Videos Exploring the Earl Wage Mine admin 9 years ago 15 Comments Prev Article Next Article x Bookmark NOTE: This new video of the Earl Wage Mine is an edited version of another recently uploaded video that I have since deleted. In this newer, edited version, … Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts (Urban Exploration) Tone Mill Wellington UK admin December 20, 2014 Step Into Insanity (The Evil Within Episode One) admin January 29, 2015 Haunting Images of Abandoned Places 2014 1080p HD admin October 24, 2014 The Mendoza Line Trailer admin January 8, 2015 o-0._.0-o – rising dreams… admin December 12, 2014 (Urban Exploration) Quality Hotel Plymouth admin January 10, 2015 About The Author admin More from this Author 15 Comments Fredrick Laverdiere November 14, 2014 Well, glad I got to see the original video then, and locate it on my topo map, not that I would go there after seeing how difficult it is to get to the location. Log in to Reply Glen Robinson November 14, 2014 sorry to hear you had to edit it for the nanny state. Both versions are great none the less. Log in to Reply Molon Labe November 14, 2014 very cool, as usual. many videographers/explorers could learn how to properly narrate from your videos. Log in to Reply Chilly Box November 14, 2014 I’v seen a lot of your videos and have been wondering how have you been able to gain information on the mines you visit? Log in to Reply Lynn Moore November 14, 2014 Great video I believe I remember commenting on the wheelbarrow the first time you showed it. But yes this is a fascinating mine explore and the number of yrs it was worked is incredible! Now I was born in the yr Stan autographed the mine and it looks like that was near the end of the line for this mine. But so many interesting things to see in this mine and just seeing what’s around its location shows you guys great determinant to explore it! Thanks as always for taking me a long Frank really love this channel & look forward to your next exploration! Stay safe !! Log in to Reply hoseman317 November 14, 2014 There is one thing that gets to me every time I see one of your videos. Most of the mines are in very remote locations dug many years ago. How in the hell did they lug all that machinery and lumber to all of these remote locations? In some of these mines, the amount of heavy lumber used in incredible and in this video there was some type of ore processing going on. Can you imagine the challenges to get all of this stuff out there and setting it up! Not to mention the carpentry skills required in the mines without the benefit of today’s modern tools! Wouldn’t it be incredible to be a time traveler and to be able to go back in time and actually watch them work these mines? Simply mind boggling. Once again, thanks for another great video! Log in to Reply kamandalu November 14, 2014 thx again that we can look inside a great abandoned mine,it’s everytime someting new to explore ,from my lazy sofa ;) Log in to Reply Felipe Perez November 14, 2014 I appreciate and enjoy all your videos. But I’m curious as to what the security and safety concerns are?. What makes this mine and more or less dangerous than any of the other mines you have explored? Log in to Reply IKS Production Team November 14, 2014 excellent :) Log in to Reply Mike Goodolds November 14, 2014 If you posted the latitude & longitude of your mine visits I may want to visit them too :| Log in to Reply joe m November 14, 2014 Could you go cave diving? (but it might cost a lot) Oh and are you (frank) going back to the honton mine? An I love this vid. very good Log in to Reply Goodoldm November 14, 2014 If you posted the Latitude & Longitude of the Mines you visited some of us would enjoy making the trip too.@Goodolds on #Twitter Log in to Reply tenthsndyearsgoingon November 14, 2014 80miles no road!!!! WTF!!!! Log in to Reply Tracy M November 14, 2014 I love your videos this one was by far the best one I’ve seen! One of my favourites Log in to Reply Garry Stebbings November 14, 2014 Thanks Frank wondered where the original went to, was going to mark it as a favorite, and found it missing. This would be one of your best, really interesting, glad you re-instated it. Log in to Reply Add Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.