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Goldchaser1
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From: Kalgoorlie, WA
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22 December 2020 03:31 pm

Found this 4-5 years ago,interesting spot.....

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Goldtalk Leonora
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22 December 2020 04:59 pm

top find....there would be a big old fire place somewhere I would guess....used to burn off sulphides....tellurides in the mile.

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Dewalt
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22 December 2020 06:50 pm

Very interesting, thanks for the vid smile

Subbed for your videos, going through them now smile

Last edited by Dewalt (22 December 2020 06:53 pm)


The detecting is not over till the batteries are flat smile

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goldtrapper
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22 December 2020 09:07 pm

Thanks, I'm dizzy after watching that! tongue

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Goldchaser1
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From: Kalgoorlie, WA
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23 December 2020 09:40 am

Goldtalk Leonora wrote:

top find....there would be a big old fire place somewhere I would guess....used to burn off sulphides....tellurides in the mile.

I think the charcoals washed away over the years tony,i haven’t noticed any obvious spots where a fire was,id like to know the rough age of it,i cant put a number on it,gotta be between 1930-60’s and no later i think?
Thanks fellas its another insight into the seedy side of mining.
Goldtrapper i don’t think i’ll ever make the cut as a hollywood director sadly big_smile

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