Mining Methods and Practices at Lake Shore

CIM Bulletin1936
THE Lake Shore mine has been developed by two vertical shafts, with level intervals at 200 feet to the 2200 level and at 125 feet below this horizon. A main cross-cut joins the two shafts on all levels to the bottom of No. 3 shaft, and opening into these cross-cuts are the ore passes and sand passes, which are completed from surface to the 4450 level.
Keywords: caisson, Lake Shore, rill, spruce, stope, Chutes, mining, Ore, Ores, Raises, Shafts, stope, Veins
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