10 One Gold-Mining Story

One Gold-Mining Story

Posted on July 9, 2011 by kulichik

Today you will get a unique opportunity to see the gold mining process with the eyes of a seasonable laborer.

The pictures below are made by the laborers of a gold-mining artel located in Yakutia in 2008 and reveal the entire process of the gold-mining technology.

An area with the size equal to a football field is first cleaned from the leaves.


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10 Responses to “One Gold-Mining Story”

  1. Excellent article.Which area is this located in or what part of Russia? I don’t think I will travel there to get a few flakes of gold dust.I’m just curious.This is another great article in a list of many that are posted on this site.

  2. testicules says:

    That is going to make a lot of Russian dentist happy. More gold teeth to cap

  3. George Johnson says:

    I prospect for gold here, and it’s hard dirty work. And the only people that make the money, are the ones at the top. I do it for fun mostly though.

    If you REALLY want gold, figure out a way to extract it from sea water. TONS of gold locked up in sea water. Just google that one.

  4. Boritz says:

    So, there is fire on dredging machine. It becomes repaired. Then it sinks. What becomes of the workers?

  5. René De Beaumarchais says:

    I don’t think most of the people gold-mining do it for the money.

  6. SMERSH says:

    In the US and Canada that big machine is known as a bucket-line dredge. Cool article, thanks.

  7. Akasha says:

    Love the butterflies <3

  8. testicules says:


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