About: DEEPEST COAL MINE IN EUROPE available for Tourists. #PART 1 | Guido - Poland
i worked at frickley colliery in south yorkshire from the seventy"s to 1992 when it was closed, best years of my working life, thanks for the upload very interesting, brings back lots of great memory's
It should be given back to Germany!
I used to work down Bickershaw Colliery in Leigh Lancashire and when we developed P71's faceline it was 4,400ft (1340mtrs) underground this was the deepest coalface in Europe. It was extremely hot, dusty and a complete disaster as the roof constantly collapsed. The management were warned by experienced miners not to go so far but all they wanted was the record... Eventually this closed the mine that was over 100yrs old
excellent - brings back memories. We had many Polish WWII refugees working in the British mines in the late seventies when I started
It would be good to have tours in English, too (if there aren´t already).
Maybe it is the deepest coal mine for visitors, because coal mines are normally morendangerous of gases etc. But there are at least two visitor salt mines in Germany, where you can go down to 800m. In both you even can drive Bike at some events.
this is without a doubt the very best video on a coal mining tour
Our plasma ultra-wear-resistant cladding technology with equipment and tunneling teeth, that's perfect
Interesting video. I have explored hundreds of Abandoned hard rock mines but would never go into an abandoned coal mine!
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my grandpa that worked in the salt mine in the town of wieliczka was a tour guide of the pope jan paweł II
The differences are amazing. To me. God bless miners of every nation we share a brotherhood
As a coal miner in USA in West Virginia I’d love to do this tour. And explain stuff in English. And explain the differences in how we do things
I was amazed to see phones, videos, electronics etc in a coal mine. When I worked underground in UK coal mines not even digital watches were allowed. Due to risk of explosion from methane. Only specifically designed flame proof elec equip was permitted. Even aluminium was banned as it gave off a spark when struck.
That's exactly right I worked for 3 weeks in underground until they told me that we were mining under the Ohio river I done seen water dripping in from the ceiling I didn't wait for man trip I was heading out if you know what I mean but this mines has excellent roof support I don't know if it was that good when it was operating they might have braced it up more for tourists
Guido is not the deepest coal mine in Europe. It is about 170m deep. There are other coal mines in Poland over 1000meters deep :)
Excellent job that is a neat looking coal mine I would love to work in one
Guido jest niesamowite :) Klikamy dzwonek i zapraszamy do nas :)
Siur, qwa !