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MacLeod-Cockshutt Mining Headframe Geraldton
Canada

http://www.greenstone.ca/DiscoverGreenstone/Attractions/HistoricLandmarks.aspx

Ten gold mines once fuelled a booming economy in Geraldton from 1934-1970. Today, the MacLeod-Cockshutt Mining Headframe has been restored and made an historical landmark in the Municipality of Greenstone, as a symbol of this proud, industrious heritage and a monument to the hardworking miners that laboured here each day and to those who lost their lives in the effort.

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