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Report - Goodes Hill Mine, November 2009

Discussion in 'Mines and Quarries' started by Oxygen Thief, Nov 14, 2009.

  1. Oxygen Thief

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    Explored with Raptor Jesus, Shadow and Rigsby.

    Small but perfectly formed... a gorgeous stone arch tunnel, with a solid river of calcite deposit.

    Looking down the slope shaft...


    At the top, there's a water tank and a trough...


    So much calcite it's engulfing everything...


    The river of rock...


    Downstairs, the walls clearly show where the blocks of stone were removed. There seems to be a lot of crane holes down here, like one every 5 metres.




    And finally, looking back up the shaft...


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