Canada-Abandoned

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The Buffalo Mine is an abandoned silver mine located in Cobalt, Ontario, Canada.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Tailings of the Cobalt Area
  2. ^ Pain, S.A. (1960). Three Miles of Gold: The Story of Kirkland Lake. Toronto: The Ryerson Press. p. 43.

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Coordinates: 47°23′42″N 79°41′39″W / 47.3950°N 79.6942°W / 47.3950; -79.6942


The Coniagas Mine is an abandoned silver mine in Cobalt, Ontario, Canada, located on the western side of Cobalt Lake. The mine was discovered in late 1903 by William Tretheway.The claim was sold to R. W. Leonard of St. Catherines Ontario and placed into production in 1904. The mine and the associated Coniagas Reduction Works of St Catherines operated until 1924 when known reserves were exhausted. The Coniagas Group was noted in mining circles being involved in the establishment of the Coniaurum Mine in Timmins and the Sturgeon River Mine in Geraldton Ontario.[1]

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Coordinates: 47°23′55″N 79°41′20″W / 47.39861°N 79.68889°W / 47.39861; -79.68889

Nova Scotia Mine
Location
Nova Scotia Mine is located in Ontario
Nova Scotia Mine
Nova Scotia Mine
Nova Scotia Mine is located in Canada
Nova Scotia Mine
Nova Scotia Mine
ProvinceOntario
CountryCanada
Coordinates47°23′13″N 79°39′42″W / 47.38694°N 79.66167°W / 47.38694; -79.66167Coordinates: 47°23′13″N 79°39′42″W / 47.38694°N 79.66167°W / 47.38694; -79.66167
Production
ProductsSilver
History
Discovered1904
Closed1957

The Nova Scotia Mine is an abandoned silver mine in Cobalt, Ontario, Canada, located on the east shore of Peterson Lake.[1]

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