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Scranton Shaft
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Info Last updated: 22.11.2021 (08:34:52)
I do not know the source of the photographer's name, so it might be a wrong link I made at one time, but for time being I let him stay linked to this image so to speak! The view is a nice one of the Portland Mines, No.1 (Burns) Shaft in foreground and the No. 2 Shaft in the background more right. Between them is the old Shaft House of the Scranton, where the text 'No.2' is written. Behind that shaft-house and the cribbing there is a spur belonging to the Short Line terminating at the Ajax mine way outside the view at left.Portland Mine. Portland No. 2
Photo by: Tomer Jacob Hileman
My Collection; Postcards.
Media ID: 289
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
Date Located / Formed:
Battle Mountain
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    Owned by:
    • George F. McRay
      -> 1893-06-21 [claim Map]
    • et al. (and Others)
      -> 1893-06-21 [claim Map]
    • Portland Gold Mining Company
      -> 1900 [reported As Owner]
    Known claims:
    • Scranton lode - 8359
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