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Location DB > United States > California > Mojave National Preserve > Standard Mine #2
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Standard Mine #2
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created by robk700 on 1/14/2010 8:19 PM
last modified by robk700 on 1/14/2010 8:48 PM
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Most of the primary mine shafts have been sealed and fenced off. But if you don't mind a little walking, you can find some open shafts nearby. There are at least 3 vehicles on the property and cold storage shack. Within walking distance is a desert cemetery. There are 5 graves, one of them being Riley.
 Basic Information
Type: Outdoors
Status: Abandoned
Accessibility: Easy
Recommendation: check it out if you're nearby
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Mojave National Preserve, California
United States
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  •  Hazards
  • rust
  • unsafe flooring
  • General mine hazards + broken glass
  •  Interesting Features
    Abandoned vehicles
    Mine Shafts
    Cold Storage shack
    Nearby Cemetary
     Security Measures
  • fences
  • barbed wire
  • razor wire
  • welded doors
  •  Historical Dates
    Built: 1906
    Closed: 0
     Required Equipment
     Recommended Equipment
    High clearance vehicle
     History
    Larry M. Vredenburgh: "The Sextette mine, also known as the Standard Number 2, consisted of eight claims. The mine, situated north of the Copper King, shares similar geology and was developed for copper. The claims were located by Richard Bayley Gill and W. M. Fee. They bonded the mine to the Johnnie Consolidated Gold Mining Company of Nevada. By January 1906 the Johnnie Company had sunk a 256 food deep shaft, as well as other shafts and tunnels, and installed a new hoist. They shipped a total of four rail car loads of high-grade (22%) copper ore in 1906, each 40-ton car load returned $1,105. But apparently the mine did not pay, for in August 1907 Gill and Fee bonded the mine to a new concern."
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    Thu, Jan 14th, 2010
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    This location's validation is current. It was last validated by Opheliaism on 1/14/2010 9:10 PM.

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  • on Jan 14 10 at 21:10, Opheliaism validated this location
  • on Jan 14 10 at 20:50, robk700 made this location public
  • on Jan 14 10 at 20:50, robk700 made this location available
  • on Jan 14 10 at 20:49, robk700 added some pictures to a gallery
  • on Jan 14 10 at 20:48, robk700 changed the following: Notes for Mods, Type, City, Province / State (please use full name), Country, Latitude, Longitude, Co-ordinate Accuracy, History, Year Built, Status, Accessibility, Hazards, Interesting Features, Recommendation, Security Measures, Recommended Equipment, Media Coverage, Future Plans, Description, Web Links
  • on Jan 14 10 at 20:35, robk700 added some pictures to a gallery
  • on Jan 14 10 at 20:25, robk700 created a new gallery
  • on Jan 14 10 at 20:20, robk700 updated the main picture
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