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The Dickies Nos 3 And 4 Mine is an abandoned underground antimony, gold and silver mine. It was also known as the Airstrip Lodes Mine.1
The Dickies Nos 3 And 4 Mine is a mine in north Queensland, Australia situated about 1650km northwest of Brisbane (show me). The Dickies Nos 3 And 4 Mine is at an altitude of approximately 175m.
The Dickies Nos 3 And 4 Mine was a antimony, gold and silver mine. Do you know what else was being mined at the Dickies Nos 3 And 4 Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of Hope Vale which is 170km away with a population of around 750 (show me a map with Dickies Nos 3 And 4 Mine and Hope Vale).
The nearest sealed road to Dickies Nos 3 And 4 Mine is the Peninsula Developmental Road (55.7km away).
1Culpeper, L.g. & Burrows, P.e., 1992. Mineral Occurrences - Hann River 1:250 000 Sheet Area, Cape York Peninsula, Queensland. Queensland Resource Industries Record, Department Of Resource Industries, Queensland
Bonzle users have contributed the following notes about Dickies Nos 3 And 4 Mine:
|contributed by Mines on 25-Oct-2009|
The shear worked is about 1.5 m wide. Blady stibnite and vughy quartz occur in the lode. The shafts at the two mines are about 84 m apart. A drive, at dickies no.3 shaft, was put in 4.6 m to the west at the 6.1 m level.