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Machine buildings Radbod, Radbod mine, shaft 1/2

Year of construction
1905/06

Location
Hamm-Bockum-Hövel, An den Fördertürmen (at the winding towers)

Description
The hoisting machine buildings of Radbod mine were built in the years 1905/06 in the historicism style. Round-arched friezes, pilaster strips and the alteration between brick and stucco panels structure the facades.
Inside, two steam-driven hoisting machines are preserved from 1907 and 1908.

Tomson-Trestle with shaft hall Gneisenau mine, shaft 2

Year of construction
1886

Location
Dortmund-Derne, Gneisenauallee

Description
The so-called Tomson-trestle refers to the Ruhr region’s oldest preserved headframe.
The shaft hall belonging to it with refurbished roof and walls was built as a representative brick building in historicism style.

Sterkrade mine, shaft 1

Year of construction
1903

Location
Oberhausen-Sterkrade, Von-Trotha-Straße

Description
The filigree headframe over shaft I of Sterkrade mine in Oberhausen sublimely juts up towards the sky.
It was built in 1903 and is one of the very few preserved three-legged shaft towers in the Ruhr region.
The structure designed in half-timbered construction is connected with a shaft hall that was built as a massive, three-story brick building, reminiscent of the Malakow towers of the 19th century with its historical facade.
Inside of the shaft hall, you reach a pit bank via a steel staircase that still belongs to the original equipment.