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  • Wabana, Newfoundland and Labrador

    The mines saw Wabana's population swell to 14,000 within a few years, the second largest community in the colony of Newfoundland. 101 workers lost their lives over the course of Bell Island's iron ore industry.

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  • Bell Island Iron Ore Mine Bell Island Minequest

    Bell Island Iron Ore Mine Reports of iron ore on Bell Island go back to at least 1578, when a merchant from Bristol, England, reported finding iron deposits there. In 1628, members of Sir John Guys colony in Cupids sent iron samples from Bell Island to England for analysis.

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  • Bell Island Mining History Virtual Museum of Canada

    Mining continued at Number Two right up until 1949. Eventually Bell Island claimed six mines Numbers One and Five were surface mines; Numbers Two, Three, Four and Six went submarine. Roughly four billion tons of ore are left in the mines, but the industry shut down because the cost of getting the ore from the mines to the market was too high.

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  • Haunted Places in Bell Island, Newfoundland, Canada

    Wabana Iron Ore Mines Bell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador. Seen on the TV show Creepy Canada, the Wabana Iron Ore Mines began around the turn of the 20th century. The mines included 6 shafts and operated for 71 years; the mines closed in June 1966 after producing 79 million tons of iron ore. It was tragic mining accidents that

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  • 17 best Bell Island Newfoundland images on Pinterest

    Retired mining engineer Peter Young is concerned about what could happen when, not if, the roof of the Bell Island mine collapses. Find this Pin and more on Bell Island Newfoundland by ANNE BLAKE . For the island also in Newfoundland, one of the Grey Islands, see Bell Island.

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  • Deep underground and back in time a tour of the 'sacred

    BELL ISLAND, N.L. Alice Kennedy was well into her 70s before she ever saw the black, cold depths of the iron ore mine that sustained her family for generations.

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  • Wabana Mines, Bell Island, Conception Bay, Newfoundland

    The mines operated for 71 years until competition from new producers who could mine iron ore less expensively gradually led to a decline in markets for Bell Island ore and to the eventual close of the mines in June 1966. Between 1895 and 1966, the Wabana Mines produced around 79 million tons of iron ore.

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  • Bell Island IntoThePlanet

    In 2004, the Department of Natural Resources, Mines Branch for Newfoundland and Labrador produced a report that described some of the history and geography of the Bell Island Mine. The presence of iron ore on Bell Island was first recorded in the late 16th century, but it was not until the 1890s that the Bell Island deposits attracted the attention of entrepreneurs and mining interests.

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  • Bell Island (Newfoundland and Labrador) WikiVisually

    Being an underground operation, the Bell Island iron ore mine was extremely expensive to operate. During the 1950s, some of the largest surface iron ore deposits in the world were discovered in northeastern Quebec and the western part of Labrador .

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  • HiddenNewfoundland.ca Bell Island Mines

    Bell Island Mines Located in Conception Bay, Bell Island is a small island accessible by a year round ferry route running from Bell island to Portugal Cove. Mining on Bell Island began in the summer of 1895 by the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company.

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  • Iron Ore Mines of Bell Island Newfoundland

    The Pitt family opened a brickyard on Bell Island in 1848, and the Rees family operated a shipyard on the island, in Lance Cove, for a period during the 1800s. Reports of iron ore on Bell Island go back to at least 1578, when a merchant from Bristol, England, reported finding iron deposits there.

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  • 'OLD IRON ORE MINES' , BELL ISLAND NEWFOUNDLAND

    'OLD IRON ORE MINES' , BELL ISLAND NEWFOUNDLAND 'OLD IRON ORE MINES' , BELL ISLAND NEWFOUNDLAND. Visit. Discover ideas about Newfoundland Canada. Old iron ore mines, Bell Island, Newfoundland. Newfoundland Canada Newfoundland And Labrador Road Trip Canada Canada Travel Iron Ore Atlantic Canada Gros Morne Nova Scotia The Rock

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  • BELL ISLAND MINE EXPLORATION YouTube

    May 21, 20170183;32;Discovery Deep team members dove with noted underwater explorer Steve Lewis into the 2 Iron Ore Mine of Bell Island, Newfoundland, Canada with the support of Ocean Quest Diving.

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  • Bell Island Culture of Outports

    Bell Islands mining history stretches back to the 1890s, with the identification of major deposits of iron ore on the island. Mining substantially drove the local economy, and by 1923 Bell Island was the second largest community in Newfoundland, behind St. Johns.

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  • Bell Island Mine Museum Bell Island, Newfoundland and

    Soon, Bell Island became the largest producer of iron ore in the British Commonwealth, the second largest community in Newfoundland, and one of the most prosperous places in the provinces history.

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  • Bell Island The Full Wiki

    Being an underground operation, the Bell Island iron ore mine was an extremely expensive mine to operate. During the 1950s, some of the largest surface iron ore deposits in the world were discovered in northeastern Quebec and the western part of Labrador.

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  • Bell Island mine collapse may be just a matter of time

    Young said the Bell Island mine is similar to the mining operation he worked with in Zambia, in central Africa. 'First of all the collapse would initiate locally an earthquake.

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  • The diving appeal of the Bell Island Wrecks and Iron Ore Mine

    The mines on Bell Island opened for commercial mining in late 19th century and were once the worlds largest submarine iron ore mine with passages occupying an area under the seabed of Conception Bay roughly five kilometers by five kilometers or approximately nine square miles in size.

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    Wabana Mines, Bell Island, Conception Bay, Newfoundland, Newfoundland and . could mine iron ore less expensively gradually led to a decline in markets for Bell Island . Traveller's Guide to the Geology and Guidebook to Stops of Interest.

