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Iron Knight Mine, Iron Duke Complex, Middleback Range, Eyre peninsula, South Australia, Australia

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A large operating open cut iron mine, run by OneSteel. Access is difficult. The workforce is based in Whyalla. Hosted by a phosphate and carbonate bearing magnetite-hematite rich Proterozoic iron formation, running over 60km, with several major mines.

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References

http://www.pir.sa.gov.au/minerals/sa_mines/operating_mines/middleback_range_project_magnet

Whyalla SI5308 1: 250 000 Mineral Occurrence Map

Francis, G.L., 2010. Minerals from the South Middleback Range deposits 2003-2008. (self published) 44pp.

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