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|Location||North of Rimmington|
|Rocks|| 2 Tin rocks|
5 Copper rocks
6 Iron rocks
3 Clay rocks
2 Gold rocks
|Main music||Unknown edit|
The Rimmington mine is a mine that is located north-east of Rimmington, west of Port Sarim and south-west of Falador. The mine is a huge pit about as large as the town of Rimmington itself. Its major advantage is that it has no aggressive monsters. The mine contains 2 tin rocks, 5 copper rocks, 6 iron rocks, 3 clay rocks, and 2 gold rocks.
Many Non-members use the Gold Rocks here, as they are the best way to mine Gold until access to the Crafting Guild is acquired. Many Members also use the clay rocks in this mine as a quick way to train Construction, by having their player owned houses just down the road in Rimmington. This makes it a good way to get soft clay for furniture, as there is a well in Rimmington.
Players may bank their ore in Falador, Draynor Village, a deposit box in Port Sarim, or a deposit box in Rimmington, which is accessible to members that have completed Rocking Out. Using the Explorer Ring 3's teleport ability can help greatly with banking, although admittedly the cabbage patch is close to the mine itself. With the release of the Dungeoneering skill and the Clan Citadels, it has been proven that using the Clan Vexillum teleport and the Ring of Kinship is an effective way of banking for Non-members (players may bank their ore in Daemonheim and they can teleport to the Clan Camp, which is north of the Rimmington mine).
A Spade respawns in the centre of the mine.
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