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The Ruhr district has arisen and grown by the coal mines as the most important energy supplier for the reconstruction after the war. Thousands of workers came with her families here. There were enough work and apartments. How early settlements were built around a castle, the Ruhr district grew around its coal mines. Today, only a few mines are still operating and some winding towers, some of them are made to industry monuments, show of the former "coal factories".
Once a location of the industry with workplaces for many hundred people. Today a landscape park made for leisure time and culture. The former steelworks direct at the freeway A42 in the Duisburg north.
Part # 8: Sewage plant, portal crane and pipeline in the landscape park Duisburg North
|Part # 9: Ore bunker and blast furnaces of the old steelworks in the landscape park Duisburg North|
|Part # 10: Leisure time plant climbing park in the landscape park Duisburg North|
|Information panels on the area serve the visitor leadership and information. Here, in the shade of the old blast furnaces can everybody move for himself freely and without admission pay. A complete summary of the plant can be seen on the right panel. You can clearly recognize the area of the "Möllerbunker", the three blast furnaces, the sewage plant as well as the double pipeline in the middle diagonal.|
some of the former Möllerbunkern serve as a climbing area of the
German "Alpenverein" registered association, section
Duisburg. Different difficulty were installed here. A cross on the
summit of a mountain and a suspension bridge aren't missing either.
While the older ones practice in climbing, the little ones long slide in the long tube on the playground.
|Some of the former
Möllerbunkern serve as a climbing area of the "Alpenverein"
Kite: Flow Form # 1
Windspeed: approx. 4 -6 m/s, West
Camera: CANON A70
|Different areas offer different difficulty degrees. In the two upper pictures is clear to see the suspension bridge.|
Links to other KAPers and more you can find in my Surfers Guide.
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