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During the Gold rush of 1864, Four reefs were worked on the Good Hope Spur.
These reefs were the best performing mines in the Crooked River Goldfields.
The Good Hope Consolidated Mining company was responsible for the development of the gold mining operation.
In 1865 they erected a 12 head battery stamper to crush rock and extract gold from the 4 adits.
The stamper was powered by a portable 10hp steam engine and Cornish boiler.
The Good Hope mine was worked from 1865 to 1906 producing around 23,300oz of gold.
Its best years were from 1865 to 1870 when the mine yielded 20,000oz of gold.
A walking track will take you to all points of this cache.
Your starting point is the one of the Old Good Hope mine shafts (mine number 4).
Enter and proceed a short distance to 2 objects,
What you seek is on one of these objects.
A torch may be handy.
This tunnel goes on for 400m.
Proceed further at your own risk
Just before you get back onto the main track, checkout the haulway and remnants at
E 147 06.148
GPS readings for this cache varied greatly and the best we could achieve was 10m epe
The hint reflects this.
You are looking for a 200ml sistema container.
Enjoy this historic area.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:21:38 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:21 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum