Neat coal chute door

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Qtown1835
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Post By: Qtown1835 » Wed. Aug. 09, 2017 10:20 am

I had a meeting the other day at a local Bucks County property and spotted this coal chute on the side of the "milk house" I thought it was neat.
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Post By: freetown fred » Wed. Aug. 09, 2017 10:58 am

Nice Q :)

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Post By: warminmn » Wed. Aug. 09, 2017 2:50 pm

Possibly the same company that made Majestic stoves??? Nice regardless.

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Post By: coaledsweat » Wed. Aug. 09, 2017 3:11 pm

warminmn wrote:Possibly the same company that made Majestic stoves??? Nice regardless.
I believe so, Huntington Indiana.

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Post By: Richard S. » Wed. Aug. 09, 2017 5:14 pm

The one at my Parents house is similar, there's simply says "Coal" in the middle rectangle and I thin there is foundry stamp on it from Pittston. Always liked those doors for delivering because they gave you a little wiggle room compared to some of the other metal doors and you didn't have to worry about breaking anything. In the winter if you have big enough frozen chunk come down I've busted siding and a few windows...

Don't have a good picture of it outside, this best I have. It's on the corner of the building and black. It was originally on another part of the house ground level where the original coal boiler was but I "recycled" it.
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