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Lound Groove, drift mine

Quebec

54.787539, -1.714285

Opened:

Closed:

Unknown

pre-1890s

Entry Created:

11 May 2023

Last Updated:

11 May 2023

Reclaimed

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Description (or HER record listing)

NEHL - A coal mine named Lound Groove was situated on Laude Bank from at least the 1850s until before the 1890s. It was a drift mine, meaning pitmen and wagons entered horizontally into the hill. It appears it was connected to a waggonway which constructed after the 1850s, connecting a number of drifts between Quebec and Esh Laude. The waggonway was dismantled by the 1890s also.

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