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The Webbs Mine is an underground gravel and manganese mine.1
The Webbs Mine just off the Reg Hailstone Way in New South Wales is a mine about 220km west of Sydney (show me). The Webbs Mine is at an elevation of approximately 546m above sea level.
The Webbs Mine is a gravel and manganese mine. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Webbs Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of Woodstock which is 2km away with a population of around 250 (show me a map with Webbs Mine and Woodstock).
The nearest sealed road to Webbs Mine is the Reg Hailstone Way (779m away).
1 Downes, P.m , 1997. Nsw Metallic Mineral Occurrence Database. Nsw Department Of Mineral Resources