Gallery

The images below show various parts of the mine, the locations of each image are shown on the section below.

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1.  No.1 Level lobby
1. No.1 Level lobby
2.  No.1 Level portal
2. No.1 Level portal
3.  Iron staining on No.1 Level
3. Iron staining on No.1 Level
4.  No.1 Level tunnel
4. No.1 Level tunnel
5.  No.1 Level flooded sump
5. No.1 Level flooded sump
6.  No.1 Level lode junction
6. No.1 Level lode junction
7.  Timber cap and legs
7. Timber cap and legs
8.  Looking up the raise
8. Looking up the raise
9.  No.1 Level stope
9. No.1 Level stope
10.  No.1 Level water dam
10. No.1 Level water dam
11.  Main ladderway
11. Main ladderway
12.  Main stope
12. Main stope
13.  Supports in main stope
13. Supports in main stope
14.  Base of ladderway
14. Base of ladderway
15.  Chain ladder in main stope
15. Chain ladder in main stope
16.  No.2 Level end stope
16. No.2 Level end stope
17.  New crosscut
17. New crosscut
18.  Start of new crosscut
18. Start of new crosscut
19.  No.2 Level tunnel
19. No.2 Level tunnel
20.  No.2 Level chutes
20. No.2 Level chutes
21.  No.2 Level siding
21. No.2 Level siding
22.  Small stope on No.2 Level
22. Small stope on No.2 Level
23.  No.2 level tunnel
23. No.2 level tunnel
23.  No.2 Level portal
23. No.2 Level portal
25.  No.2 Level lobby
25. No.2 Level lobby
Eimco 12b rocker shovel
Eimco 12b rocker shovel
Former explosives wagon
Former explosives wagon
Holman rock drills
Holman rock drills
BEV 1.5 ton locomotive
BEV 1.5 ton locomotive
Air winch
Air winch
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This old mine wagon was donated to the mine and sits in No.1 Level

Looking down the ladderway from No.1 Level

Looking up the new winze and ladder from Deep Adit Level

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Kibble and hand winch No.1 Level

The newly dug-out section of No.2 Level below the main stope

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The top of the 90 feet deep winze on No.2 Level

Most of these images have been photographed by Rob Selly and Nigel Ridgeway.