Photos of Friedrich Heinrich colliery in the 1950s - part 3 !
Special thanks go to Armin Mesenhol for sending and explaining the photos to me.
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|Some carpenters are trained, as well.||A view into the colliery's workshop.||The day of the face workers' exam.||The colliery's fire brigade.|
|The colliery's room for inhalation.||A x-ray unit in the medical centre.||Another view into the medical centre.||The colliery even ran a library.|
|Sta. Barbara in a church close to the colliery.||New residential areas have been built.||Some of them with detached houses...||...and others with apartment houses.|
|This is the Alte Moerser Street.||This photo shows the Ebert Street.||This is how the miners lived in the 1950s.||In the kitchen of one of the miners' apartments.|
|The residential home for the miners.||And another one for the apprentices.||The workers' "Kasino" is a pub.||The miners could come here for bowling.|
|Additionally there is a miners' choir.||And a miners' band, as well.||Pigeons - the miners' traditional pets.||The school for the young ladies.|