About: Incredibly Rare Wooden Ore Cart Found Inside A Mine!
:) . Definightly some nice faulting in there. Loving the workmanship on the wooden ore cart, absolute masterpiece, hope it ends up either undisturbed or in a museum one day.
Brandon is buried under that rock.
A treat of a mine to find, especially with the ore carts so well preserved. I can't imagine how difficult it would have been to haul a loaded ore cart up that winze though.
The wooden one was probably for material transport.
How old might it be?
Some of the old oil drums had a couple rolled eye beam shaped rims that circled the drum, at about one third the distance from the bottom to the first rim. I am guessing 1920's or earlier. Made them easy to turn on their sides and roll around. Similar in function to the vee shaped stiffeners that were later formed as part of the sheet metal on oil drums for instance in the 1930's. I happened to see one drum, I should have picked it up that was embossed 35 on the top, I am guessing it was from 1935. Some tin cans were marked in a similar date stamp on the lid.
The LED light blocks the glitter look. Catch it as the brightness fades away to the edge of the light just barely.
I get it, if everybody took just one thing soon there would be nothing!!! Explorers code. Pictures are worth everything!!
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I saw the Thumbnail and thought "this is one of those model scenes for sure! I got him this time!" no it's real, fuck.
almost directly center of the screen is a face, it looks like anime. Eyes nose and mouth and chin are present.
I thought I was going to hear "geeeeeeet oooooooouuuuuut" in a whisper voice
Amazing not only that you found the ore cart in tact, but that it MOVED! The wheels weren't frozen. So cool. Love your videos. Thank you so much for posting them!
You must be using an LED light with different brightness settings. Typically on the lower settings the LEDs are rapidly switched on and off to reduce the amount of light, but it also can create flicker issues. Using the brightest setting will usually eliminate the LED switching and thus the flicker.
You're really nice.
It must be nice when they are dry. That wooden mine cart was awesome. Did not think you would find such a thing in that condition.
If that mine is as remote as you guys say it is those ore carts are safe for another 100 years! :)
liked this mine
Expected a Sleestak to wake up in there.
En castellano por favor