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Slime dams at Mount Boppy Gold Mine

Enlarged photograph, 'Slime Pits', Mount Boppy Gold Mine, paper, Canbelego, New South Wales, Australia, 1905

Black and white photograph showing the slime dams and plant at Mount Boppy mine. The image shows the slime dams capable of holding 10,000 tons in the foreground. The plant including the large shed that contained the battery stamper is shown in the background.
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