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The mine was located on the Carrick Range, on an eastern tributary of Long Gully known as Shingle Gully. This lode outsrops on the flat spur at the head of Shingly Gully at an altitude of 820m above M.S.L. Dunedin.
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These details were obtained from : New Zealand Geological Survey, Bulletin No 5 (new series), The Geology of he Cromwell Subdivision, Western Otago Division. Strike - 75 degrees Dip - 90 degrees Open cut length - 2.4m Depth 1.5m Ore width 0.15m
It appears that maybe in August, a miner by the name of Jacob Johnson discovered an outsrop of antimony on a flat spur at the head of Shingly Gully, on Antimony Saddle head of Pipeclay Gully, Carrick Range. It is unclear what prospecting or mining was done in this area at the time. Small veins of antimony were also discovered on the western slope of Mt Difficulty.
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