Search results “Silverbell arizona mining town”
Road to SilverBell
Ghost town "Silver Bell" "The Hell Hole of Arizona"
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Sasco Smelter AZ
The SASCO Smelter was built in 1906 and was open for business in 1907 to process copper ore from surrounding mines including the Silver Bell Mine. In 1912, the company filed bankruptcy and closed until ASARCO mining bought it and reopened the smelter. The town and it's workers were decimated during the Spanish Flu epidemic in 1918 and the Silver Bell mine and Sasco smelter were closed in 1921. Only some free standing walls of the pub, the walls of the jail, the foundations of the smelter, chimney base and railroad trestles are left. The Sasco Cemetery is located northeast of the town site, next to the La Osa Ranch house. Sasco is a great place to go and explore but remember to take plenty of water and watch out for air soft marksmen. Credit for the historic pictures goes to Wikipedia.org at this address https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sasco,_Arizona
Views: 420 molonlabe2010
Ghost Town Trip-6/7/09
Brat And I On A Trip To Sasco Mining Ghost Then Around To Silverbell. In AZ
SilverBell ??
Looking for "Silver Bell", "The Hell Hole of Arizona"
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Silverbell Road
Chasing Wade.
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SilverBell Mystery
Maybe an early 20th century hoax, but, still rather puzzling. A Roman colony in the early Americas? This is the entire talk from the 1990 FortFest. The video is one of the 200+ talk maintained by the International Fortean Organization (INFO ) where DVDs are available http://www.forteans.com
Views: 210 VideoDave2
Silverbell Mine Tour
A sideshow (!) in the Pawnee of the mine located 6 miles West of El Tiro Gliderport. High noise as flown in a side (forward) slip, to keep the left wing down throughout the turn. Never closer than 1000' to the ground. GoPro was mounted to the inside of the perspex door (using the suction mount). Unfortunately the vibrations of the perspex cause a rather blurred end result.
Views: 207 Av8v1
The Ghosts of Silverbell
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Sasco Arizona
Sasco is a ghost town located in Pinal County, Arizona, west of Red Rock. Sasco, which is an acronym for the Southern Arizona Smelter Company, was a company town with a large smelter that served several mines. Once an impressive and little-known ghost town
Views: 61 Discoverydavecarr
Road from SilverBell Graveyard to Sasco , AZ
on the road to Sasco in the ironwood National forest. Song is "We all die" by Cat power
Views: 348 TheDdBob
Columbia & Silver Bell Mine
Columbia, Silver Bell, Martinez and Ripsey Mine. Also various clipsjjjj
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Silverbell mts ride
Three DRZ's head out to explore the SIlverbell Mountains west of Marana, AZ.
Views: 56 jjb3kgt
Sawtooths of Silverbell, AZ
A quick look at the southern edge of this range with the DJI F550. A difficult spot to drive in and launch from, this was a day full of rough terrain to scout out this place, full of flying and biting insects once there and most of the day shot for flying. Oh well, better than a good day at work. Music is Sevendust (Black).
Views: 168 CLiFF FiNNeY
Dirt Pirates Ep 9 - Silverbell Rd, Tucson
First Hunt of 2018.
Views: 83 Gerald Bond
Silverbell 2015
Silverbell, AZ 3/7/15 Music by Brantley Gilbert "Kick it in the Sticks" and Skrillix "Bangarang"
Views: 208 Angela Price
AZ Ghost Town SASCO in Southern Arizona
The remains of Sasco a town that once had a population of around 600. Many foundations still remain relitivly intact and after a little research you can put the peices together and see how the town looked in its days. (sorry for the unsteady camera was shot from my phone) enjoy.......
Views: 4420 Daniel Campbell
SASCO Mining Town | Exploration and Photography in Southern Arizona 2017 Blog
Camera Crusades; The Adventure Continues... I was told about this place from a friend on facebook and after our discussion I was quickly on Google Earth tracking down its location. It looked like an interesting place to spend an afternoon. A few weeks later plans were made and we set out to explore the place. SASCO is an acronym for the Southern Arizona Smelting Company and the remains of the former town are still in decent condition. A perfect opportunity to photograph this place before its gone. Did you see last week's VIDEO?: https://youtu.be/Thzz-bo5M6I Subscribe to Camera Crusades today! "LIKE" Us On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cameracrusades Follow Me on Instagram: @cameracrusades Read The Blog: https://cameracrusades.wordpress.com/2017/07/17/july-17th-2017-exploring-sasco-mining-town-in-southern-arizona/ Buy Photography Prints: https://www.etsy.com/shop/JManjeotPhotography?ref=hdr_shop_menu Music: "Phantom From Space" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ #photography #cameracrusades #adventure
ghost town
mining town of vulture in arizona
Views: 479 lilmitzi
Gold Rush Expeditions - Dirty Sanchez Mine - Arizona - 2016
The Dirty Sanchez mine is a very old and historic mine, likely dating back to the 1870s. It was first developed by the Juno Group and later separated from the Juno property in the 1950s. The mine is developed on a well defined lode of gold ore that bears native gold and some sulphide silver. Surveyors documented many small veins with gold and iron stained quartz. The northern portion of the mine was closed somewhere around the 1920s because of water intrustion in the mine. It has likely not been accessed since. Pumping out that water would be well worth it to access workings that have not been seen in at least 80 years. The Dirty Sanchez is an excellent mine for small miners, as the ores are clearly defined and easily worked. Gold ore from the mine can be crushed and then panned with little to no machinery.
