Péchon (Belgium)

Two remaining headstocks of shaft n° 5 of the ‘Charbonnages de Marcinelle-Nord’, that later became shaft n° 25 of the ‘Charbonnages de Monceau-Fontaine’, also known as ‘Péchon’. The coal mine was found in 1910 and reached 1.220 meters. After many accidents and even deaths, the mine closed on the 31st of March 1975.

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