BRITISH COLUMBIA – Bralorne Gold Mines of Vancouver has drilled385.7 g/t Au (uncut) over 1.2 metres at its BK (Bralorne King) property near Gold Bridge. The intersection is located just west of the underground development underway in the BK-3 zone. The company plans to drift over to the newly drilled area and investigate further.
Bralorne’s 2012 underground drill program is focused on the BK gap area between the old Bralorne and King gold mines. Together these former mines produced nearly 3 million oz of gold from 1928 to 1971. The geology is similar to that of world class vein-type gold deposits in the Timmins and Yellowknife camps.
The company is also testing the Bralorne-Pioneer gap area from surface.
Contact CEO William Kocken at 604-682-3701.