Knob Hill Mine
Knob Hill Gold Mine, WA   
 

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N 48 40.367  W 118 45.550

The Knob Hill mine is located in Ferry County near Republic.

Knob Hill gold mine was discovered around 1902 and is named after a small domed shaped hill on Eureka Gulch.  Active mining development began in 1910 and continued through 1998 when the mine closed.

More than 2 million ounces of gold were recovered, making it the largest gold producing gold mine in the state of Washington.  In 1960 it was the third most productive lode-gold mine in the United States.

The Knob Hill mine was an incline shaft mine using a large steel headframe. 



Today the massive mill foundation, buildings and retaining walls remain.


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Knob Hill mine conveyor tunnel. 

Knob Hill Mine - 100 Foot level and portal of 300 foot level 1920's 

Knob Hill Mill/Workings 1920's.
 

Knob Hill Mine 1920's
 
 
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