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Adit Again. . . A historic mine adit near the Gold Bug Mine, outside Placerville, California
California
The Gold Bug mine outside Placerville, California, is a Gold Ruch era mine adit that is open for public tours. After waking into the mine, following an excavated quartz vein, the visitor can take one of several hikes-- one of which leads to this small abandoned adit up the hill from the main mine.
Copyright: Joe griffin
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Resolution: 9502x4751
Uploaded: 01/10/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014
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Tags: adit; mine; shaft; gold; gold bug; gold rush; gold country; placer; county; california; placerville; historic; history; pine; forest; path; trail
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