As originally built, the regular facade of this long, low, brick structure provided few architectural clues that it held three separate operations within: company offices, company store, and post office. When Consol acquired Coalwood, management added a six-bay addition to the west to provide more office space. The building is now vacant.
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Carter Coal Company Store
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