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Abandoned Mine Lands - Physical Safety Hazard Gallery


Sacramento Mountains Abandoned Mine Land (AML) Physical Safety Hazard project before and after pictures.

                Before                                After

A Cupola is installed to provide acces to wildlife and safety to the public.Shaft Cupola 
A Cupola is installed in the Sacramento Mountains AML Physical Safety project over a vertical opening to protect the public from accidents and provide access to wildlife. 

                                   

                                        

 

                                                               Before                                     After
Bat gate is installed to provide access to wildlife and protect public safety.Bat Gate
A bat gate is installed in the Sacramento Mountains AML Physical Safety project to provide access to wildlife but not humans.  

 

       

                  Before                                             After

A shaft is filled with dirt to improve the enviroment and protect the public.Shaft Backfill 
A vertical shaft is filled with dirt to improve the environment and protect the public from accidents.