Copper Falls mine

Copper Falls mine

Coordinates: 47°25′30″N 88°12′00″W / 47.425°N 88.200°W / 47.425; -88.200

Copper Falls mine was a set of numerous copper mine shafts and adits south of Eagle Harbor, Michigan. The mine is near the Copper Falls water fall on the Owl Creek and the Copper Falls ghost town.

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