on January 10th 1940 at 2:30 PM. 91 miners lost their lives that fateful day. The west side of the mine was not affected and 37 men escaped injury and another 10 men at the bottom of the shaft, used to drop the men into the mine, were also not affected. A rescue effort was mounted and seven hours after the first explosion, while men were working to save their fellow miners, a...
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