Mason Nevada - Part 3 "Bluestone Mine Adventure"

Mason Nevada - Part 3 "Bluestone Mine Adventure"

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When you hike around these hills you will see eroded sandstone rock formations, deep canyons, dump piles so massive that you can say beyond a doubt that many miles of tunnels reside under the Bluestone Mill site or ghost town for that matter. Will take you on a journey nearly at the top of the Singatse Mountains where we will show you cityscapes of the town below and the entire Yerington Mining District. Their is a pile of bricks also we locate and climb around on probably remnants of the smokestack for the smelter. Their is a few dump piles even a wood tailing many of the mines here connected underground. Mining begin in the 1860's really was not in full force till Captain Delamar purchased some claims in these very hills which led to a copper boom. This was a sophisticated operation their was a 6000' tram that had electrical locomotives that carried ore buckets which then dumped the ore into these bins that would be loaded onto train cars. Easily in an hour a 100 tons of ore could exported where once it made its way to the trains could be smelted up at Thompson a few miles to the north. Near the end of this video ill take you in the Bluestone Mine sadly after a couple hundred feet and over a dump pile of rocks we reach a dead end in a chamber full of beer bottles. This mine use to be three levels in depth reaching deep underground to depths of 600 below. Ill also take you to some new areas of the Blue Stone Mill that you did not see in the first clip and in the distance you can see the vault as well as transformer building for the tram system.

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