Drifts were cut near Post Gate Hill around 1870, traces of these remain although now appear to be used as a modern water source.
The only sizeable remains on the site are those of a bridge under which an incline from the mine site seems to have run. The tramway from this location entered a tunnel around NZ 774054 then travelled below Glaisdale village and emerged onto a trestle bridge near the ironworks around NZ 777055.
This attractive packhorse bridge crosses the Esk near Glaisdale
The structure bears the date 1619 and the initials T.F. for Thomas Ferris
There are a couple of stories about the bridge, so just choose the one you prefer. Lost love and the Spanish Armada or less fancifully a tramp