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... start to see the big pit operations. There are still a lot of Gold Prospectors inTown each wandering around with the Advanced Metal detector equipment in search of his fortunes. People tell me yea they are finding Gold Nuggets sometimes even returning with toolboxes full of gold laden Dirt back to town to sell their findings in various shops offering to buy Gold. It does look like some People make an decent living in their search ...
... We chatted and it turned out he is an superviser and controller at the Gold melting facility. He told me if I would stick around until next tuesday I could hold an Gold Bar at the melting facility worth $ 500K..... tempting but I'm not sure if I will stay that long in this other than a big hole in ground not much to offer Place... we shall see The monthly return for one Mine is about 3/4 of an million dollars and the chap holding the Stop sign for temporary ...
Went through the Kalgoorlie Town Hall an impressive 1908 Edwardian style building with pressed metal ceilings, chandeliers, sweeping staircase, theatre, art and memorabilia.
We then said our goodbyes to Heather & Viv who are off to make their fortune with a gold detector.
After lunch we went to the KCGM Super pit Open ...
... nugget that Delma had mentioned was there. How on earth did we miss it before? Probably because it was raining, we were upset about the fridge loosing battery power and just wanted to book in to the caravan park for the night and get everything settled!!! Some stats about the Golden Eagle: Found on 15 January 1931 Size 26" x 11-1/2" x 2-1/2" (66cm x 29cm x 6.5cm) Weight 1135oz 1500 dots 12 gram Value (at 15/1/1931) £5,435/15/2 (approx $11,000) A 16 yr old Jim ...
... by small operations until WA businessman Alan Bond started buying up the individual leases to create one big company and one big pit, from which gold could be extracted more cheaply. Bond's company failed to complete the takeover but, in 1989, the entire area was combined and Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines was formed to manage the assets. The Superpit is 3.5km long, 1.6km wide and 620m deep. Standing on the lookout, in the heat, with the ...
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