Earth-moving equipment at the Oswego Steam Station of the Central New York Power Corporation has handled in excess of 3 billion ton-feet of coal during its first 9 years of operation. Coal is stored in a single pile 100 ft high with no danger of spontaneous combustion. The paper describes the operation of bulldozer-carryall units and presents operating and maintenance costs.

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