No. 4 Shaft Hoist – Star Morning Mine, Deepest Lead-Zinc Mine In The World Original Vintage Postcard

  • Categories: US State & Town Views,Idaho,Burke
  • Type: Continental Chrome
  • Size: 4.25″ x 6″ (11 x 15.25 cm)
  • Publisher: Ross Hall Scenics

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Original Vintage Postcard: No 4 Shaft Hoist – Star Morning Mine, Deepest Lead-Zinc Mine In The World
This 2500 HP, Direct Current, Double Drum Hoist, is located 2 miles underground at Burke, 6 miles northeast of Wallace, Idaho Manufactured in Scotland, this huge machine is intended to lift 9-ton payloads at 2,034 ft per minute for a distance of 7,150 ft It currently is hoisting ore 5900 ft from the 7500 ft level deepest singel shaft in the nation where the rock temp is 112 Hecla Mining Company operates this 1,000 ton-per-day mine in the Coeur d’Alene Mining District

Type: Continental Chrome
Unused
Published by Ross Hall Scenics
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No. 4 Shaft Hoist – Star Morning Mine, Deepest Lead-Zinc Mine In The World Original Vintage Postcard

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