It’s a mine where miners are known to be a group of hard-working and passionate people who are passionate about their work.

The mine is one of the largest in the world and sits near a major source of silver for the United States.

The Montana Mine, however, has been in a constant state of decline for more than a decade.

A year ago, the mine lost around 25 percent of its workers, and now, according to the Montage Silvermine blog, they’re expecting to lose another 10 percent of the mine’s employees this year.

The Mine is located in the Montagedie, Colorado town of Montagede.

It was originally built in 1871 as a silver mine and it operated until the mid-1930s, when it was closed due to the war.

It’s now part of the Montages Silver Mine Co. The mines history is rich and varied.

Its mining history goes back to 1877 when a group known as the “Black Powder Crew” came to Colorado and began digging for silver.

The Black Powder Crew eventually formed an alliance with miners in the nearby town of Cima and began mining the area.

The miners then moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado, where they found an abundance of silver.

In 1929, they built a mine in the town of Silver Lake and operated it until 1968.

During the war, the Black Powder crew returned to Colorado to operate the Silver Lake Mine.

The Silver Lake mine eventually became a major silver mine producing nearly 300,000 ounces of silver in the 1950s and 1960s.

However, in the mid-’70s, the Silver Mine Company, a subsidiary of Montage, was bought by the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA).

The Silver Mine began shutting down in the 1980s.

In the late ’80s, a major expansion of the Silver Mines operations was completed and the Silver Mining Company (SMC) opened a new mine at the Montalede mine.

In 2007, the SMC purchased the Silver Montaged Mine Co., which now controls the Montager Silver Mine, the second-largest silver mining operation in the country.

The new Montagedine Silver Mine was built in 2014 and has grown to produce more than 500,000 metric tons of silver annually.

The latest news is that the Montagem Mine will be closed for at least three years, as the Silvermont Silver Mine and Montagedite mines continue to suffer from declining profits.

This article originally appeared on Business Insider.