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Posts by wharryburn

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Topic: Jerah Copper Mine (mine)
wharryburn

Forum: Scotland   Posted: 21/09/2020 17:23:11   Subject: Jerah Copper Mine (mine)
I'm doing a write-up on this mine, it's hoped to include something about it in a 2021 update to the 1975 'Mines & Minerals of the Ochils'. It was actually called Loss Mine, identified 1717 and worked
Topic: Airthrey Hill Copper Mine (photo)
wharryburn

Forum: Scotland   Posted: 07/02/2020 17:48:38   Subject: Airthrey Hill Copper Mine (photo)
Much confusion between this wee mine in the pictures known as Airthrey Silver Mine and the much larger Airthrey Hill Mine a few km west at Bridge of Allan. Both were on land owned by Haldane of Airthr
Topic: Hilderston Silver Mine
wharryburn

Forum: Scotland   Posted: 30/05/2009 22:44:03   Subject: Hilderston Silver Mine
Spam, you've got me troubled. I looked for Hilderston Mine but only found some gangue material in the burn. You sound like there's more to be seen than that so either I missed it or was at the wrong l
Topic: Blairlogie Copper Mine
wharryburn

Forum: Scotland   Posted: 30/05/2009 22:33:48   Subject: Blairlogie Copper Mine
Just for info Airthrey Hill mine now has a steel grid fastened across the entrance. But, it has an access door held in place by two nuts/bolts (look like 10mm) so all thats needed to get in is a coupl
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