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Cameron Mine
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Info Last updated: 07.05.2018 (11:21:10)
This enhanced view of my 300dpi scan of the source postcard shows some of the surface structures at the Cameron Mine, where 5 men are posing for the photographer, standing in front of a Head-Frame, with the Hoist-House and shed type of structure in background left and a chute down from the Head-Frame in front right. I've seen a marked postcard with the same head-frame and hoist-house look as here, hence the strong feel this being the Cameron Mine, located in Cameron/Grassy Valley in the District.Group of Unknown Miners Posing at the Headframe of the Cameron Mine
Photo by: Unknown
My Collection; Postcards, enhanced from my 300dpi scan.
Media ID: 296
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
Date Located / Formed:
Bull Hill
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Discovery / Formed by:
    Destroyed in Open Pit
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          General notes:
          From page 15 in Bill Munn's Mine Guide Book:
          graphic for visual presentation of text Controlled by the Woods Investment Company in 1901, Cameron Gold Mines, Inc., produced from the property from 1935 through June 1942, when operations ceased. Golden Cycle acquired the property in 1944, and although intermittently operated through the late 1940's, it became a principal shipper for Golden Cycle.