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Woodcutters Lead Mine (Australia)


Woodcutters Mine is located 80km south of Darwin in the Northern Territory, Australia. Between 1985 and 1998, Normandy MIning operated the Woodcutters mine, exploiting a large lead-zinc deposit using open pit and underground mining techniques. In 1999 decommissioning of the mine commenced, including the relocation of all the tailings into the open pit.

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