Abandoned Mines

Sault Ste. Marie to Elliot Lake (Algoma) - North-Eastern Ontario Canada

Disclaimer

Thank you for visiting this website. Please note that all photos on this site are for hobbyist viewing only.  Should you decide to visit any of these locations, you are doing so at your own risk.  For any reason that you would injure yourself or have a fatality at any one of these potentially hazardous sites, I am not and will not be held liable.  All photos on this site are the property of Dan Kachur and acknowledged contributors and cannot be posted elsewhere on the Internet without our permission. 

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Algoma Galena Mine 
Algoma Galena
Algomont 
Algomont
Bilton Mine 
Bilton
Bi-Ore Mine 
Bi-Ore 'Updates'
Breton Trench 
Breton
Bruce Mine 
Bruce
Cheney Mine
Cheney
CopperCorp Mine
Copper-Corp
Fraser Mine
Fraser
Glagoma Mine
Glagoma
Havilah Mine
Havilah
Indian Lake Mine
Indian Lake
Kristina Mine
Kristina (New)
LacNor Mine
LacNor (NEW)
Milliken Mine
Milliken (NEW)
Nordic Mine
Nordic 
Sill Lake Mine
Prace (Sill Lake)  
Quirke 1 Mine
Quirke 1  
Ranwick Mine
Ranwick 
Ranwick Mine
Ranwick (2009) 
Stanrock Mine
Stanrock 
Stuart Lake
Stuart Lake 
Tribag Mine
Tribag
Tribag Mine
Tribag (2009) 

 

Austin Mine 
Austin
Bellevue Quarry 
Bellevue
Blue Sky Mine
Blue Sky
Breitung Mine
Breitung
Camray Mine
Camray
Caputo Mine
Caputo
cannon mine
Cannon
Cannon Mine
Cannon (2003)
Gould Mine
Gould
Gros Cap Mine
Gros Cap
Jardun Mine
Jardun
Jardun West Adit
Jarudn West
Leeburn Mine
Leeburn
Little White Mine
Little White
Pater Mine
Pater 
Point aux mines
Point Aux Mines   
Quirke 2 Mine
Quirke 2 
Ranson Mine
Ranson 
Rock Lake Mine
Rock Lake 
Stanleigh Mine
Stanleigh 
Tarbutt Mine
Tarbutt 
Taylor Mine
Taylor 
Wakomata West
Wakomata West 
White River Lead mine
White River

About the Website Author

Dan Kachur

As a former employee for both Rio Algom Mines and Denison Mines, Dan Kachur is experienced in underground operations and is 'Common-Core' certified.


 

"Over the years, my colleagues and I have spent a tremendous amount of time in the back-country of North-Eastern Ontario.  We have had the opportunity to explore many areas and accumulate a significant amount of knowledge in the history of mining in our region."  

 

"As an advocate for back-country exploring, I have had the opportunity to be an advisor to: Provincial and Federal government departments, Ontario and Michigan universities (faculty and researchers), film production companies, junior mining companies, prospectors, students working on thesis', heirs to estate stocks, non-profit organizations and outdoor enthusiasts looking to explore the region."

 

Dan