Wall Street Adit. 
Wall Street Mine, WA 1902 - 1938 
 

Site visit 2011


       
Wall Street Mine located in Kittitas County near Swauk pass/Cougar Gulch of the Swauk mining district near Liberty, WA.  Originally owned by the Wall Street Mining Company from 1909 - 1915.

The workings of this mine consisted of a 900 foot adit with a connecting raise of a 306 foot adit.  This adit was 260 feet above the lower adit. 

The Wall Street was primarily a gold producing mine.  The Wall Street mine produced $50,000 worth of gold ore prior to 1935.

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.


Be sure to check back for additional listings 

 ghost.wa@comcast.net
 

    
     

 


 

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.  


 

 

 


Remaining tracks are visible at first intersection.

A large stope where the raise may have been.
 

First intersection in mine.

 
 
 
Your Subtitle text

Kittitas County Mines


                                               

Website Builder