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The Marp Mine is a limestone/carbonates mine.1
The Marp Mine in Victoria is a mine about 330km west of Melbourne (show me). The Marp Mine is about 59m above sea level. The Marp Mine is one of the westernmost mines in Victoria.
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The nearest populated place is the village of Dartmoor which is 9.3km away with a population of around 250 (show me a map with Marp Mine and Dartmoor).
The nearest sealed road to Marp Mine is the Princes Highway (6.48km away).
1Victorian Initiative For Minerals And Petroleum (vimp), 1996. The Geology Of The Glenelg Region, North West Vimp Area. Vimp Report 13. Energy And Minerals Victoria