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Share Price: 2.125Bid: 1.75Ask: 2.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Anglesey Mining
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 42.86%Open: 2.125High: 2.125Low: 2.125Yesterday’s Close: 2.125


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followthebear
Posts: 6
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Price:2.50
Mining ????
22 Jan '15
Mining on Anglesey??? Last time there was mining on Anglesey was 1878, or there about's.
 
Divermike
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Price:2.75
Slap
21 Jan '15
I was thinking more "Bucket and spade" to start with, where does your journey take you?
slaphead81
Posts: 10
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Price:2.75
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? - Heavy Plant
21 Jan '15
See a fair bit of heavy mining plant, excavators, face shovels and articulated dumper trucks herading down the M6 and M56 while i was heading in the opposite direction over the past week or two.

Was kinda hoping that this was all destined for our friends on Anglesey. (Fingers crossed)
Divermike
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?
21 Jan '15
Anyone seen any mining equipment travelling down the A55 recently?
followthebear
Posts: 6
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Price:2.88
post cards
7 Jan '15
I am sure investors will be FLOODING in for those post cards
Trev2
Posts: 72
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Price:2.88
Re: DM - Post Cards, Nice one.
6 Jan '15
Opinion remains unchanged, sentiment remains unmoved.
Divermike
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Ha ha
5 Jan '15
Basically we need to sell a lot of postcards to raise some money ........... you would have to be here a long time to undestand that one
Divermike
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follow the bear
5 Jan '15
It depends on what kind of refining process Bil decides on, the refining site (Opposite side of the road to the mine) has nothing on it except, the bare shell of the refining building, I think the helical incline will be dug somewhere over by the "White rock" area with the basic ore transported via a small tunnel under the road, the refined ore will then be transported by lorries/ship to the smelter ..................... so we need a lot of 2nd hand kit !!
followthebear
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Price:2.75
Second hand equipment
30 Dec '14
Can someone explain what type of second hand equipment will be used for this mine
DrRocky
Posts: 251
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.75
coppertop post
26 Dec '14
Its an old article but still relevant. AYM went from a dead cert to a dream then a nightmare. With zinc ore prices going up we may be in the dream stage moving to reality.
Need some government grants and cash from a smelter.





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