I should have titled this video "Big massive shaft" ha ha I'm such a crazy. I wasn't entirely on my own for this explore, my pal was topside, so if I had of been in trouble I would have been found. DO NOT GO EXPLORING ABANDONED MINES FOLKS! I cannot stress how dangerous this is, instant death can await you! Sorry about the knocky noises on the audio, this Gopro 5 picks up every vibration, gotta fix that somehow. Music: Show your love by Otis McDonald Follow my social media on: Facebook: upalevel productions Instagram: upalevelproductions Filmed on the Gopro Hero 5 black and Nikon D3200 I do not recommend anyone exploring these abandoned places, they are very dangerous, we explore so you don't have to! We do not break and enter, we do not steal and we do not vandalise. We take only pictures and leave only footprints.
Views: 13045 upalevel productions
A day and a halfs gold panning in north Wales. Sorry for the funky video
Views: 5067 MR Whitmore
Where to find gold in the UK? We take a look at where to find gold UK. What many people don't realise is that you can find gold in the UK. Finding gold can be extremely exciting, but you have to know where to look. England has always been known as a wealthy country, but the mineral wealth has never gotten much attention. The country is actually quite rich in mineral resources, and there have been discoveries of various minerals all across the UK. Different areas have produced different minerals deposits. Iron, copper, silver, tin and lead have all been mined in England, but with the high price of gold in recent years there has been increasing interest in gold from casual prospectors. In this video we take a look at some of the best places to find gold in the UK. Thank you for watching! Thank you to CO.AG for the background music!
Views: 91676 Epic Nature
Crevicing and sniping for gold in Great Britain - episode 18 Gold Rush UK
Views: 11450 MrDazp1
While Metal Detecting with a Whites Gold Master Metal Detector in an Old Gold mine, we find Pockets of GOLD locked up in Rich seams of Limonite near a shear zone. Best way to find Gold underground. Very DANGEROUS. Do NOT try this at Home. It's The Mother Lode Laddy. Get your own Gold from Slim's Lost Secret Gold mine at http://www.askjeffwilliams.com/services.html Show your Support for Jeff and Slim by clicking the link. https://www.patreon.com/askJeffWilliams
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This video is about me and a team exploring abandoned mines in Wales here's a little history.A slate roof adorning the Roman fort at Segontium marked the beginning of the Welsh slate industry, which exploded onto the world scene during the Industrial Revolution. Throughout much of the 18th and 19th centuries, Welsh slate was unequaled on the world stage, and the Oakley mine at Blaenau Ffestiniog was the largest of its kind on earth. But today, most slate quarries lie abandoned. Filmed with Sony a6300 still pictures canon 750d drone DJI MAVIC PRO
Views: 2830 Abandoned World Explorer
Visible gold.Sniping under water, diving for gold and prospecting a secret river in the United Kingdom on a hot summers day
Views: 7298 MrDazp1
March 2016 recent floods stripped back large areas of the river so I decided it would be a good idea to sample a half mile stretch with mixed result. turns out gold isn't always where you expect it to be
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Mates and Gold visit the extreme north of Scotland and spend time panning near Helmsdale with local panner Dave Gray. Dave shows the process of using a gold pump, panning and then recovery of a really nice panful of gold. Even we Australians were surprised at the result and it all looked so easy!
Views: 157098 Mates and Gold
Today's adventure is our terrifying explore of this huge abandoned Silver, Zinc and Lead mine in the heart of Wales. This is considered one of the most important non-ferrous mines in Wales and evidence shows mining activity since the bronze age. It's a long one folks, I filmed the complete explore of the one portal that we got into but I'm sure there's other portals and shafts that I never found because it's a massive site in between and inside the mountains, maybe a return visit is on the cards. I also didn't film any of the outside of this site but there were many old mine buildings and workings around, I did take still shots though, which you will be able to see on my instagram page. EXPLORING ABANDONED MINES IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS, DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING!!! Thanks for watching, Enjoy Folks! Follow my social media on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/upalevelproductions/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/upalevelproductions/ Filmed on the Gopro Hero 5 black and Nikon D3200 I do not recommend anyone exploring these abandoned places, they are very dangerous, we explore so you don't have to! We do not break and enter, we do not steal and we do not vandalise. We take only pictures and leave only footprints.
Views: 2984 upalevel productions
This video shows our "High Banking"/ sluice box set-up and how to "Pan" for super fine gold at the Shaolhaven River, Australia.
