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Anyox History Anyox Hydro Electric Corporation

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  • L ocated approximately 60 kilometers southwest of Stewart, British Columbia on the shores of Observatory Inlet, Anyox was the location of rich lodes of copper and other precious metals
  • Hydroelectric facilities were first constructed on Anyox Creek in 1910 to support the mining and smelting operations in the adjacent Hidden Creek

Anyox Hydro Electric Corporation

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  • Mining was an essential part of British Columbia’s growing economy in the 1920s’, and Company Towns such as Anyox were not unheard of at the time
  • Just 28 kilometers (18 […] Read More

Anyox Copper

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  • During it's life, the mine and smelter produced over 21 million tons of copper ore between 1914 and 1935
  • This in turn produced around 321,000 tons of copper, 206,000 ounces of silver and 121,000 ounces of gold
  • The Grandby Mining and Smelting Company was also the same company that owned the smelter in Greenwood BC.

Mining Map Of The Nass Region Anyox Hydro Electric

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  • Mining was an essential part of British Columbia’s growing economy in the 1920s’, and Company Towns such as Anyox were not unheard of at the time
  • Just 28 kilometers (18 miles) up the channel named “Alice Arm,” which was named after Alice Mary Tomlinson the wife

Anyox BC History My BC Ghost Towns

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  • Anyox was a small company-owned mining ghost town in British Columbia,Canada
  • Today it is largely destroyed and abandoned
  • It is located about 60 kilometres (37 miles) southwest ofStewart, British Columbia on the shores of Observatory Inlet.
  • In 1914 Anyox had grown to a population of almost 3,000 residents, as a major mine and smelter were put into operation; …

#55 Anyox Mine Part 1, Largest Copper Smelter In The

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  • We visit the massive Anyox mine that had a town of 3,000 until it was suddenly abandoned in 1935
  • Located on the North Coast in a remote area with no roads i

Ghost Towns

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  • Anyox was copper mining town situated at sea level, 145 km north of Prince Rupert near the head of Observatory Inlet
  • It was explored and brought into production in 1914 by Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power Co., Ltd
  • They created a large, modern and self-sufficient company town that was built around the Hidden Creek Mine.

Anyox BC History

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  • 1911 still shown in Phoenix, Grand Forks BC area 1910-1920 Chief Engineer and Mine Manager, with Granby Consolidated Mining Co., here in Anyox 1922 to 1928 Mining Consultant in San Diego CA, USA and also in Kingman AZ, USA
  • From 1928 on he was located in Toronto ON President of American Venture Corp
  • 1936- President of Mining Research Corp Ltd

“The Town That Got Lost” Anyox Exploration – Northern …

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  • The water eventually subsided and the dam was completed
  • we will be visiting the dam on our brand new two day “Anyox – The town that got lost” tour June 3-4, 2017 and on our Ghost Towns of Northwest BC Tour August 21-17, 2017
  • Don’t miss your chance to …

Anyox Copper Camp – BC Gold Adventures

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The Anyox copper mining camp was discovered in 1889 and was explored and brought into production in 1914 by Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power Co., Ltd.A large, modern and self-sufficient town was built around the mine to accommodate, and care for, a large work force and their families, which reached a population of over 2500.

Anyox, Skeena Mining Division, British Columbia, Canada

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  • R Sherlock and Julie Domvile (2007) Great Mining Camps of Canada 2
  • The History and Geology of the Anyox Copper Camp, British Columbia
  • Mindat.org is an outreach project of the Hudson Institute of Mineralogy, a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization
  • Public Relations by Blythe weigh.

Anyox, BC – Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting And Power

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  • A little history and information about Granby Consolidation Mining at Anyox, BC Anyox, BC 1911
  • Anyox is Canada’s largest ghost town that was operated by Granby Consolidation Mining from 1914 until the mines closed in 1935, primarily as a copper mine and smelter.

Bonanza Mine, Anyox, Skeena Mining Division, British

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  • Bonanza Mine, Anyox, Skeena Mining Division, British Columbia, Canada : Ref.: Rocks & Min.: 6:77
  • A silver mine averaging > 0.5 TO/ton Ag

Anyox Map Canada Google Satellite Maps

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  • Welcome to the Anyox google satellite map! This place is situated in Kitimat-Stikine Regional District, British Columbia, Canada, its geographical coordinates are 55° 25' 0" North, 129° 50' 0" West and its original name (with diacritics) is Anyox
  • See Anyox photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Anyox in Canada.

The Paradox Of Anyox -- New Hope Springs From Old Mine

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  • Despite its remote location, the Granby mine was one of the top ore producers on the BC coast and its smelter one of the most modern of its time
  • Anyox dam and powerhouse provided electricity, assisted by a steam plant during winter months when the river was frozen.

Anyox Cemetery In Anyox, British Columbia

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  • Anyox was the largest copper mine of its day in the British Empire
  • Production started in 1914 and it was almost wiped out by forest fires in 1923
  • The town has been abandoned since 1935
  • There was another major fire in 1942
  • The sulphur from the smelter created an environmental disaster and probably is the cause of the

Anyox, British Columbia

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The abandoned site of the community of Anyox is located along Observatory Inlet about 60 kilometers south of Stewart, British Columbia.A large copper mine and smelter supported a population of some 3,000 people by 1914, but in 1935 the mine was closed due to …

Anyox The Canadian Encyclopedia

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  • Anyox, BC, was a town situated on Granby Bay, 60 km north of Prince Rupert.The Tsimshian word means "hidden water." The area was first visited by Captain George Vancouver in 1793, but was not settled until Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power Co Ltd began mining a copper deposit there in 1912
  • At the peak of operation it was one of the largest producing copper mines

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