The most complete guide to Southern Nevada's mining history.

Site features include:

Goodsprings, Nevada. Ivanpah, California. Nelson, Nevada. Nipton, Nevada.  Searchlight, Nevada.  Tecopa, California. 

Scheduled Field Trips:
Saturday.  December 19, 2015.
SouthEast end of Goodsprings, Nevada.
Updates every Thursday.

November 26, 2015
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!  Don't bother with the calorie counting.  Break out the sweat pants and enjoy it.  We don't have anything any more special going on than we do most holidays.  Unless the holiday falls on one of the wife's usually scheduled days off, she works most holidays while I do other things to entertain myself. So, just like any other day. Lots to be thankful for this year.  Mostly, just being around another year.  I hope everyone gets to spend their day doing something they enjoy with people they love.  

Nevada and Arizona gold mining scam alerts!  I've been receiving more inquiries asking about local gold mine investments.  Contacts are being made by cold calls, emails, and advertised in stock related forums by company representatives posing as excited share holders. I know of at least two scams related to gold mining and both may be and are likely related. To avoid the possibility of getting sued, I won't mention the company name(s), but the investment mines are located in Clark County, Nevada and Mohave County, Arizona

Most of the easy gold is gone which is why local miners turned to underground, hard rock mining.  Gold isn't evenly distributed and is most often rich in pockets or streaks.  Move over a few feet and there may not be enough gold to cover fuel costs.

If you are considering purchasing stock in any gold mining operation, never rely solely on historical data and definitely DO NOT
 take the word of the guys trying to sell you stock.  If they claim to have found large amounts of gold on the surface, be suspicious of planted gold.  The best placer (gravel) mine gold will settle deep and won't be on the surface. 

What they did nearby and historically is of insignificant matter.  All that matters in gold mining is what you can recover and the only way to know for sure is to drill.  Insist on site drill reports.  Prospect drilling is expensive, but if the gold on site is as good as they claim it to be, any operation serious about commercial mining that site will have those drill reports.  

A drill report is the only way to know if there is gold bearing pay on site and at what depth and concentrations.  Without knowing all of those variables, there's no way to know if the gold on site is worth recovering.  They are gambling with your investment money.  
That's usually the scam.  To prove outright fraud, you have to prove intent.  All they have to say is they tried and weren't successful.

There is another change within the navigation bar to your left.  Since the "Equipment" section only covered communications, I went ahead and changed the title to "Communications".  Building on last weeks "Trail Etiquette" update, a new section covering Communications Etiquette has been added to Communications section.  While I was in there, I cleaned up a little and rewrote a lot. 

November 19, 2015
Details for our upcoming field trip are now up. Unlike our last trip to SW Ivanpah, this tour will involve some brief underground exploration, but we'll be able to park close to all waypoints.  Any hiking will be short and with minimal elevation changes.  The total off road length will only be 10-12 miles with around 10 scheduled stops.  There will be many opportunities for socialization and mineral collection.  We hope you'll be able to join us.

If you look to your left, you'll also notice a new section titled "Trail Etiquette".  Since SUV commercials very often show their SUV's off road, we're seeing more inexperienced off roaders.  Sadly, many of these new SUV owners still can't figure out how a 4-way stop in town  is supposed to work, so I pieced together a short list of trail etiquette most here will already know.  I'm sure I missed a few, so send me an email if you think of anything to add.

The  Historic Maps section has been expanded  to include a new selection of maps covering Inyo County, California.  Additionally, Delamar and Groom Lake have been added to the Lincoln County, Nevada map directories.

November 12, 2015
If someone has a site complaint, I encourage you to tell me about it.  Accuracy is important to me and, while I get more than my fair share of "You got that wrong" complaints, most complaints are that I give out coordinates.  Even those complaints telling me I got something wrong usually just tell me and offer no corrections.  How am I supposed to learn if you don't offer corrections?

My most recent complaint is a new one to me.  L.D.'s complaint is about last weeks update.  I was going to post the entire complaint rather than paraphrase, but the spell checker had my laptop overheating. 

L.D. took issue with my posting historic maps and says, "If your gonna post maps at least post up some new ones we can use. Nobody comes here for a history lesson.".

I actually found it quite the opposite that most do come here for the history lessons.  Sadly, I probably disappoint most of them, too because I present this site based on my exploration observations and know very little about the history.