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  • Bell Island Community Museum Home Facebook

    Bell Island's under sea iron mines are an experience like no other In the complete darkness gentle womans voice sings about hardship of working in an iron mine. The tunnels are far

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  • Rediscovering the Bell Island Mine Scuba Diver Life

    Rediscovering the Bell Island Mine by Robert Osborne Feb 5, 2016 In 10 days, some of the worlds most intrepid cave divers will mount an expedition to penetrate a subterranean world thats remained hidden for more than 50 years.

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  • Bell Island's Mine Museum and Underground Tour All You

    TeddyMc, Executive Director at Bell Island's Mine Museum and Underground Tour, responded to this review Responded September 25, 2018 The board and staff of the Bell Island Heritage Society Inc. wish to sincerely thank you for taking the time to write a review about your experience while visiting the Bell Island 2 Mine Tour and Museum.

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  • Bell Island Mine Museum Bell Island, Newfoundland and

    Soon, Bell Island became the largest producer of iron ore in the British Commonwealth, the second largest community in Newfoundland, and one of the most prosperous places in the provinces history.

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  • Adventure Tourism Under the Bell Doppler's Tech Diving

    Oct 11, 20150183;32;Unfortunately, during the intervening years, Bell Island Iron ore Mine has not been added to the list of North Americas must visit dive sites. The exceptional, matchless cultural and historic story it has to tell its visitors in face to face meetings, is left untold.

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  • BELL ISLAND MINE EXPLORATION YouTube

    May 21, 20170183;32;Discovery Deep team members dove with noted underwater explorer Steve Lewis into the 2 Iron Ore Mine of Bell Island, Newfoundland, Canada with the

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  • The Bell Island Boom Skeptoid

    With its mine closed and its small economy in shambles, the communities on Bell Island had been largely emptied out for more than a decade when the Bell Island Boom struck on Sunday, April 2, 1978. Without warning, a sudden BANG rocked the island, like a giant electric shock.

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  • The Iron Ore of Bell Island, Conception Bay, Newfoundland

    The discovery of iron ore in the late 1800s led to the an industry boom on the island that lasted until 1966 (Bell Island Mining History). We were fortunate enough to tour the Number 2 Mine (now a museum) and learn about the islands history and geology.

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  • Scuba Diving Newfoundland's Bell Island Mine

    Now filled with water, the mines were once the economic engine of the area; by 1923, Bell Island was the second largest community in Newfoundland, providing extremely high grade iron ore to shipbuilding efforts in both World Wars.

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  • Mining History Historic Wabana

    1951 map of Bell Island showing the position of the submarine mines, based on a map found in C.M. Anson, quot;The Wabana Iron Ore Properties of the Dominion Steel and Coal Corporation, Limited,quot; in Canadian Mining and Metallurgical Bulletin, No. 473, 1951 p. 597.

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  • History Bell Island Minequest

    Bell Island Iron Ore Mine History Reports of iron ore on Bell Island go back to at least 1578, when a merchant from Bristol, England, reported finding iron deposits there. In 1628, members of Sir John Guys colony in Cupids sent iron samples from Bell Island to England for analysis.

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  • Historic Wabana Home

    Welcome to historic wabana. This website celebrates the heritage and culture of Bell Island, Newfoundland, Canada, with particular emphasis on the Wabana iron ore mining operation. Hover your cursor along the menu at the top to see drop down menus.

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  • Home To Bell Island (Terry Parsons) video

    The video above features Terry Parsons and Kelly Russell at Beacon Point, Bell Island, NL. See more songs by Kelly Russell. A variant was recorded by Irish Thorn with Terry Parsons, Tom Reese and Clayton Kennedy (Sea Tales, trk1, 1995, Independent, Mount Pearl, NL). The Wabana iron ore mine operated from 1895 to 1949 on Bell Island, NL.

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  • Deep underground and back in time a tour of the 'sacred

    Aug 28, 20170183;32;BELL ISLAND, N.L. Alice Kennedy was well into her 70s before she ever saw the black, cold depths of the iron ore mine that sustained her family for generations. She took a public tour of the rocky labyrinth deep underground on Bell Island, off Portugal Cove, N.L., about 15 years ago.

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  • The Iron Ore of Bell Island, Conception Bay, Newfoundland

    The most memorable stop (for me) on a recent McGill grad student trip that took us around the whole of Newfoundland was Bell Island, in Conception Bay. The discovery of iron ore in the late 1800s led to the an industry boom on the island that lasted until 1966 (Bell Island Mining History).

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  • Haunted Places in Bell Island, Newfoundland, Canada

    Bell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador Seen on the TV show Creepy Canada, the Wabana Iron Ore Mines began around the turn of the 20th century. The mines included 6 shafts and operated for 71 years; the mines closed in June 1966 after producing 79 million tons of iron ore.

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  • About Bell Island Community Museum No. 2 Mine Tour

    At the Bell Island Community Museum amp; 2 Mine Tour you'll be greeted by local tour guides who will share our history and tell you amazing stories about our forefathers. You'll be inspired by the tales of these hard working Bell Islanders who risked their lives to supply the world markets with iron ore.

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  • Unseen wonders Diving pros push to reopen Bell Island mines

    Watch video0183;32;Unseen wonders Diving pros push to reopen Bell Island mines Fifty years after its closure, a group of underwater adventure seekers wants to see the Bell Island mines reopened.

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  • Bell Island (Newfoundland and Labrador)

    Closure of iron ore mine. Being an underground operation, the Bell Island iron ore mine was extremely expensive to operate. During the 1950s, some of the largest surface iron ore deposits in the world were discovered in northeastern Quebec and the western part of Labrador.

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