Die zeche wendel

Die Steinkohlenzeche Wendel (Carreau Wendel) in Petite-Rosselle war einmal der größte Bergbaustandort Frankreichs. 1866 wurden die Schachtanlagen Wendel und Vuillemin abgeteuft, später produzierten 5000 Bergleute bis zu 5000 Tonnen Kohle pro Tag.

1986 wurde der Bergbaustandort geschlossen, später wurde ein Bergbaumuseum eingerichtet.

Copyright: Uwe Wieteck
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Taken: 18/09/2012
Uploaded: 06/11/2012
Updated: 08/04/2014


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