Mining Locations Mapping

Non-Coal Mining in Maryland

Natural Gas Maps

Natural Gas Well Location Map (Production & Storage)

Non-Coal Surface Mine Location Maps

Click on the following county for map information on non coal-surface mine locations.

 

 Allegany County  Charles County  Prince George's County
 Anne Arundel County  Dorchester County  Queen Anne's County
 Baltimore City  Frederick County  St. Marys County
 Baltimore County  Garrett County  Somerset County
 Calvert County  Harford County  Talbot County
 Caroline County  Howard County  Washington County
 Carroll County  Kent County  Wicomico County
 Cecil County  Montgomery County  Worcester County

Contact Information:

Molly.Michaelson@maryland.gov , Maryland Department of the Environment, 1800 Washington Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21230, 410-537-3568.


Coal Mining in Maryland

Through grant money provided by The Office of Surface Mining through the Coal Mine Mapping Initiative, MDE has been able to partner and collaborate with Maryland Environmental Services, Maryland State Archives, and Frostburg State University to provide an online repository of historic underground coal mines to the public. This endeavor has consisted of many tasks over the past 15 years and remains an ongoing project as more mine maps become available.

The latest phase of this project welcomed 120 maps from the Consolidation Coal Company into the collection. Various agencies worked to make this a success through the preservation and cataloguing of maps by the Maryland State Archives, the creation of GIS based data by MDE staff, and the design and implementation of an online GIS tool by Maryland Environmental Services. The online tool provides a way for interested stakeholders to download and view these historic mine maps with relative ease.

Maryland Coal Regionsin Red                          Western Maryland Coal Fields

Contact Information:

John.Carey@maryland.gov, Maryland Bureau of Mines, 160 South Water Street, Frostburg, Maryland 21532, 301-689-1440.

Google Earth

The Department has developed maps to help you track mining in Maryland. These maps can be viewed using Google Earth.