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The South Alan Mine is an abandoned silica and copper mine.1
The South Alan Mine just off the Quartz Creek in Queensland is a mine about 1510km west-northwest of Brisbane (show me). The South Alan Mine is at an elevation of approximately 412m above sea level. The South Alan Mine is one of the westernmost mines in Queensland.
The South Alan Mine was a silica and copper mine. Do you know what else was being mined at the South Alan Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the city of Mount Isa which is 69km away with a population of around 21,000 (show me a map with South Alan Mine and Mount Isa).
The nearest sealed road to South Alan Mine is the Cloncurry Dajarra Road (10.9km away).
1Bultitude, R.j., Mock, C.m., Pillinger, D.m., Blythe, P.l., Blake, D.h., Young, G.a., & Donchak, P.j., 1982. Geology Of The Duchess Region. Bureau Of Mineral Resources, Geology And Geophysics, And Geological Survey Of Queensland