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Scots Goldmine to Reopen

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Scotland's last remaining gold mine is to reopen after a lapse of six years.

Reopening has been facilitated by the strong gold price which is expected to offset the costs of the deep mining operation at Tyndrum in Perthshire.

The site is controlled by Fynegold in turn backed by Canada's Caledonia Mining.

If given the go-ahead by planning authorities, the site is expected to provide skilled, year-round employment for the local populace.

The unique Scots mined gold is expected to command a premium price on the market.

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posted by Catswhiskers @ 5:31 AM 

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