I'm feeling a little fussy.  So, here's what I've done for you, L.D.  I added more historic maps.  Huge updates to the Nye and Lincoln County directories. 

November 5, 2015
I know I already updated the site earlier this morning, but I wanted to announce a couple things and didn't want to risk them getting lost in the clutter of the larger previous update. 

First, we have a date solidified for our next field trip event.  Saturday.  December 19, 2015.  This trip will probably be to North Ivanpah, but we'll have to scout the trail conditions. Wherever we go will be a day trip, so just make sure you clear your calendar that day if you want to join us. 

In the heading above and navigation bar, you'll notice a new "OW" button.  It doesn't mean we are huge Oprah Winfrey fans. In military terms, an OverWatch is a small unit or vehicle working in support and cover of another unit or vehicle.  We've been serving friends in this capacity for many years.  This is just a way to make it a little easier to let someone know where you'll be and when you expect to return. 

In the event an injury or disabled vehicle makes you miss your return time, someone will know where to start looking.   This could potentially save a life and, at the least, decrease your length of discomfort. If we know you, feel free to bookmark the link and send it on your way from your phone.

November 5, 2015
The forum appears to be down again.  That's a screen I haven't seen before and again appears to be a server side issue .  I knew forums would no longer be supported, but I was hoping for some warning so those regularly using it would have some time for proper good-byes.  I think that may be it and we have no replacement or backup forum in place.  Adding a new forum would require additional effort and considerable expense. 

While I will miss the conversations, debates and banter, since there were less than 50 members, maybe 10 active users, and maybe 5 daily users,  I don't feel an urgency to get a new project started.  I think we've all met some great people through the forum.  Although the convenience of the forum will be gone, we'll still be able to enjoy each others company with our field trips.  If anyone has any smaller and/or short notice trips planned and would like company, feel free to email me the details and I'll post it top of this main page. 

This weeks update is to our Historic Maps section.  Thank you so much to the University of Nevada, Reno and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for access to their library and research collections. 

It's been a while since I've looked in that section and was embarrassed that we call ourselves "VegasUnderworld", but that section only had two local maps.  Las Vegas and Goodsprings.  The rest were well out of town and beyond day trips.  The collection now totals 34 maps within Clark County alone. 

Within the update, there are now two Las Vegas maps from 1907 and 1952.  There isn't much at all to Las Vegas in the 1907 map.  Back then, it was still just a mining and railway town.  I found the 1952 map much more interesting.  That's when you can start to visualize what Las Vegas was about to become.

Most land west and south of McCarren was still empty desert.  Summerlin, Enterprise, and Silverado Ranch weren't even imagined yet.  Considering Las Vegas' history, there could be a body buried right under your home.

There's also a separate map of Henderson in the update, but between Sunrise Mountain to the north and Black Mountain to the south, there's nothing but mining operations.  A completed I-215 was still four decades away.

Just north of the Hilton and Las Vegas Convention Center there was the Las Vegas Race Track (horse).  It's now the Las Vegas Country Club golf course.   The Fashion Show Mall on the Strip used to be a drive-in theater.  Excalibur Hotel took the place of a lone radio tower. 

McCarren International Airport and Nellis Air Force Base are already there as are some recognizable streets like; Charleston, Sunset, Russell and Warm Springs.   A completed I-15 that parallels the Las Vegas Strip was still a decade away.  At that time, Las Vegas Blvd. was still called "Fifth Street". 

The maps were intentionally left large to retain all the detail and are not intended for mobile use. 

October 29, 2015
New images have been added to the Pilgrim Mine gallery in the Goodsprings, Nevada directory.  We've been to this mine a few times getting deeper each time.  Our last visit here was to match the site to the most recent map survey of the mine which confirmed what we discovered previously.  It's a deep mine, but was mostly featureless. 

Happy Halloween, everyone.  Be safe!

October 22, 2015
New images have been added to the Noonday Mine in the Tecopa, California directory.  It's been a while since we've been there, but someone sent me an angry email and I wanted to update the description and gallery.  It was one of the more common complaints that I got a name wrong.