Driving in the desert by Silverbell Mine
Sonoran desert. Silverbell mine.
Views: 107 Anna LaClair
Legendary Ghost town Explorer Steve goes to Sasco AZ to hunt!!
Legendary Ghost town Explorer Steve goes to Sasco AZ to hunt!! Music: "Nonstop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
Sasco & Silverbell mine  area Drone flight practice
Drone shots and flight time practice
Oro Belle AZ 1976 .wmv
Back then.
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Sasco Road
Video taken from the Desert Beast on Sasco Road.
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Courtland, AZ,
Ghost town
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Road to SilverBell graveyard  in The Ironwood National Forest
on the road to the Silverbell graveyard. SilverBell , AZ in the Ironwood National forest NorthWest of Tucson. Song is "Standing at the Edge" by The Magick Heads
Views: 278 TheDdBob
Red Rock Past and Present
This video hopes to capture the past to the present Red Rock, Arizona. It begins in the ghost town known as Sasco, where smelting ore from the Silverbell and Picacho mines was processed. 600 people lived and worked there around 1900 to 1910. The rock building was the hotel and the cemetary contains the remains of some of descendants of the town as well as the La Osa ranch family. Then we move on the the Custom Feed Lots where cattle are fed before market. We then fly over the more modern part of the Red Rock Community park. Complete with water slide and an awesome, pro designed skate park. Then it's to what most have seen only from the I-10 highway, the Red Rock bar. Sally, the owner stepped out to catch a peek at the filming. The Red Rock water tank along the rail tracks is also a prominent Red Rock icon.
Views: 216 CLiFF FiNNeY
Sasco Road Part 1
Video of our trip down Sasco Road outside of Tucson, AZ. Some neat areas off the road like old remnants of old mining towns, cemenataries, smelting plant and hotel. Also area is used for drug and illegal alien smuggling.
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Silver Bell 4195
Silver Bell 4195' - Ironwood Forest National Monument
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aisoft in tucson
a good place to airsoft thats a ghost town called sasco
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No Entrance to Yuma Mine Arizona
A ride up to Yuma mine. I haven't done this one on camera before. The door was lock but it was fun getting there. Don's Blog http://dredman.com/3years/ You're free to use this song and monetize your video, but you must include the following in your video description: Dobro Mash by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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2012, Special Citation - ASARCO LLC, Amer. Mining Hall of Fame
The Mining Foundation of the Southwest is proud to present a Special Citation to ASARCO LLC and its employees for their 100 years of copper mining and processing operations in Arizona. Beginning in 1912, the year Arizona became a state, the American Smelting and Refining Company opened the Hayden Smelter to process ore concentrates from the Ray Consolidated Copper Company mine located east-southeast of Phoenix -- a mine that was later purchased by ASARCO in 1986 and that has operated for more than 100 years. The smelter has operated nearly continuously since its foundation, updating technology through the years to increase efficiency and environmental controls. It is one of three remaining smelters in the United States and produces copper anodes primarily from internalconcentrates. In addition to the smelter, ASARCO has other facilities in the southwest including the Ray, Silver Bell, and Mission Mines in Arizona and the copper electro-refinery and rod plant in Amarillo, Texas. ASARCO has more than 2,700 employees including those at the Tucson corporate office, the mining and processing facilities, the Copper Basin Railway from Ray to Hayden, and Amarillo, TX. Annual production in 2011 was 409 million pounds of refined copper making ASARCO the third largest producer in the U.S. with significant reserves and exploration potential. ASARCO also produces sulfuric acid. Throughout its history, ASARCO and its employees have persevered during periods of economic downturn, and have striven to improve operational, environmental, and safety performanceIn 2009, ASARCO emerged from a 4-year bankruptcy proceeding that enabled its creditors to be paid in full plus interest and funds to be set aside to completely resolve its legacy environmental obligations. Owing to a strong copper market, ASARCO's copper production is at capacity, employment levels are high, and operations upgrades and expansions are in progress. ~~~~~~~~~~~ The purpose of the non-profit 501c(3) organization Mining Foundation of the Southwest based in Tucson, Arizona is to promote public understanding and education related to mineral resources and the mining industry, both in the U.S and abroad. More information is available at www.miningfoundationsw.org.
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This is a quick look at one of the larger structures located in the ghost town of Sasco, Arizona.
