haulageway

[haw-lij-wey]
noun
a passageway by which coal, ore, etc., is hauled to the surface from an underground mine.

Origin:
1905–10; haulage + way

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Also, deteriorating rib conditions contributed to operational problems in the haulageway evaluation.
Mining arced out in a complete circle from the haulageway, thus creating a long circular-shaped face.
The other is more of a development incline which may eventually be used as a haulageway for a more extensive underground mine.
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