I can only go by the official record.  Some people act like I'm making these names up as I go.  Sometimes, I wish I could.   For instance, the first mine we found with a bat cap was very impressive to us.  We've never seen one before, so naturally, we assumed the gate was to contain a dragon.  Since we didn't know the name, we named it "Dragon Gate Mine".  We have since learned that the official recorded name is "Prairie Flower Mine Site 1".  What a disappointment.
October 15, 2015
Our latest field trip to South Ivanpah was this past Sunday.  Because most of the mines in Ivanpah are sealed, this trip was mostly of the area mining camps which are in surprisingly great shape.  Even the old abandoned vehicles were mostly free of bullet holes.  As with all of our trips, it was the socializing we enjoyed the most.  Thanks to all who joined us and made this event another great success.

October 8, 2015
Last announcement before our field trip on Sunday the 1tth

The weather is cooling off nicely and we can hopefully scratch a few locations off of our winter to-do list.  Bill Nye Mine is a nice introduction to rebuild some cardio most of us lost sitting out the summer.  The hike to the mine is mostly uphill, but there aren't any extreme elevation changes.  There is plenty to see until you get to the mine.  When you get there, you'll find it's now sealed, but at least the hike was enjoyable.

October 1, 2015
Happy October, everyone.  Don't forget we have a field trip scheduled on the 11th.  Details can be found here.  We hope to see you then.

New images have been added to the Ingomar Mine gallery in the Goodsprings, Nevada directory.  It's getting late in the year and I'm running out of things to say, so just go look at the pictures.

September 24, 2015
New images have been added to the Sultan Mine gallery in the Goodsprings, Nevada directory.  This is one of the mines we revisit several times a year and never grow tired of seeing.  It's one of the mines we like to show others when we want to display many features in a short tour.  There is plenty to see from the main adit level, but it has little depth.  The real depth of this mine is vertical with views of ladders headed several hundred feet up and down.

September 17, 2015
New images have been added to the Singer Mine gallery in the Goodsprings, Nevada directory.  We had no specific goals when revisiting this mine, but since we were recently at the nearby Tiffin Mine, it made sense to cross it off our revisit list.  Be aware, this area is known to have a dense population of snakes.  Outside,  there is corrugated sheeting and lumber laying about that make great sunning spots early morning and sunset.  Just inside the main portal is perfect for snakes to escape the days heat. Entering the main portal at Singer Mine requires you to slide in head first on your belly or feet first on your back.  Either way, you're going in mostly blind. 

September 10, 2015
Thanks to all who attended the short notice  Labor Day Weekend field tripWe couldn't have picked a better night with more perfect weather.  The only thing that could have made the night better was some camping chairs and a full cooler.  We'll have to remember that for the next night trip which may be soon.

September 3, 2015
My apologies for the very short notice, but we've recently scheduled a night field trip event this coming Labor Day weekend.  This will be an above ground trip and is family safe.  Some minerals react to UV lighting, so we'll begin the trip with some mineral collecting.  From there, it'll be a 10.5 mile trail back to pavement.  Please, post it up in the forum or email me if you plan on attending.  Hope to see you all soon!
August 27, 2015
New images have been added to the Tiffin Mine gallery in the Goodsprings, NV directory.   This mine is remarkably deceptive in its depth.  From the surface, I originally assumed this would be a small prospect, but was surprised that we were underground for at least a couple hours.  Horizontally, the adits forked in all directions following obvious faults.  Vertically, there were two levels down and three up. 

August 13, 2015
New images have been added to the Chiquita Mine gallery in the Goodsprings, Nevada directory.  There was/is a company selling stock based on the premise that some nearby mines would be reopened.  We return annually to check their progress and have yet to view any changes to the mines.  This mine falls outside of the boundary of the stock selling company, but we were in the area and updated our review of the mine.

We are contacted a few times a year by people asking our opinion of purchasing stock in local mining ventures.  There has been an increase of these contacts the past week and a half.  There does seem to be a resurgence of mining company stock sales for this area.  If you've been contacted to purchase stock in and around the area, feel free to contact me for research data and opinions.

Nearby, we found an expensive piece of electronic equipment.   If you think you might be the owner, contact me with a description, make, and model number.

August 6, 2015
New images have been added to the Green Monster Mine in the Goodsprings, Nevada directory.  It's been a while since we've revisited the Green Monster Mine.  We knew this mine was sealed in early 2013, but returned to see if anything was changed.  The trail is eroded, but otherwise, it looks as sad as it did soon after the closure.

July 29, 2015
Ok, I should probably confess something.  Some of you already know.  I'm not feeling well and haven't been for a while.  I'm having some concentration issues that are making it impossible for me to sit in front of a computer long enough to complete a site update.  We're working on a possible fix and I'll hopefully be well enough to become more involved again. 

