Geology of the Bralorne and Pioneer Mines

CIM Bulletin1938
THE gold deposits of the Pioneer and Bralorne mines, in the Bridge River district of British Columbia, are closely associated with a long, narrow intrusive body of extremely variable composition, outcropping on the northeast side of Cadwallader creek and lying almost entirely within the property boundaries of the two companies. Other masses of the same type of intrusive rock are found in the district, more or less along the line of the main axis of the Pioneer-Bralorne intrusive, and have associated with them variable amounts of gold-quartz mineralization
Keywords: augite, Bralorne Mine, diorite, greenstones, quartz, Fault, Faults, Gold, North, quartz, Rock, Rocks, Serpentine, Veins
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