Bay Mine (Bay Vein; Straitstep Vein; Weir's Vein), Whytes Cleuch, Wanlockhead, Dumfries & Galloway (Dumfries-shire), Scotland, UK
The vein courses NW-SE across the southern end of Whyte's Cleuch. Leaving the hanging wall of Old Glencrieff vein, and makes an obligue junction to the SW with the footwall of Straitstep vein. Bay vein has been traced for a distance of 1/3 of a mile. It was developed by shallow shafts, and adits.
UK Grid Reference: NS868137
9 entries listed. 9 valid minerals.
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Locality Updated: Govezhda Mine (Govejda Mine), Georgi Damyanovo Obshtina, Montana Oblast, BulgariaFrom Marcus Voigt, 22nd May 2013 06:56:17