Zeche Carl Funke (Germany)

The only remaining headstock of the coal mine Zeche Carl Funke. Although the surrounding buildings have been torn down, this headstock stands strong in the midst of a recreational forest. The origin of the Carl Funke mine dates back to as early as the 1800’s and closed its doors in 1973.

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