The MC-71 mine is a former coal mine located in the town of Everett, Massachusetts. The mine was in operation from 1873 to 1942, and it was the first coal mine in Massachusetts. The MC-71 mine was responsible for producing over 1.5 million tons of coal.
The MC-71 mine was a major contributor to the economy of Everett, and it employed hundreds of people. The mine was also responsible for creating many of the town’s early landmarks, including the Everett Coal Chute and the Everett Coal Breaker.
The MC-71 mine is a significant historical landmark, and it is currently being considered for designation as a National Historic Landmark.