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Musée de la Mine et des Hommes

Blanzy | Histoire - Technique et industrie
€2.5 - €5
The Blanzy Mine Museum is a Museum opened in 1978, the former mining site of the Blanzy commune in Saône-et-Loire.

Until the closure of the 'background' (extraction) in 1992, and 'Day' (surface activity) in 2000, Blanzy site was, with that of Kalamazoo, one of the three coalfields Burgundy, operated since the 16th century.
The Claude pit was retained up to 35 meters, it is equipped with a cage and a dumpster, 600 metres from railways are maintained with 60 wagons, sedans and trucks. The engine room dates back to 1877. In 200 metres from equipped galleries are presented the different modes of coal mining: of the Blanzy pic to the Jackhammer or the tray-Planer (single machine in France).

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  • Name: Musée de la Mine et des Hommes
  • Address: Puits Saint-Claude - 34, rue du Bois-Clair - 71450 - Blanzy - France
  • Phone: (33) 03 85 68 22 85




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