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Bracken (Closed) gold mine



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Report summary

Although the smallest of the Evander mines, Bracken was once the richest mine in the area. The mine is now closed. Kimberley Reef is mined. No possibility of secondary reef mining exists; the Kimberley is the only reef mined in the area. A coal seam exists above the lease area but is unlikely to be mined. Faulting has been responsible for much of the lease area being denuded of reef. Mining commenced in the rich area around the No.1 shaft and spread northwards into an area of very low...

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