In the meantime, I do have some good news.  We'll be resuming our group  Field Trips beginning Sunday, October 11, 2015.  Our Ivanpah trip in May was cancelled and never rescheduled, so I think we'll start there.  Most of you already have Sundays off from work.  Hopefully, that will give the rest of you enough time to request the day off. 

July 16, 2015
Sorry about the weak weekly update. We did get to the mountains this week, but it's way too hot to hike and climb, so we mostly enjoyed the trails and limited our time outside.  Still, we managed to add some nice specimens to our mineral collection.  Everything you see in the mineral gallery has and can be found locally.  Most within an hours drive of Vegas.

New images have been added to the Local Minerals directory.

July 9, 2015
New images have been added to the Allured Mine gallery in the Ivanpah, CA directory.  Most mines within the Mojave National Preserve have been made safe.  Because this is one of the few remaining open, curiosity got the best of us.  Save your energy and possibly your life.  There's nothing worth seeing at the bottom.

July 2, 2015
Rocky Gap Trail has been added to the new Misc Locations and Trails section.  I know most probably found this site searching for something mining related.  That sense of discovery and adventure is what prompted us to start this site.  There are probably some days when you want to enjoy the scenery, but find it more enjoyable from an air conditioned vehicle.  You'll find beautiful scenery along this trail and the shade and elevation make short hikes tolerable.

June 25, 2015
New images have been added to the Contact Mine gallery in the Goodsprings, Nevada directory.  There isn't anything remarkable about this mine.  I haven't given it much thought until a recent exchange of emails with someone reminded me of a similar unexplained experience.

June 18, 2015
The Bitter Spring Trail has been added to the Misc Locations and Trails directory.  Since we are already in triple digits, this trail may be one you want to delay until the cooler months.  The trail is fairly simple, but it's slow speed and in first gear almost the entire 25 mile length increasing your chances of vehicle overheating and failure.  Maybe when it cools, we can plan a group trail run.

June 11, 2015
New images have been added to the Esperanza Mine gallery in the Ivanpah, California directory.  We returned to Ivanpah looking for specific minerals identified in last weeks new "Local Minerals" section.  Specifically, we were hoping to find some gem stones of better quality and quantity, but were unable to locate anything of interest.  We've been terrible with cataloging minerals, but now that we know what's out there, we'll try to be more accurate.

June 4, 2015
A new Local Minerals section has been added to the site.  The purpose of this section is to help identify minerals that have been found locally.  I'm not a mineral expert or even an advanced novice.  Honestly, my knowledge of minerals is elementary at best.  People with a much greater vocabulary and understanding of minerals have made the identifications.  Hopefully, some of you with find this section useful.

May 28, 2015
New images have been added to the Addison Mine gallery in the Goodsprings, Nevada directory.  Someone has been to the mines north of Sandy Valley attempting to torch their way through the bat gates. Whoever is doing that is wasting their time.  The best features of these mines are already in our galleries.  There's really nothing more to see. Also, if people keep breaking through and around these gates, someone may make a decision that collapsing these mines is a better and cheaper way to secure them.

May 21, 2015
New images have been added to the Carnation Mine gallery in the Nelson, Nevada directory.  This mine becomes less safe each time we visit.  Because of the soft host material, seismic activity, and mine design, this mine is prone to shifting and collapse is imminent.  Mine exploration is inherently dangerous.  This mine more so than others.

May 14, 2015
New Images have been added to the Jubilee Mine gallery in the Nelson, Nevada directory.  I don't know what is wrong in some people's heads that have to spray paint everything.  We came across a couple teens here shaking spray paint cans.  We were parked well before they saw us and when they did, they both put their cans into a milk crate and pretended to be admiring the mine.  We just sat there waiting and watching until they figured out we weren't leaving, so they left.  They probably found another site to paint that day, but it wasn't that one.

May 8, 2015
Sorry about missing yesterdays update.  I don't even have a good excuse for missing it.  I just forgot. 
April 30, 2015
New images have been added to the Ninety Nine Mine gallery in the Goodsprings, Nevada directory.  We return to this mine at least once a year to view trail and cabin conditions and to locate a spring in the area.  Each year, conditions deteriorate. The Ninety Nine Mine cabin is of significant historical value. I don't know what goes on in some peoples head where they see something and just have to shoot at it. 

