Liberty Mine Lower Adit. 
Liberty Mine, WA 1933 - 1940 
 

Site visit 2012


       
   
The Liberty mine is located in the Swauk Mining District of Kittitas County at an elevation of 3600 feet. 

Liberty Mines Inc. was formed in 1933.  The property originally consisted of several cabins, tool shops, and a 15 to 25 ton mill.  There were three adits on the property a lower and two upper. The lower adit is about 1500 feet of workings and the only one that remains open today.   Test ores indicated the mine produced 0.3 ounces of gold per ton. 

The remnants of several structures can be found around the property including a cabin site.

This mine has seen modern activity over the years by independent owner/prospectors.
 
Source:  Inventory of Washington Minerals Part II Huntting M.T. 1956

Note: Liberty is an active mining district use courtesy and caution not to trespass.


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ghost town (noun): a once-flourishing town wholly or nearly deserted usually as a result of the failure of some economic activity. 
     

 


 

An Important Reminder:  We strongly recommend you stay out of abandoned mines altogether unless accompanied by a guide familiar with the mine, safety and its structural condition.  


 

 

 

Window frame of cabin.
 

Cabin site. 

Wood doors on the inside of the portal. 

Looking back at the entrance.

Collapsed shoring throughout the mine.

 
 
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