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Eagle Sampler
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This Sampler was located on Battle Mountain, at the end of the Short Line branch spur to it from its start at the main line heading down passed Goldfield to Victor. In addition, on the lower end of the sampler there was some dual gauge tracks and connection with the Golden Circle mainline up Battle Mountain, and a spur to the Midland Terminal spurs along the mainline below the Portland Mine. On the upper side, I am not sure how extensive the track connections were, but the sampler was just below the M.T. mainline along Battle Mountain so I would assume there was some connections on the upper side of the Sampler as well as on the lower end to both gauges of tracks serving the District.The Eagle Ore Sampling Company.
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My Collection; From page 57 in a 1901 book named Program of Trans-Mississippi Commercial Congress.
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Battle Mountain
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          Located on the Zeolite or Zeolyte claim on Battle Mountain, depending on sources. Claim overview map say Zeolite, while Herald Democrat issue of March 21, 1905 said Zeolyte when mention the sampler been sold to F.j. Campbell and associates. Was to be merged with the Rio Grande Sampler, uncertain which one though.