April 23, 2015
New images have been added to the Azurite Mine gallery in the Goodsprings, Nevada directory.  Last weeks Hidden Object Game may have led to an important, but unintentional  animal rediscovery and prompted us to return to this mine.  We found no unfamiliar animals within the mine, but unintentionally captured another image that may support the sightings of others.  

April 16, 2015
Sorry about the late update today.  Today's update is more of a confession than an update.  I've been adding hidden objects into site images for a while now and have added a new Hidden Object Game section for those interested.  Good luck finding them all.

April 9, 2015
New images have been added to the Pilgrim Mine gallery in the Goodsprings, Nevada directory.  This is a very deep and steep incline shaft dug into the valley floor.  Even though the shaft is mostly an incline, whenever possible, we set rope to assist and for safety purposes.  From the surface, there doesn't seem to be much to this mine, but it took us 688 feet of rope to reach the lowest level. 

April 2, 2015
We recently received a report that the Mountain Top Mine has been reopened.  This mine was sealed years ago and one we have not had the opportunity to explore.  We suspected the report was inaccurate because the trail description didn't match our recollection.  Sadly, we were correct.  Mountain Top Mine is still just as sealed as we remembered it to be.  The mine they believed to be Mountain Top was actually Lookout Mine

If you are in the area of this mine, be mindful of rattle snakes which we've seen around and just inside this mine portal. Unless they move, they are often difficult to see.

March 26, 2015
A new Miscellaneous Location section has been added to the site.  Mining will always be at the core of this site, but as the site evolves, the plan is to expand it to include other outdoor activities and locations.

The first entry to this new section is Wheeler's Pass which is a roughly 20 mile trail between Pahrump, NV and Cold Creek,NV.  This is a mostly uncomplicated trail abundant with wildlife and with a peak elevation of over 7500 feet, a great escape when temperatures rise.  


March 19, 2015
I'm still not well enough to get into the mines, so this weeks update will be pulled from our many pictures we keep in reserve for times just like this. 

Just last month, we held our field trip to Tecopa, CA which concluded with a tour of the War Eagle Mine.  For safety reasons, we only explored the main adit level.  This weeks update will give everyone just a small example of what was below.

We'd like to return later this year to tour lower levels with a more advanced skill and fitness group.  This idea hasn't gone beyond a thought, so no date has been set.

March 12, 2015
Since this site began years ago, this is the first time I'll be missing the weekly update. I'm not feeling well and my concentration levels are off.  My apologies and  I hope you'll return for next weeks update.  In the meantime, there is probably plenty of content within the site you haven't yet seen or you can entertain yourself in the site forum
March 5, 2015
New images have been added to the Field Trip Section from our February 28, 2015 group trip.  Thanks to all who gave so much of their time and effort for this event.  Without all in attendance, we would not have reached that level of knowledge and entertainment that made this another successful outing.

February 26, 2015
New images have been added to the Umberci Mine in the Ivanpah, California directory.  I've mentioned the declining trail conditions to Ivanpah over the past few weeks.  Umberci Mine isn't far from Primm and just off the power line road, so conditions to this point are easy enough for any high clearance vehicle, but the deepest portions of this mine have been sealed.

There are alternate routes to the northern mines of Ivanpah.  South from Cima Rd. and North from Sandy Valley.  It's been over a year since we've attempted either trail, so trail conditions may be just as bad as the approach from Primm. 

February 19, 2015
New images have been added to the Lizzie Bullock Mine in the Ivanpah, California directory.  As mentioned in a recent update, the trails leading to the mines in Northern Ivanpah are severely weathered.  If given enough time, weathered trails often settle and repair themselves.  We'll return to this area in a few months and will hopefully report better trail conditions.  As of this writing, high clearance vehicles are required to reach these mines and should only be attempted  if you can accept some vehicle paint and possibly body damage. 

February 12, 2015
New images have been added to the  New Trail Mine gallery in the Ivanpah, California directory.  Getting to this mine takes great effort because of trail conditions.   All but one portal to this mine has been made safe with bat gates.  Temptation to reach that one open portal will likely be greater because of the efforts to reach this mine. The approach to that single open portal is not safe and there is nothing inside worth the considerable risk to reach the portal.

