Cobalt Historical Society
  • Koza Park display
  • flat cars used underground
  • one of the compressed air line expansion joints
  • Carrier for the Drill Steel Underground
  • Jaw crusher

Heritage Silver Trail
Site 20: Jack Koza Park

This park is named for Jack Koza who operated a used-metal facility on this site for many years. He was also instrumental in starting the Cobalt Mining Museum in the early 1960s.

This site contains an extensive display of mining and milling equipment with excellent and comprehensive signage that explains exactly how tools and machinery were used.

LOCATION: Peters Road, behind the Miners' Tavern at 75 Lang Street GPS: 47.398158, -79.680841

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   21 Silver Street
       Box 309 Cobalt, ON P0J 1C0
   Tel: c/o 705-679-5555

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