Much of all the mine work had started by a series of trenching, and test pitting to comfirm if these readings were actually true. So nevertheless these readings became so accurate that high-grade ore was coming from these explorational phases. As company officials had seen this all taken place they immediately wanted to start production on their new project. By 1952, all mining operations were being mainly done by an open pit method till the two compartment shaft was establish one year later. As construction commenced the two compartment shaft was now reaching 480 feet below surface levels and had included 8,563 feet of lateral development. All of this production was commonly known to have been constructed on 4 ore producing levels which were situated on 92, 192, 317, and 442 fool levels. These levels became identify as high end ore production zones which yield several amounts of metal resources. As underground operations had gotten underway the Tech Exploration Company Limited had soon started to perform over 23,000 feet of drilling. They also constructed over 16,000 feet of surface drilling towards its Ryan Lake Mine Site. That's how aggressive the newly form New Ryan Lake Mines Limited had gotten towards this operation phase. After successfully extracting several amounts of high-grade ore from its pit and underground mining operations, the company needed to design and develop a milling compound to process all of this ore. Soon enough the newly form New Ryan Lake Mines Limited would end up putting new development phases towards its own 75 ton milling facility. After successfully constructing this massive mill compound the company was able to process 163,490 tons of ore in 1957. Once the processed concentrate was ready to be loaded onto locomotive carts, it was then shipped to Noranda. Another historical transformation had happened in 1954 when the New Ryan Lake Mines Limited decided o transfer its own files to the Min Ore Mines Limited. Shortly after this corporation decided to fold its interest in further development as the ore was not considered to be as rich. Nevertheless this mining venture had never seem to go out of business as it was purchase by another mining firm who had interest in developing this project. This new corporation was commonly identified as the International Ranwick Limited. Not much work had came from this company as they only did small amounts of work towards the Ryan Lake Mine Deposit. In general the work had included a whole new construction phase as more then 100 feet of drifting became conducted, and over 6,700 feet of diamond drilling was perfor. However like all mining companies this one had also folded its own game as not enough resources were being taken from this deposit in 1959.
Three years later, after The Ryan Lake Mine had lay dormant, it was required by another mining corperation known as Pax International Mines Ltd. Historically, this corporation was only known to have done a small amount of work towards the Ryan Lake Mine Pit. After assay results were not so encouraging to commence mining operations, the company also decided to abandon mining operations Nevertheless after Pax Internationqal Mines Ltd. had shut all operational levels down, it wouldn't conduct any more production till 1964. Another explorational phase became constructed when company owners decided to try geochemical surveying on this claim. These readings had soon gaven off another potential life production for the Ryan Lake Mine Project. Soon enough Pax International was ahead of its own game when another 650 feet of underground development was underway after all the water had been pumped out. While development phases were being perform, company officials also started on a whole new drilling program. More then 13,167 feet of surface and underground diamond drilling was becoming perform on this very location. As small amounts of ore was recovered from the Ryan Lake Mine, the company decided to upgrade its 75 ton mill to a 150 ton mill production level. Another important structure was also erected that became known as the roasting and leaching plant. More than 20,000 tons of medium grade ore was being produced from the tailings and its underground mine operational levels. Shortly after producing a small amount of resources from the Ryan Lake Mine, the company had no other choice but to also suspend operations for good. Not enough resources were being mined to keep it going for longer periods of operating. The Ryan Lake Mining Project was slowly becoming abandoned till it was purchased by another mining legend known as Cominco Limited. Only a small amount of explorational work was being establish by this company as they performed many different type of explorational methods. Some of these methods had included geological, geochemical, and geophysical surveys. They also did a small amount of diamond drilling but never rally uncovered a profitable ore deposit from this claim. As production suspended the mine never did go back into production until 2003, when Pacific Comox Resources decided to do testing for molybdenum. This program was known to have cost significant amount of money towards the companies budget, but large amounts of ore keeps on being discovered on the Ryan Lake Property. Production at this claim is uncertain but company officials hope to connect the two mine sites together to perform one large mining operation. These resources are known to hold a grade of 5.4 pounds per ton of Molybdenum, and 0.2 present copper in all production. Another discovery that's located within the Ryan Lake Mining zone is known to average 7.4 pounds of Molybdenum per ton of rock, and includes a 0.3 present copper grade. Some other discoveries which had taken its own shape on this claim were known as the south zone. Generally the south zone was considered to be located on another potential copper mine that was known for averaging 1.3 present copper and 0.21 ounces of silver per a ton of extracted rock.