"... From its mouth at Kohlfurth up to the heights at Berghausen, pull like a string of pearls, several hammer mills along the Kaltenbach.
800m south of Wahlert, at the tributary of a sub-deep into the Kaltenbach, lies a desolate hammer mill, the former Friedrichshammer. Individual wall sections of the hammer mill and the vault of an outbuilding on the west side have been preserved. The back of the hammer with the bulk is still there, so the water continues to flow down here. The reservoir of the Nebensiefens and the Obergraben from the Kaltenbach are still preserved. The further course of the upper ditch is dominated by the tram embankment, on the eastern side of which there is another reservoir, which originally also belonged to the hammer mill. Representations of the Friedrichshammer can be found on historical maps such as the original map from 1827 and the Cronenberg overview map from 1820. In addition to the hammer mill, there is another building to the south of the main building and a large reservoir on the north side. ... "
March 13, 2021
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