That sound you hear in the background is the hoist control of the Quincy Mine just outside Hancock, Michigan, where we’re heading today.
Quincy is sort of the Madison Square Garden of the northern Michigan ghost mining world. During its lifetime, the Quincy was the 2nd most profitable mine in Keweenaw County. Whereas the Adventure Mine, which was huge, was 7 levels deep, the Quincy Mine is 92 levels deep – that’s two full miles into the ground.
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