West-facing aerial view of the town of Buchans, Newfoundland, showing the old mine headframe at the western end of the town, with the tailings pond beyond and to the left of the headframe. Two long core-storage buildings can be seen to the right of centre. The Lucky Strike glory hole is just visible to the right of the headframe. Buchans River runs through the lower right of the photo.
Discovery site of Buchans River Mine (1905-1911). Buchans River is just visible in the mid-distance. The chemostratigraphic-petrographic study cited below was initiated by Peter Tyler (Minco plc); sampling assistance was provided by Joy Yule.
Barrett, T.J., 2012e. Lithogeochemistry and chemostratigraphy of volcanic rocks at Buchans, Newfoundland. Unpublished report for Minco plc - Centrerock Mining, Toronto. 46 pp + 1 table + 2 appendices.