The Coal Lick Run Branch, which ran adjacent to its namesake river, the Coal Lick Run, was actually a collection of smaller branches (like the Rainey Branch, see below) that served local coke mines in the area. As the coke mines' production diminished over time, so did the usefulness of these assorted branchlines, and they were abandoned one-by-one.
Today, due to the earliness of some of the abandonments, the line is hard to find in some places. Not all of the branches are shown in the map above, but only the ones verified using historical topographical maps. Also, it is not known where "Ache Junction" is with the Monongahela Railway, though it is presumed to be at Footedale, PA.