Leckie Mine

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Leckie
Location
Leckie Gold Mine is located in Ontario
Leckie Gold Mine
Leckie Gold Mine
Location in Ontario
Location Temagami
Province Ontario
Country Canada
Coordinates 47°05′35.57″N 079°47′48.03″W / 47.0932139°N 79.7966750°W / 47.0932139; -79.7966750Coordinates: 47°05′35.57″N 079°47′48.03″W / 47.0932139°N 79.7966750°W / 47.0932139; -79.7966750
Production
Products Gold
Production Not available
History
Opened ~1900, 1933
Closed 1909, 1937
Owner
Company Temagami Gold Inc.

Leckie Mine, also known as Penrose Mine and Little Dan Mine, is an abandoned gold producing underground mine in Northeastern Ontario, Canada, located on the eastern shore of Arsenic Lake 4 km (2.5 mi) north of the town of Temagami. It is entirely owned by Temagami Gold Inc. An estimated 483,500 tonnes of ore remain in the mine, which could contain 102,720 ounces of gold.[1]

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