Report on the iron ore deposits along the Kingston and Pembroke Railway in eastern Ontario

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  • Geology -- Ontario, Eastern.,
  • Iron ores -- Geology -- Ontario, Eastern.

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Statementby Elfric Drew Ingall.
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 84251
ContributionsGeological Survey of Canada.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches (78 fr.)
Number of Pages78
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Open LibraryOL21769720M
ISBN 100665842511

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Publication Number: Paper Date: Author: H.A. Quinn. Calabogie Mining Co.: mining Kingston and Pembroke Co.: mine development, approximately - tons of ore was shipped to Quebec by Canada Iron Furnace Co.

Mine abandoned. Lindeman - ground geophysical survey. GSC - mapping. Algoma Ore Properties Limited - DD Geology. Province: Grenville. Demand in Kingston for local iron sources to feed the booming industry there led to the creation of the Kingston and Pembroke Railway.

As the rails pushed north, mines and towns sprung up along the way and helped turn eastern Ontario into one of the most active mining regions in Canada. But the boom was short-lived. There are five workings on the property, which are well described by Mr.

Ingall of the Geological Survey, Canada, in his report on the Iron Ore Deposits along the Kingston and Pembroke Railway. 1 (see map No. ) is an irregular open-cut, at the south end of which a shaft has been sunk to a depth of feet. The Algoma Central Railway was a historic Ontario short line which connected Hearst with Sault Ste.

Marie. The road's early years were somewhat rocky as its promoter struggled to carry out its completion. His initial hope was in establishing a deep water port along the Hudson Bay for the transportation of iron ore but these dreams fell through.

Kingston and Pembroke Railway (K&P) The Kingston and Pembroke Railway established the Bedford Station in Godfrey, opening in As many as eight trains would come into the station daily.

Mining. As mentioned above, ore deposits were known to the residents of Godfrey for some time before the K&P railway opened up the area to larger scale mining. ATIKOKAN, STEEP ROCK IRON MINES, CALAND ORE & SAPAWE, ONTARIO: MOSTLY PHOTOGRAPHS.

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() Iron Deposits of Ontario: Ontario Department of Mines, Mineral Resources Circu p. T he arrival of the railway in the mid 19th century led to a huge boom in eastern Ontario's mining industry. With cheap and quick transportation now readily available, mining in remote and previously inaccessible areas had finally become economical.

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Not long ago they found a huge low-grade ore body right below the mine town site. So they tore down the buildings and mine shaft and are now open pitting the stuff. Detour Lake not far from Cochrane, close by the Quebec border had a hard time finding ore for a long time.

Reference: Elfric Drew Ingall () Report on the iron ore deposits along the Kingston and Pembroke railway in Eastern Ontario. Geological Survey of Canada Part 1 Annual Report, Vol XII.

List of minerals arranged by Strunz 10th Edition classification. Group 4 - Oxides and Hydroxides. The book also includes information about the K&P iron mining company, which was unrelated to the railroad but shared some Directors and investors, suggesting that stock manipulation, or ‘mining the market’ as it is sometimes called, took place on a large scale, in the ’s and into the new century, and a man named Henry Siebert.

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Processing of Sullivan ore include recoverable amounts of cadmium, gold, bismuth, indium, iron, sulphur and antimonial lead and tin concentrate.

The Sullivan orebody is interpreted as a hydrothermal synsedimentary deposit which formed in a sub-basin on the Aldridge marine floor. Here's an excerpt from an Ontario government annual report dated "Boyd Caldwell Mine -- The Boyd Caldwell Mine is at Wilbur Station, in the south western part of the township of Lavant, close to the Kingston and Pembroke road, and a siding is laid from the track to the mouth of the shaft.

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In addition to building freight and passenger cars for its own Kingston & Pembroke Railway, the firm in the years and built a few passenger and baggage cars for the Intercolonial Railway.

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