Guide to the Ghost Towns, Mining Camps,
and Other Formerly Inhabited Places in
Locations beginning with O
…SEE Oakes & Reese Mine
This gold mine was located in Hunter Valley. The exact location of this gold mine is not determined. Between 1863-1938, this mine produced $500-600,000 in gold, and had a 12-stamp mill
…SEE Oakes & Reese Mine.
A one-room school was located here. Location not determined.
In California Gold Camps, GUDDE calls this a “doubtful name shown as a sizeable town east of Horseshoe Bend.”
The second site of this one-room school
was located along
OLD TIMER MINE
In the Clearinghouse Mining District. Actual location not determined.
...SEE Mount Ophir
Located about a mile south of Mount Ophir, midway between SH 49 and the “old toll road”.
A gold mine located in Hunter Valley. The exact location not determined.
…SEE Clearing House
Consolidated with the Diltz Mine in 1949. It was located on the East Belt vein system in the Whitlock Mining District, about a mile east of the Nutmeg Mine. The consolidated Diltz-Oro Grande Mine closed in 1952.
Located in the Bagby Mining District, this gold mine produced over $50,000. Actual location not determined.
This hard rock gold mine is located in the Whitlock Mining District, 0.8 miles west of the junction of Sherlock and Whitlock roads. It was a pocket mine, and closed in 1946. Production figures are not known.
In 1879, William THURMOND purchased a sawmill that was located at Owl Creek. Location not determined.
On the east side of Bear Creek, one mile
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