I have never been able to find out a whole lot about the Newcomer Coke Works. There were only 30 ovens total here and they were operated by the independent Newcomer Coke Company of Uniontown. They began operating the ovens around 1900-01 and lasted until at least 1912. Whether or not else somebody operated the ovens is unknown to me.
While I was there today I met a gentleman who lives nearby and he was able to show me an undated photo he had of the ovens in operation. Across the road from the ovens is a garage that he owns. The garage used to be the hoist house for Continental No. 3. The interior of the garage is redone and no longer looks like a mine building. The exterior looks original other than a new roof. Across from the garage and north of the ovens is the site of the old Georges Township school. The building is gone now but he told me stories of watching the mine in operation while he sat in school.
This is a photo of the photo he showed me. I just took a picture of it. It's the best I could do.
The ovens in operation. The house at the end of the ovens is still there. You can see the school to the left behind the ovens. The current garage is to the left of the house.