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No. 9 shaft project
Work has begun to restore the historic No. 9 shaft, originally constructed in 1971. The project will rehabilitate the shaft, sink it to approximately 7,000 feet, and link it with the No. 10 shaft.
What lies beneath
Go 7,000 feet underground with us and get a first-hand look at our work to safely develop one of the largest copper deposits in the world.
1863 to the present day
The Copper Triangle has a mining legacy,…