Geological Structure Disclosed in the Keeley Mine

CIM Bulletin1931
SITUATED in the district of South Lorrain, some 16 miles southeast of Cobalt, Ontario, and reached from that centre either by branch line of the T. & N. O. railway or by what, for a mining camp, is a reasonably good road, the Keeley mine, owned by the Keeley Silver Mines,' Ltd., bas had its history recorded by C. W. Knight
Keywords: Fault, Faults, isometric projection, lamprophyre, Nipissing-diabase sill., strike and dip, Mine, Mines, Ore, Ores, Structure, Veins
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