Views: 1196893 Wal nLiz
August prospecting and today I tried some of that Pioneer Pauly finger clicking lol. Sluicing , metal detecting and moving rocks in search of gold in the UK
Views: 1533 MrDazp1
https://www.facebook.com/carlthepianist Photographers Andy T and Carl Lewis explore the subterrainain, 19th century Level Fawr of the Cwmystwyth mine. High up in the Cambrian Mountains, the young Afon Ystwyth flows through a deep glacial valley. Cwm Ystwyth is considered the most important non-ferrous metal mining site in Wales providing a premier example of mining heritage in Ceredigion. Within the site there is evidence for all phases of mining activity; from the Bronze Age, through the medieval period, to its revival in the 18th century and the peak of activity with a subsequent decline in the late 19th and the early 20th century. It has been designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The site also features prominently in the Upland Ceredigion Landscape of Historic Interest. Our trip was prepared for a planned and we took all suitable precautions to protect our safety. Please see the following website for more information on the dangers of exploration and how to reduce risk: http://www.mine-explorer.co.uk/open-htm-white-paper.asp?id=1 Please ensure of you are both prepared and have permission before entering any mine of cave. This video should not be taken as fact and is for entertainment purposes only. Mines or caves can change overnight. This video was taken in January 2014. Stay safe and enjoy. (c) 2014 Carl Lewis
Views: 13780 Carl Lewis
Finally had a chance to chase Gold again after 2 weekends of just fishing. Decided to check out Tuena Creek after the 2010 floods ripped through the area. This video shows where and how to look for gold and also shows gold panning technique.
Views: 85571 Wal nLiz
School Summer Holidays 2017 Please consider supporting me by buying me a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/northernwayfarer After I found a nice quartz cluster when hiking up Cross Fell, my daughter was eager to go looking for crystals. So I gave her some choices for the summer break and she chose to go crystal hunting. Our first visit was Groverake Mine and Frazer's Hush as these used to mine for fluorite. We picked up a couple of small samples but the place had clearly been looked at by other people. We found a place where they had covered up a site where they had been digging into one of the smaller hushes for better commercial value crystals and a quick look on ebay suggests they were professional hunters. Our next outing we headed up to the fluorite mine at Middlehope. If you visit this area you need to be careful because the lead mines further down stream are protected sites. But the fluorite mine is not but it is still private land and taking rock samples without permission is technically illegal. So use your commonsense if you are out. I am not a geologist but I've been learning quite a bit on our outings as we try to identify our findings. The two samples I mention about finding near Nenthead were not from the Nenthead site. Do not take stuff from there. I found what I think is Dolomite in a stream on the other side of Flinty fell. The piece that I am hoping is Alstonite but probably quartz, I literally picked up from the side of the road when I stopped to do the timelapse in my last mines video. All the rest are from various streams in the North Pennines... we were out just about every week, sometimes a couple of times a week. We bumped into a few professional hunters collecting crystals for jewellery or to tumble and sell on ebay. Also a couple of amateur geologists and rockhounds. Once you get into the habit of checking the geology where you are walking, you find stuff like the Cheviot agates which, we picked up on our last two hikes in the Cheviot hills. There were many and the two that we picked up were of no value. Even the nice quartz cluster I picked up is of no monetary value because it has substantial damage on the top. All in all it was great fun. We both learned a lot about geology and it was a good bonding experience with my daughter. Our minerals: Quartz, Fluorite (Fluorspar), Sphalerite (Zinc ore)?, Calcite, Dolomite?, Agate, Ironstone (Iron ore), Galena (Lead/Silver ore). ----- Music Hooky with Sloane by Bird Creek Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Music provided by FreeMusic109 https://youtube.com/FreeMusic109 Ether by Silent Partner: https://youtu.be/r6En29azNBA lifepainting by Muciojad https://soundcloud.com/muciojad Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/3feCSMbSZQA ----- Thank you for watching Please comment, Like & Subscribe Please consider supporting me by buying me a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/northernwayfarer
Views: 9008 Northern Wayfarer
testing a new sluice design. video shows putting one bucket of classified material through it. Removed the mats and riffles from the bottom section first, panned the concentrates and found no gold. Everything from the last photo on the video came from the upper section which was the new design being tested. No doubt more material being run through would result in gold getting into the lower section once the top section filled with heavies.
