Bay Silver Property

Miners in front of drift on old United Empire mine, Bay Silver Property. Taken in 1926.


The Bay Silver property includes the old United Empire mine from which limited production of high-grade silver was seen in the 1930’s. Ore from the mine was shipped to the valley floor below by way of a tramline, portions of which still remain on the property.

The property contains numerous silver-rich showings some of them developed by hundreds of feet of tunnels. In 1983 and 1984, high-grade ore was trenched from silver- lead- zinc veins, first explored in 1919.

Silver Grail and Teuton Resources jointly own the property. It is situated a few kilometres north of Stewart, British Columbia, overlooking the town and deep water port.

Tramline from Bear River Valley floor to United Empire mine.