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Foto set - Hasard Cheratte

The coal mine 'Hasard Cheratte' In the province of Luik (Liege, Belgium) is a small town called Cheratte. In that little town is an old coalmine called Charbonnages du Hasard. The building is in a typical Malakoff tower and was built in 1907. This way of building dates back from the 19th century and is named after a building in the Russian town Sebastopol. In the german Ruhr-area, one can find lots of these types of buildings. It reminds more of an old castle then a building filled with dressingrooms and showers and such for miners. The mine has four shafts. One in the main building and others in the surrounding area. The deepest shaft is 480 m. Puits Hognée, the shaft on the hill behind the mine, has been used to lift waste material to a spoil tip. In 1977 the corporate buildings of the coalmine in Cheratte was closed.

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