Zeche Rhein Preußen I / II (Germany)

The abandoned Malakow tower of Rhein Preußen. Although large parts of the coal mine have been demolished, other were left standing, of which certain parts house a mining museum.

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2 responses to “Zeche Rhein Preußen I / II (Germany)”

  1. arturrr says :

    Very nice!

    gretts
    Artur

    http://arturrr.wordpress.com/

  2. Joel says :

    Yes, I know this tower, too. It´s ridiculous when you know how it looked like when it was working…
    Bur you took nice pictures from it.😉

    http://www.der-foerderturm.de/rhpreu/rheinpreussen1-2-ger.htm

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