-Weckesheim- Freilichtmuseum

Im Reichelsheimer Stadteil Weckesheim entstand Anfang der 90er Jahre ein kleines Freilichtmuseum, wo man die Gerätschaften der Tagebaue aus den Wetterauer Braukohleabbauen besichtigen kann. Zu sehen sind Baggerschaufeln, Loren und eine E-Lok, welche das Bild in der Wetterau von Anfang der 60er 30 Jahre lang bis Anfang der 90er nachhaltig prägte.

Copyright: Markus Freitag
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Taken: 16/09/2011
Uploaded: 18/09/2011
Updated: 15/08/2014


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