Views: 1263 dmtstuff
Went on a trip with the misses out to Mudgee and Dubbo but along the way we did some camping in the gold regions of NSW, Hill End to Stuart Town. This is the first day at Hill End. Like and Subscribe for more videos and check out my other content. Cheers for being AWESOME! hill end gold, gold panning, gold panning hill end, gold prospecting australia, gold prospecting, gold, prospecting, panning for gold, where to find gold nsw, how to find gold, how to mine gold, gold mining, garrett, panning, high banking, dredging, sluice box, Highbanking for gold, Nuggets, Gold rush, Mining, Gold digger, Gold digging, Panning for black sand, Where to find gold, Mining for gold, Looking for gold, Gold nugget,gold prospecting,metal detecting,how to find gold,minelab 5000,how to,metal detector,bullion,australian gold,gold nuggets,minelab,alluvial prospecting,alluvial gold,sluicing,gold in australia,prospecting,sluicing for gold,crevicing for gold,how to prospect for gold,how to find alluvial gold,placer gold,kus TV
Views: 10831 kusTVadventures
Been doing some research on the goldfields of the southern end of the Northern Tablelands. I came across a Geologists report from 1853 that documented the travels of a state geologist moving around the area bounded by the Cockburn Goldfields in the south and the Rocky River Goldfields in the north. Basically the general gist of the document was that all creeks draining into the Gwydir, Mcdonald and Cockburn contained gold in some numbers this particular creek carried enough that it was worked by diggers. The worked section is all private property now and difficult to access but the section I was on was easily accessed by a road bridge. I also found a nice tourmaline in quartz specimen and a few light coloured zircons (assumed to be)
Views: 10859 Ben's Mis-adventures
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Views: 8117 ImageMaker Advertising Inc.
Just had a grate time out there prospecting for gold and took some home .. Love it #gold fever pls subscribe to GOLD RUNNERSS ..thank you guys Prospecting for placer gold is normally done with a gold pan or similar instrument to wash free gold particles from loose surface sediment. The use of gold pans is centuries old, but is still common among prospectors and miners with little financial backing. Deeper placer deposits may be sampled by trenching or drilling. Geophysical methods such as seismic, gravity or magnetics may be used to locate buried river channels that are likely locations for placer gold. Sampling and assaying a placer gold deposit to determine its economic viability is subject to many pitfalls. Once placer gold is discovered, the gold pan is usually replaced by sluices or mechanical devices to wash greater volumes of material. Discovery of placer gold has often resulted in discovery of hardrock gold deposits when the placers are traced to their source Prospectors for hardrock, or lode gold deposits, can use many tools. It is done at the simplest level by surface examination of rock outcrops, looking for exposures of mineral veins, hydrothermal alteration, or rock types known to host gold deposits. Field tools may be nothing more than a rock hammer and hand lens. Hardrock gold deposits are more varied in mineralogy and geology than placer deposits, and prospecting methods can be very different for different types of deposits. As with placer gold, the sophistication of methods used to prospect for hardrock gold vary with the financial resources of the prospector. Drilling is often used to explore the subsurface. Surface geophysical methods may be used to locate geophysical anomalies associated with gold deposits. Samples of rocks or soil may be collected for geochemical laboratory assay, to determine metal content or detect geochemical anomalies. Hardrock gold particles may be too small to see, even with a microscope. Most gold today is produced in large open-pit and deep underground mines. However, small-scale gold mining is still common, especially in third-world countries. A recent study by Australian scientists found that termites have been found to excrete trace deposits of gold. According to the CSIRO, the termites burrow beneath eroded subterranean material which typically masks human attempts to find gold, and ingest and bring the new deposits to the surface. They believe that studying termite nests may lead to less invasive methods of finding gold deposits. where to find gold, how to find gold, minerals, mineral identification, gold mine, gold, the mine, mining gold, how do i find gold, rocks and minerals gold bug 2 mine lab garret how to pan for gold gold bug 2 arizona gold prospecting little san domingo wash linx lake Arizona desert Gold mining in Alaska Gold in California Gold nugget Gold panning Gold Prospectors Association of America Gold rush Hushing Mineral exploration Placer mining Recreational gold mining little san domingo wash lynx lake GPAA how to
Views: 9580 GOLD RUNNERSS
On this episode of Digging Australia we head south seeking gold rush history. I hope you enjoy the video :) Digging Australia on Instagram: https://instagram.com/digging_australia/ Digging Australia Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/DiggingAus/?ref=br_rs Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3iGdJI2o7IfS4KEStH7o_w Global Detection Adventures: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFDVYs9gYXREkN0OZx6hXjw/feed Detectors used: *Garrett AT Pro International Cameras: *Nikon Coolpix *Olympus EM10 Digging tools: *Lesche hand digger *Sampson T handle shovel Music: *https://soundcloud.com/ironbarkbob (Robert Stanley) *Purple Planet music *www.bensound.com Feel free to Comment, Share and Subscribe! Thanks For Watching!
Views: 8782 Digging Australia