Mount Mulligan And Tyrconnell Mines

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Discover the Tyrconnell Gold mine north of Dimbulah, with its working stamper battery.
Continue on to Mount Mulligan where Qld's worst ever mining disaster saw 75 men lose their lives in a massive explosion in 1921. Wander through the cemetery and ruins in the shadow of the imposing Mount Mulligan.


Old Ute, Mount Mulligan, the site of Qld's worst ever mining disaster, where all 75 miners on duty lost their lives in a single explosion.


Empty boots, empty lives. Mount Mulligan, the site of Qld's worst ever mining disaster, where all 75 miners on duty lost their lives in a single explosion.


Buried in the shadow of the mountain – Mount Mulligan, the site of Qld's worst ever mining disaster, where all 75 miners on duty lost their lives in a single explosion.


Mount Mulligan Memories. Looking to the entrance of the mine at Mount Mulligan, the site of Qld's worst ever mining disaster, where all 75 miners on duty lost their lives in a single explosion.


Ghost town remains at Mount Mulligan, the site of Qld's worst ever mining disaster, where all 75 miners on duty lost their lives in a single explosion.


Chimney and kiln at Mount Mulligan, the site of Qld's worst ever mining disaster, where all 75 miners on duty lost their lives in a single explosion.


Inside the stamper battery, at the Tyrconnell Gold mine. One of the last working stamper batteries


View of the stamper battery shed at the Tyrconnell Gold mine, where time stands still. One of the last working stamper batteries.


Inside the stamper battery, at the Tyrconnell Gold mine. One of the last working stamper batteries.


Mine manager's cottage at the Tyrconnell Gold mine, where time stands still. Home to one of the last working stamper batteries.


Headframe at the Tyrconnell Gold mine


Headframe and ruins at the Tyrconnell Gold mine,

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