Thursby Incline Shaft

 

Thursby Incline is approximately forty feet deep with no levels. It was sunk in the “Cuprite” stope in the Higgins mine. The “Cuprite” stope mined an orebody rich in cuprite and native copper. Lessees sank this working during the 1930s.

The looking down from the collar of the Thursby Incline

A view of the hoisting compartment of the Thursby Incline

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