Portal of Number 9 mine
N.W.I Rosyln Mines WA 1930 -1963

Site visit 2011

The last Roslyn coal mine Northwest Improvement Company's No. 9 mine opened in 1930 and closed in 1963.

John "Casey" Morris John died in a mining accident, under a trip, at # 9 mine in Roslyn, Kittitas County, Washington, on December 20, 1946 - his 65th birthday. He is buried at the Moose Cemetery in Roslyn, Washington.

Hoist house foundation.

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ghost town (noun): a once-flourishing town wholly or nearly deserted usually as a result of the failure of some economic activity. 

120' Slag pile behind Mine number 9.

Portal of Number 9 Mine slope 1930    

No. 9 Mine tipple and slag pile. 

Ruins of the hoist house. 

A view of chain pillar below the west side of the 8th level inside Mine No. 9 near Roslyn, Washington

No. 10 Mine portal Roslyn
 Foundation remnants of the former wash house No. 9 mine complex 

Northwest Improvement Company Roslyn Number 9 Mine counterbalance double drum hoist house

Wash house ruins 
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Kittitas County Mines


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