Views: 41 Greydragon389
Helvetia AZ - Then and Now
Kartch Misguided and Stokemeter bring you a glimpse into the past of Helvetia, a present day ghost town located in the Santa Rita mountains of Arizona.
Views: 1260 Stokemeter
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Martinez Mine Exploration
Explored Martinez Mine Recently with some friends.
Views: 184 Ira Brown
Old Dominion Mine Park Globe,AZ
Short walk through and scenery views of the Old Dominion Mine Park in Globe,AZ
Views: 1057 Urban Outdoorsman
Mine Adventure -- Helvetia -- Mine 1 - 1st.entry -
Mine in an old copper mining town from the 1800s. This video is taken about 150 ft into the mine and about 50-70ft below the entrance.
Views: 395 John Carpenter
sasco cqb
tucson az sasco cqb gun cam.(atc)
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Abandoned!!! Rockland Hotel & Sasco Mine Smelter!!!
Check out the Abandoned Rockland Hotel (Sasco Hotel) and the Abandoned Sasco Mine Smelter!! These were amazing!!! Awesome explore with so much history!!! Facebook- www.facebook/Adventuresinaz Twitter- @AdventureInAZ Instagram- @adventuresaz Email- [email protected] #adventuresinaz #adventureon #adventuremore
Views: 659 AdventuresInAZ
old mine nw of tucson
exploring owl head ranch today,we found this old mine shaft
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Jack Handle Trail, Florence Arizona, Trailsoffroad.com
The Jack Handle Trail region is rich in minerals and has been a very influential and profitable region for well over a century now. There are many abandoned as well as active mines in the area. Along the route you will see a spectacular array of desert foliage. From massive saguaros, to towering cottonwoods hidden away deep in one of many secluded canyons that litter the region. But be cautious, this is a desert after all and it's not very forgiving, especially in the summer months. The entire Florence OHV area offers years of available trails to explore and challenge both man and vehicle. Also by visiting the visitors center in nearby historic Florence, AZ you can experience what early desert life was once like, through wonderful displays and a very informed staff. "The Town of Florence was founded in 1866 and is the sixth oldest European settlement in the state of Arizona. Florence is the county seat and is situated in the central portion of Pinal County, Arizona about 45 minutes away from the Phoenix and Tucson metropolitan areas. Three major transportation corridors run through Florence, which include Highway 287, Highway 79 and Hunt Highway. There are many prominent recreational landmarks and areas of interest in and around Florence. The Gila River is a prominent landmark that runs through historic Florence. The Gila River served as the northern border in the Gadsden Purchase in 1854. In addition, Box Canyon, Martinez Canyon, old Silverbell Mine, Coke Ovens and many other sites to the east of Florence provide visitors with fantastic scenic views and an opportunity to hike, explore, off-road, or otherwise enjoy the Sonoran Desert. Also in the area are the Casa Grande Ruins, Lost Dutchman State Park, Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park, Tom Mix Monument, and the Superstition Mountain Wilderness Area." source: http://www.florenceaz.gov/town-history http://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/54-jack-handle
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Sasco Road
2/7/16 - 40 miles north of Tucson is Sasco Road, which leaves from I-10 and heads west across the Santa Cruz River, past Sasco Ghost Town and eventually into the Ironwood Forest National Monument. The scenic road contains a few rough sections and a water crossing but can be completed in any vehicle with moderate clearance. Read more about the history of Sasco on our website: http://azoffroad.net/sasco/4591867402 Watch video from Sasco: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WN6bE... More offroad trails: http://azoffroad.net/offroad-trails/4...
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Sasco Ghost Town Arizona,  Mavic Pro Drone shoot
Sasco Ghost Town Arizona, Mavic Pro Drone shoot Shot on Mavic Pro and Samsung Galaxy SmartCam Music: "Nonstop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
Azurite - Silver Hill mine, Pima Co., Arizona
Exceptional specimen of crystallized azurite from this Arizona loality. No damage.
Views: 55 John Veevaert
#22 Apache Death Cave in Two Guns, Arizona!
Apache Death Cave in Two Guns Arizona on March 22, 2018!
Asarco employee dies in vehicle accident
An Asarco mining company employee is dead after a vehicle collision at the Mission Mine Complex in southern Arizona.
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FAVORITE PLACES: Tucson’s Back Alleys
Favorite Places - Thirteen architects speak thoughtfully and personally about a favorite building, place, or space in Southern Arizona. Throughout 2014, members of AIA Southern Arizona contributed to a series of essays called My Favorite Place in which they shared a building, space or other spot they love in Southern Arizona. The original series was the brainchild of Gillian Drummond of 3 Story Media and was published in the Arizona Daily Star. FAVORITE PLACES: Tucson’s Back Alleys Written and Narrated by Liz Farkas Produced by Andrew Brown and Mark McLemore Videographer/Editor Andrew Brown
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