Videos Flooded Mine Exploration: The Hubbard Mine admin 9 years ago 15 Comments Prev Article Next Article x Bookmark I recently spent a few hours at the flooded Hubbard Mine with a two-man news crew from the local CBS news station. My previous visit to this interesting mine… Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Abandoned Spaces: Ghost Resort – Phuket Pt.1 admin February 8, 2015 National Trust for Historic Preservation “Miami Marine Stadium Off-Limits Tour” admin April 23, 2015 Western Village (Japanese Theme Park) – Walkthrough admin January 9, 2015 Urban Exploration – ABANDONED / NEW LIFE – Squire House admin February 1, 2015 Zettelwirtschaft, die verlassene Papier Fabrik – Lost Place, the abandoned Paper Factory – Urbex admin November 9, 2014 Drone flight around an abandoned hospital in Germany admin March 14, 2015 About The Author admin More from this Author 15 Comments 1uptospeed November 4, 2014 stop the press. here comes frank. Log in to Reply goldmining12345 November 4, 2014 Awesome Frank! You’re going to be on the news – that’s really something. Log in to Reply Tolik L. November 4, 2014 I still want to do battle with the spooks at the Horton tunnel . Log in to Reply superjet2771 November 4, 2014 Looks like a scene out of “Aliens” Log in to Reply hoseman317 November 4, 2014 Well done as usual Frank! Still believe you could make an interesting History Channel documentary! Keep it up. Log in to Reply Fredrick Laverdiere November 4, 2014 The water creates a very pronounced echo. Log in to Reply ReclusiveMountainMan November 4, 2014 Frank, Congrats on being on the news. You’re surely an expert in the field of mine exploration. One worry I have when it comes to flooded tunnels is the unseen vertical shaft or winze. Is that why you were standing on the ore cart tracks? How can you tell is there is an underwater winze, false floors, etc.? Log in to Reply Graham November 4, 2014 Looks like a typical Oregon mine! Very cool that you got to work with the news crew. Awesome video as always! Log in to Reply Catbat62 November 4, 2014 If there’s a zombie apocalypse, you could just go in a mine and be set! Loved the vid as usual. Log in to Reply ZinitHeroHD November 4, 2014 Hehe Log in to Reply Lynn Moore November 4, 2014 Great video and if you go back to your last video you told me you were visiting a flooded mine and I asked you if it was this one! Lol Only reason being I just watched your two videos on it a few weeks ago. Another interesting fact in this one is what you shared on the cart tracks ,always learn something new and interesting on your videos, thanks so much for all of your time and effort you and put unto these for us! Log in to Reply kamandalu November 4, 2014 again a nice vid frank!,A question,do you have any map or info before you enter/exploring an abandoned mine?to have an idea how far or deep the mine is?or are you just explore it without any knowledge?an you keep on exploring new mines so you know everytime where to look,cruising the miles together!;) thx Log in to Reply Garry Stebbings November 4, 2014 Another good one Frank, looking forward to that newsclip. Thanks Garry. Log in to Reply GogglePlusSucksBalls1 November 4, 2014 Take the news crew to the Horton Mine and tell them that there is a really interesting story there in the back of the mine. Just keep going to the back there, no reason to be afraid. Log in to Reply Jayden Kester November 4, 2014 sweet Log in to Reply Add Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.