Walton's coal incline
|Locale||West Elizabeth, PA|
|Headquarters||West Elizabeth, PA|
The Walton's Coal Incline was a nineteenth-century incline, used to transport coal from a mine mouth just west of West Elizabeth, Pennsylvania to a tipple on pool 2 of the Monongahela River. It crossed the entire width of the Borrough of West Elizabeth, passing over the Pittsburgh, Virginia and Charleston Railway. 
- "1876 Atlas of the Cities of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and Adjoining Boroughs: Plate 26".
- Annual Report of the Secretary of Internal Affairs of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1876-77. V. Pennsylvania. Bureau of Industrial Statistics.; Pennsylvania. Dept. of Internal Affairs. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Lane S. Hart. 1878. p. 238.
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