A List of Local Mines

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A List of Local Mines

I found this yesterday and decided to document it. The Map is here..

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LocalityLatitudeLongitudeDistanceBearing
Cameron Quarry, Ramsay Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada45° 9′ 20″ N76° 13′ 4″ W8.8km (5.4 miles)88.7° (E)
Cedar Hill soapstone occurrence, Pakenham Township, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada45° 16′ 1″ N76° 19′ 39″ W12.6km (7.8 miles)0.7° (N)
Ramsay Mine, Ramsay Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada45° 9′ 10″ N76° 9′ 59″ W12.8km (7.9 miles)90.5° (E)
Tatlock Quarry, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada45° 9′ 2″ N76° 29′ 45″ W13.1km (8.1 miles)268.4° (W)
Darling hematite occurrence (Bell’s mine; Eggshell Bay), Darling Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada45° 17′ 0″ N76° 30′ 24″ W20.0km (12.4 miles)316.1° (NW)
Playfair Mine (Dalhousie Mine; Lanark Iron Mine), Dalhousie Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada44° 58′ 24″ N76° 25′ 44″ W21.5km (13.4 miles)201.3° (SSW)
Currie Barite occurrence, Fitzroy Township, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada45° 19′ 53″ N76° 10′ 48″ W22.9km (14.3 miles)30.6° (NNE)
Ennis Quarry, Bathurst Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada44° 56′ 49″ N76° 22′ 41″ W23.3km (14.5 miles)189.5° (S)
Keays Quarry, Bathurst Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada44° 56′ 33″ N76° 22′ 49″ W23.8km (14.8 miles)189.7° (S)
Perth quarry, Bathurst Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada44° 56′ 22″ N76° 22′ 47″ W24.1km (15.0 miles)189.5° (S)
Radenhurst Mine, Lavant Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada45° 10′ 4″ N76° 40′ 18″ W26.9km (16.7 miles)273.4° (W)
Caldwell Mine, Lavant Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada45° 10′ 2″ N76° 40′ 19″ W26.9km (16.7 miles)273.3° (W)
Bathurst Quarry, Bathurst Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada44° 54′ 47″ N76° 23′ 44″ W27.2km (16.9 miles)191.0° (S)
Blithfield mine (Caldwell mine), Blithfield Township, Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada45° 12′ 47″ N76° 40′ 27″ W27.8km (17.3 miles)283.9° (WNW)
Virgin Lake celestine mine (Dempseys), Bagot Township, Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada45° 15′ 47″ N76° 39′ 47″ W28.8km (17.9 miles)295.0° (WNW)
Perth area, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada44° 53′ 57″ N76° 14′ 53″ W29.0km (18.0 miles)167.3° (SSE)
Foster Quarry, Bathurst Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada44° 53′ 57″ N76° 25′ 0″ W29.1km (18.1 miles)193.6° (SSW)
Foley Mine, Bathurst Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada44° 53′ 35″ N76° 25′ 10″ W29.8km (18.5 miles)193.8° (SSW)
Galetta area, Fitzroy Township, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada45° 25′ 27″ N76° 15′ 23″ W30.6km (19.0 miles)10.7° (N)
Clyde Forks Mine, Lavant Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada45° 7′ 26″ N76° 43′ 33″ W31.3km (19.4 miles)264.0° (W)
Campbell Drive tremolite occurrence, Arnprior area, Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada45° 26′ 0″ N76° 24′ 11″ W31.6km (19.7 miles)349.5° (N)
Humphreys feldspar mine, Huntley Township, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada45° 21′ 30″ N76° 2′ 50″ W31.7km (19.7 miles)44.0° (NE)
Galetta celestine occurrence, Fitzroy Township, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada45° 26′ 8″ N76° 14′ 44″ W32.0km (19.9 miles)11.8° (NNE)
Wilbur Mine, Lavant Township, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada45° 1′ 18″ N76° 41′ 32″ W32.1km (19.9 miles)242.8° (WSW)
High Falls area, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada44° 57′ 12″ N76° 37′ 23″ W32.1km (19.9 miles)226.1° (SW)
Kingdon Mine (Fitzroy Mine; Galetta Mine), Fitzroy Township, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada45° 26′ 25″ N76° 15′ 24″ W32.3km (20.1 miles)10.1° (N)
Stanton Lead occurrence, Fitzroy Township, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada45° 26′ 15″ N76° 13′ 46″ W32.5km (20.2 miles)13.9° (NNE)
Calabogie iron mine, Bagot Township, Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada45° 18′ 20″ N76° 41′ 30″ W33.0km (20.5 miles)300.9° (WNW)
Twenty Six Lake occurrence, Palmerston Township, Frontenac County, Ontario, Canada45° 2′ 12″ N76° 43′ 0″ W33.1km (20.5 miles)247.0° (WSW)
Chamberlain Creek occurrence, Bagot Township, Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada45° 21′ 23″ N76° 38′ 47″ W33.5km (20.8 miles)312.3° (NW)

Nearby features from geonames.org

Search moreFeatureTypeLatitudeLongitudeDistanceBearing
Quig LakeLake45° 9′ 38″ N76° 19′ 1″ W1.2km (0.8 miles)52.3° (NE)
The RiverChannel45° 10′ 0″ N76° 19′ 57″ W1.5km (0.9 miles)349.9° (N)
Sheas CreekStream45° 8′ 25″ N76° 19′ 45″ W1.5km (0.9 miles)179.9° (S)
Taylor LakeLake45° 8′ 36″ N76° 20′ 34″ W1.5km (1.0 miles)222.5° (SW)
Clayton LakeLake45° 10′ 39″ N76° 20′ 44″ W2.9km (1.8 miles)333.9° (NNW)
Union HallPopulated place45° 9′ 38″ N76° 17′ 33″ W3.0km (1.9 miles)75.4° (ENE)
ClaytonArea45° 11′ 0″ N76° 19′ 57″ W3.3km (2.0 miles)355.5° (N)
Bowlands IslandIsland45° 11′ 0″ N76° 19′ 57″ W3.3km (2.0 miles)355.5° (N)
RosettaPopulated place45° 7′ 14″ N76° 20′ 2″ W3.7km (2.3 miles)185.4° (S)
Harding LakeLake45° 6′ 56″ N76° 21′ 57″ W5.1km (3.2 miles)214.2° (SW)

Minerals recorded nearby (within 20 km)

‘Apatite’

Calcite

Chondrodite

Chrysotile

Dolomite

Fluorite

Graphite

Muscovite

Phlogopite

Pyrite

‘Pyroxene Group’

‘Scapolite’

Sphalerite

Spinel

Titanite

‘Tourmaline’

Tremolite

Zircon

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About lindaseccaspina

Before she laid her fingers to a keyboard, Linda was a fashion designer, and then owned the eclectic store Flash Cadilac and Savannah Devilles in Ottawa on Rideau Street from 1976-1996. She also did clothing for various media and worked on “You Can’t do that on Television”. After writing for years about things that she cared about or pissed her off on American media she finally found her calling. She is a weekly columnist for the Sherbrooke Record and documents history every single day and has over 6500 blogs about Lanark County and Ottawa and an enormous weekly readership. Linda has published six books and is in her 4th year as a town councillor for Carleton Place. She believes in community and promoting business owners because she believes she can, so she does.

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