Condor Resources re-open shaft in La India gold mine closed in 1956. Drilling reveals multiple mineralized veins
Condor, Resources an AIM-listed mining company, has re-opened a long closed shaft in the historic La India gold mine in Nicaragua.
What's called the “Zopilote Adit" was driven perpendicular from the La India Vein for at least 400 meters at some time prior to the mine's closure in 1956. An adit is an entrance to a mine which can be used to gain access to underground shafts, or to drain water from the mine.
Condor says preliminary drilling has already confirmed the presence of multiple mineralised veins.
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