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Info Last Updated 22.09.2016 (News entries: 4)

Mining and Scientific Press 26.07.1902 Volume: 85 [LXXXV] Issue: 0
Page: 54 [General Mining News]: Metallic Tunnel

  The mining inspector has ordered work suspended on the Metallic tunnel, being driven into Rhyolite mountain. There are buildings at the mouth of the tunnel, and, should they catch fire, there might be a parallel case to that of the Smuggler-Union at Telluride, though as the Metallic has no connection with other workings such contingency is unlikely.

Mining and Scientific Press 16.08.1902 Volume: 85 [LXXXV] Issue: 0
Page: 94 [General Mining News]: Metallic Tunnel

  Rhyolite mountain is to be prospected with a diamond drill by the Metallic Tunnel Co., who intend to drill 1000 feet before driving to the breast of the tunnel.

Mining and Scientific Press 16.08.1902 Volume: 85 [LXXXV] Issue: 0
Page: 94 [General Mining News]: Metallic Tunnel

  On Rhyolite mountain M. O'Hara will do 1000 feet of boring with a diamond drill in the Metallic tunnel. It is estimated that this prospecting work will cost over $4000. The Metallic tunnel has been driven 800 feet and a winze sunk 150 feet near the 600-foot mark, where a low-grade vein 42 feet wide was found, but with depth the ore increased in value.

Geology and Gold Deposits of the Cripple Creek District 1906 Volume: Issue: 0
Page: 280 [Article]: Metallic Tunnel

  The Metallic tunnel is located at an elevation of 9,250 feet on the western slope of Rhyolite Mountain. It is 1,000 feet long and reported to be entirely in granite. Farther north on Bernhard Creek some prospecting operations have been carried on along phonolite dikes in granite.


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