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Butler Shaft (historical), PA

Butler Shaft (historical) is a Mine in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. It has an elevation of 225 meters, or 738 feet.

Degrees Minutes Seconds:
Latitude: 41-19'08'' N
Longitude: 075-46'05'' W

Decimal Degrees:
Latitude: 41.3189691
Longitude: -75.7679708

 
 


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