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Report - Zeche DB - Germany, Nov 2013

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by Ric, Nov 13, 2013.

  1. Ric

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    Back to the Ruhr, I've had a bit of time over a working weekend in Germany so decided to hit up one of the great collieries which should really get more attention for it's amount of awesome features.

    I've seen a few pictures of DB before and I was hoping it had not changed too much, some of the reports I'd seen where over 2 years ago, luck would have it that it's hardly changed, all the features i was hoping to find where still there and I really enjoyed the afternoon.

    It's a massive site, you could easily spend a full day here, and see most things, I was slowed down a little bit because of 7 hi-vis RAG workers bumbling around the place doing some form of survey which made for some interesting hide and seek throughout the day.

    Some history:

    On with the pictures, theres quite a few but there is loads to see here:

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    A broken window frame offered me a lovely view of the workers while they had their dinner.

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    The Shaft, where the carriages would rise and descend.

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    Then i headed upwards, to check out the winding machines at the top of the headstock, the view up here was amazing.

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    Then back on the way out, some more of the tippers.

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    Thanks for looking​
     

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