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Dalby Stenbrott, Dalby Quarry
Sweden

Dalby stenbrott Dalby gamla stenbrott ligger vid Knivåsen någon kilometer sydost om Dalby samhälle. Brytningen av gnejs började 1893 för makadam till järnvägsbygganden i området. I det nuvarande stenbrottet närmare Dalby bryter Sydsten idag krossprodukter till byggnationer av olika slag och för användning inom lantbruk och hästhållning. Motiv för bevarande Dalby stenbrott är en äldre industrimiljö som var viktig för det från slutet av 1800-talet expansiva järnvägsbyggandet. Fint stenbrott med bra sikt ofta, upp till 15m på bra dagar. Fryser ofta igen på vintern. Här går det att dyka året om, alltid kul dyk med kräftor, fisk och mycket bråte. Vattnet är kallt för det mesta på botten. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Dalby quarry Dalby old quarry located at the knife ridge a few kilometers southeast of Dalby community. Mining of gneiss began in 1893 for rubble to rail builds in the area. In the current quarry closer Dalby breaks Sydsten today aggregates for construction of various types and for use in agriculture and horse management. Grounds for conservation Dalby quarry is an older industrial environment that was essential for it from the late 1800's expansive railway construction. Nicely quarry with good visibility often up to 15m on good days. Freezes often again in the winter. Here it is possible to dive year round, always fun dives with crayfish, fish, and lumber. The water is cold most of the time on the ground.

Copyright: Jan Andersson
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8932x4466
Taken: 19/04/2013
Uploaded: 20/04/2013
Updated: 05/04/2015
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Tags: bad; dykning; natur
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