Gold Standard is developing the South Railroad Project, an open pit, heap leach gold project located in Elko County, Nevada. The project is part of a +21,000 hectare land package on the Carlin Trend, and is 100% owned by Gold Standard. The goal of Gold Standard is to become the low-cost junior producer of choice in Nevada, one of the premier mining jurisdictions in the world.

Overview:

Gold Standard’s Railroad Pinion property is located in the Bullion mining district of the southern Carlin trend in Nevada. The property has two adjacent parts, the North Railroad portion, which includes POD, Sweet Hollow, and North Bullion (collectively called the North Bullion deposits, or the North Bullion area), and the South Railroad portion, which includes Dark Star, Pinion, and Jasperoid Wash.

Gold Standard has drilled 66 new holes on the Railroad-Pinion property in 2019, which post-dated the initial preliminary feasibility study. This drilling was primarily focused on obtaining metallurgy samples, generating geotechnical data, or for exploration of secondary targets.

See Global Resource Statement page for assumptions and notes for each respective resource estimate.