Geology of the H. B. Mine

CIM Bulletin1960
THE H. B. Mine is situated on the north side of Sheep Creek valley, about six miles southeast of Salmo, B.C. It is the most northerly producer along a belt containing a number of zinc-lead deposits, including the Jersey mine of Canadian Exploration Limited, 3 miles to the south, and the Reeves MacDonald mine, 12 miles to the southwest. The important zinc-lead producing area around Metaline Falls, Washington, lies 23 miles to the south.
Keywords: breccia, dolomite, Reeves Limestone, syncline, thrust fault, dolomite, Fault, Faults, limestone, Mine, Mines, Ore, Orebodies, Ores
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