Castle Silver Resources Maps

Level01_A

View looking North through Castle No 3 Shaft showing Level 1 underground workings with grade points from historic drill holes (to date, from Level 1 only). Legend is the grade in ounces/ton Ag. Download PDF

Level01_b

View looking North through Castle No 3 Shaft showing topography from the drone survey flown in the spring of 2016. Level 1 underground workings are shown along with the grade point intercepts from historic underground drilling. Legend show grades in ounces per ton silver. Download PDF

Level01_C

Longitudinal section through Castle No.3 workings. View looking North. Image shows topography from the drone survey completed in the spring of 2016 as well as the underground workings and historic drill hole intersection points (from Level 1 drill holes only). Legend shows grades in ounces per ton silver. Download PDF

Level01_D

Longitudinal section through Castle No.3 workings. View looking North. Image shows topography from the drone survey completed in the spring of 2016 as well as the underground workings and historic drill hole intersection points (from Level 1 drill holes only). Legend shows grades in ounces per ton silver. Download PDF

Level01_E

Longitudinal section through Castle No.3 workings. View looking NE. Image shows topography from the drone survey completed in the spring of 2016 as well as the underground workings and historic drill hole intersection points (from Level 1 drill holes only). Legend shows grades in ounces per ton silver. The two surfaces shown are interpreted upper and lower contacts of the Nipissing diabase sill based on surface geology, underground mapping and historic drill hole information.  Silver mineralization is historically spatially associated with the upper half of this intrusive body. Download PDF

 

Level01_F

Longitudinal section through Castle No.3 workings. View looking NE. Image shows topography from the drone survey completed in the spring of 2016 as well as the underground workings and historic drill hole intersection points (from Level 1 drill holes only). Legend bar shows grades in ounces per ton silver. Image also shows L0E section from 2011 IP survey. Colour gradation for IP indicates High Resistivity (blue) to Low Resistivity (red).  In this section, the blue roughly correlates with the diabase intrusive unit. Download PDF

Level01_G

Longitudinal section through Castle No.3 workings. View looking NE. Image shows topography from the drone survey completed in the spring of 2016 as well as the underground workings and historic drill hole intersection points (from Level 1 drill holes only). Legend shows grades in ounces per ton silver. The two surfaces shown are interpreted upper and lower contacts of the Nipissing diabase sill based on surface geology, underground mapping and historic drill hole information.  Silver mineralization is historically spatially associated with the upper half of this intrusive body. Download PDF

Level01_H

Longitudinal section through Castle No.3 workings. View looking SE along L01 from the 2011 IP survey where resistivity is measured and grades from high (blue) to low (red).  The high resistivity band seen here dipping to the SE roughly corresponds to the diabase intrusive unit. The two surfaces shown are interpreted upper and lower contacts of the Nipissing diabase sill based on surface geology, underground mapping and historic drill hole information.  Silver mineralization is historically spatially associated with the upper half of this intrusive body. The underground workings and historic drill hole intersection points (from Level 1 drill holes only) are shown. The legend bar shows grades in ounces per ton silver. Download PDF

Level01_I

Longitudinal section through Castle No.3 workings. View looking NW along 2011 IP survey line showing underground workings and historic drill hole intersection points (from Level 1 drill holes only). Legend shows grades in ounces per ton silver. Download PDF

Level01_J

Longitudinal section through Castle No.3 workings. View looking North. The surface shown is the interpreted upper contact of the Nipissing diabase sill based on surface geology, underground mapping and historic drill hole information.  Silver mineralization is historically spatially associated with the upper half of this intrusive body. The underground workings and historic drill hole intersection points (from Level 1 drill holes only) are shown. The legend bar shows grades in ounces per ton silver. Download PDF

Level01_K

Longitudinal section through Castle No.3 workings. View looking NE. The surface shown is the interpreted upper contact of the Nipissing diabase sill based on surface geology, underground mapping and historic drill hole information.  Silver mineralization is historically spatially associated with the upper half of this intrusive body. The underground workings and historic drill hole intersection points (from Level 1 drill holes only) are shown. The legend bar shows grades in ounces per ton silver. Download PDF

Level01_L

Longitudinal section through Castle No.3 workings. View looking SW. The surface shown is the interpreted upper contact of the Nipissing diabase sill based on surface geology, underground mapping and historic drill hole information.  Silver mineralization is historically spatially associated with the upper half of this intrusive body. The underground workings and historic drill hole intersection points (from Level 1 drill holes only) are shown. The legend bar shows grades in ounces per ton silver. Download PDF