Location #304 - Antimony Mine. The Carrick Range, Upper Pipeclay Creek near the source of a branch of Pipeclay Creek (maybe the upper southern branch) in he rill of the Creek Bed. This branch of Pipeclay Creek, also known as Prydes Creek is at an elevation of 915m above sea level.
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|1||Antimony Mine - Pryde's Lode||Details|
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|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|3102||Description.||- strike - south south east - dip - 45 degrees west - open cut length - 12m - depth - 1.8 to 2.4 m - ore width - approx 0.15 at south end and 0.5m at north end - max thickness - approx 0.6m|
|3103||Mineralisation.||Infilling of tracks of the crush zones, stibnite (antimony), cervantite (yellow oxide), quartz, traces of silver and gold. Note : These details were obtained from : New Zealand Geological Survey, Geological Reports of Geological Explorations 1882 - 1883. By Alexander McKay (government geologist).|
|3104||2003||Location||The area of this lode is now covered with scrub, and its exact location would be difficult to find. (2003)|
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