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Richard, Evan and our partners, Chris and Marcello, at the Ivrea project
Airborne Survey 2015
Airborne Survey 2015: the electromagnetic (EM) survey loop
Alpe di Laghetto – the main entrance to the old mine workings
Alpe di Laghetto – weathered metal sulphides from the old mine
Alpe di Laghetto – the weathered metal sulphide (“gossan”) shows where the old mines are
Alpe di Laghetto – the old mines and buildings
Alpe di Laghetto – inside one of the old mine workings
Balmuccia old mine adit
Campello Monti – slag and waste next to the remains of an old furnace
Campello Monti – the old surface workings
Campello Monti village
Campello Monti - old mine adit
A helicopter landing at Castello di Gavala
Castello di Gavala – old mine buildings
Gula – old mine workings on the side of the valley
Gula – old mine workings
Gula - old mine workings
Isola – old mine buildings
Isola – weathered metal sulphides in the main drive
Isola – an old ventilation adit and mine mine entrance
Isola – waste dumps
An old metallurgical process plant building dating from the late 19th / early 20th century. Located just outside of the town of Varallo.
Varallo town centre at night
Valmaggia – old mine drive
Valmaggia – weather metal sulphides in the accessible part of the workings
La Balma – the view to the north, towards Campello Monti
La Balma – the main workings.
La Balma – a specimen of the layering of the igneous intrusion. The metal sulphides have a rusty brown colour.
Alpe di Laghetto – viewed looking south, along the line of the geophysical anomaly
La Balma – viewed looking south. The old mine is in the middle foreground.
Campello Monti – old mine workings
Campello Monti – the line of the old mine workings high above the village is picked out by the rusty colour of the metal sulphides