legacy again. While being officially open this mine would produce up to 800 tonnes of ore per day. By 1918 this company would once again transfer its files to The International Nickel Company, also known as INCO. Now with the old Crean Hill Mine at closure it slowly started to flood away. With no more ore production the Crean Hill Mine end it's legacy with 3,028,000 tonnes of ore. More then 43 years late this mine would come back to life once again. In 1966 the Crean Hill Mine was once again explore by INCO who discover ore near the surface.
Company Officials had soon eliminated underground mining as it was replace with open pit mining. While construction was taking place the Crean Hill Mine didn't re-open till 1973. With steady production rates this mine commonly produced more then 4,500 tonnes of ore per day. The ore was mainly shipped by the CPR rail-carts. Ore production continue till this mine came to another closure in 1978, but re-open by October 1986. As
INCO limited became even more wealthier in the Sudbury, Ontario area, they soon put $25 million dollars towards making this mine all electrical. They even provided some renovation money to their own Copper Refinery tank house. By the following may company INCO had once again re-open it's all electrical Crean Hill
Mine. From 1986 to 1999, Crean Hill Mine was commonly known as a steady producer till the company had no choice but to shut down. This decision was made due to ore resources being extremely low in profit. By 2000 INCO had sold its own name to Vale, who has work this mine from 2001 to 2013. But now with no more ore
resource this company is still fighting to keep Crean Hill alive. As it stands this mine is currently on stand by, and exploring for more ore resources. Many abandon place websites make me sick due to the false information they provide. The reason why I say that is because this mine is not abandon what so ever. I manage to get a few shots of the mine even if when it was being close down..