February 5, 2015
New images have been added to the Taylor Mine gallery in the Ivanpah, California directory.  We returned to this area scouting a possible route for the field trip scheduled on the 28th of this month.  We knew the trail conditions have deteriorated over the years, but because of risk of damage to stock vehicles, we were forced to remove this area as a trip option.

Washes have cut through some trails several feet deep.  Some trails have become washes exposing bedrock and boulders.  Approach should be viewed as impassable by most stock vehicles without risk of getting stuck, or vehicle damage.  Alternate routes risk paint damage.

January 29, 2015  
A new Field Trips section has been added to the site.  Access to this area is through the navigation bar to your left.  Currently, there are only two trips listed, but there are already two more trips being organized so, more will be coming soon.

First entry to this section is our very first group field trip from last months tour of Goodsprings, Nevada held on December 13, 2014.  Some of you I've met previously.  It was good to see you all again and great to meet the rest. 

Second entry into this new section is the tour of Tecopa, California organized and hosted by Joe on January 24, 2015.  I wasn't able to attend this trip, but Charley took enough pictures so we could all feel like we were there.  There is still plenty of Tecopa to see, so I'm certain it will be a future group trip destination.

January 22, 2015  
New images have been added to the Billy Boy Mine gallery in the Ivanpah, California directory.  Like most mines within the Mojave Preserve, this mine has been made safe with bat gates.  There is no way to enter this mine, but there are still plenty of relics at the surface to enjoy.  Now through the early spring is a great time to visit the Mojave Preserve.  It's unbearable in the summer for people and vehicles.  

January 15, 2015  
Some of you may already know that there are times when the weekly updates do not match where we were that week.  In most instances, what you see is where we were, but we often keep pictures in reserve in the event we can't get out for whatever reason. 

A new section of Historic Pictures has been added to the site.  A navigation button has been added to the directory to your left.  Because these images are over 100 years old, the picture quality may not be consistent. Some images are blurry and lighting may be off which is common for the era, but I find the content to be far more interesting than anything we've presented here.  

The idea for this section was to expand the site as a resource, but also to help relieve some of the stress of maintaining a weekly update.  In the years since this site has been running, we have never missed a weekly update.  It's sometimes difficult to keep up the pace.  

January 8, 2015 
New images have been added to the Solar Mine gallery in the Nelson, Nevada directory.  This valley was heavily prospected, but did not appear to be in production.  Since there are still a few active gold mines in the area it's possible and even likely there is more to be found.  This is one of the areas we've collected samples for panning and have found some nice pyrite, most often known as "fools gold".  The presence of fools gold should be encouraging when prospecting since gold is often found among pyrite.  

January 1, 2015 
Happy New Year, everyone!  I hope everyone made it to 2015 safely.  I know it's said every year, but this year sure went quickly.  It doesn't seem too long ago I was complaining about the summer triple digits and here I am feeling that winter ache in my joints.  I've already copied the 2014 updates to the archives.  As we progress through this year, I'll remove what is left of 2014 from the front page as it is replaced with new accounts of 2015.

New images have been added to the Lucy Gray Mine gallery in the Nipton, California directory.  Someone heard on a forum somewhere that someone intentionally set fire to the Lucy Gray Mine cabin recently. I am happy to report that those rumors are completely false.  What is left gets picked through a little more each year, but it's still standing with plenty to see.  Getting there is more difficult.  Best to bring more than one vehicle when you visit.

Previous updates have been added to the Archives.
The trails to these mines are unpaved and not maintained.  Many require technical driving skills and  custom off road vehicle parts. High clearance,  four wheel drive vehicles with off road tires are recommended and, in some cases, necessary. 

Please, use the land safely and responsibly. Enjoy the pictures, but STAY OUT of the mines.In some instances, permission from the land or claim owner was obtained or contracted prior to entering a secured area. Some interior mine images were captured prior to safety barrier installation. Do not alter mine safety devices and/or barriers.

Mining sites are inherently dangerous, and historical mining sites can be very hazardous to one's health and well being. You should not enter or approach a mine without proper training or rock climbing safety equipment. 

Every attempt is made to provide accurate information, but occasionally depictions are inaccurate by error of mapping, navigation or cataloging. Images presented are unedited with the exception of size for site speed and the occasional paranormal apparition I edit in to mess with the ghostbusters. The information on this site is provided without any warranty, express or implied, and is for informational and historical purposes only.
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