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The Torrensford Mine is a gravel and sand mine. It is also known as the Malthauses Mine.1
The Torrensford Mine is located just off the Sudholz Road in southeast South Australia a distance of 9km northeast from Adelaide (show me). The Torrensford Mine is about 61m above sea level.
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Torrensford Mine is on the River Torrens.
The nearest populated place is the metropolis of Adelaide which is 8.8km away with a population of about 1 million (show me a map with Torrensford Mine and Adelaide).
The nearest sealed road to Torrensford Mine is the Sudholz Road (325m away).
1R.w. & J.a.g., 1980. Mineral Occurrences And Mining Activity - Adelaide 1:50 000 Sheet Area (6628-Iii) - Historical Records. South Australia Department Of Mines And Energy.