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Oreburgh Mine

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In the anime
 
==In the anime==
[[File:Oreburgh Mine anime.png|thumb|250px|right|Oreburgh Mine in the {{pkmn|anime}}]]
The Oreburgh Mine was first mentioned in the anime in ''[[DP015|Shapes of Things to Come!]]'' by {{si|Ian}}, who informed {{Ash}} and {{Ashfr}} that [[Roark]] was coal-mining and exploring for hidden treasures. According to {{an|Brock}}, the coals in Oreburgh City are one of the richest in the world. Later, Ash and his friends arrived at the mine looking for Roark. {{TRT}} were also at the mine in disguise and pretending to dig for coal. When the company meet Roark, it is revealed that he is the foreman of the miners.
 
Oreburgh Mine also appearedreappeared in ''[[DP017|Wild in the Streets!]]'', where Ash was training his Pokémon against coal ore pillars after his loss to Roark the day before. At the same time, Team Rocket revived {{p|Armaldo}}, {{p|Kabutops}}, and {{p|Aerodactyl}} from the revival machines they had stolen. Eventually, [[Officer Jenny]] and the scientists cornered {{p|Armaldo}} and {{p|Kabutops}} at the Oreburgh Mine. Team Rocket and Aerodactyl also showed up at the mine. Ultimately, Team Rocket was defeated and the Pokémon were caught.
 
The MinesMine appeared again in ''[[DP107|Ancient Family Matters!]]'' in two flashbacks. In the first flashback, it was revealed that Roark's dad, [[Byron]], had left him as the Oreburgh Gym leader just as Roark was being assigned to lead the Ancient Pokémon Excavation Operations at the Oreburgh Mine. The second flashback showed Roark as a child, showing his father a [[Fossil]] of a {{p|Sunkern}} leaf at the Oreburgh Mine.
 
==In the manga==
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