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Old 06-23-2008, 04:56 AM   #1
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Eastern PA Folks, I have a request....

Can some post or PM me the coordinates for the Smoking Hole in Jim Thorpe Pa? And coordinates for any abaonded cole mine/pit areas to ride near JT.

My brother is taking his vacation out in JT at a family owned house. I plan to visit him and go for a ride but Im not sure where to go. I've seen the Photos of the Smoking hole here on ADV rider, but i don't know how or where it is. So please help a fellow FF out. I don't have a GPS, but i plan to use GE for locations of these places and make my own route from there.

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Old 06-23-2008, 10:54 AM   #2
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I will post them when I get home this evening. I was up there just a couple of weeks ago.

Have you tried just searching Centralia on GE. It should show up, with pictures even.
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Old 06-23-2008, 05:49 PM   #3
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As you go into Centralia, north on 54 the smoking hole will be on your left near a cemetery. There is a road going up to it. If you get to the stop sign you went to far.
As you head to Centralia from Ashland you will take a detour around the berms blocking the old section of road that is melted and warped. There is a mine tour/museum in Ashland. Plenty of signs to point you to it. Ashland ain't too big. You shouldn't have any trouble finding either place. Good luck.
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