Zeche Recklinghausen II

Zeche Recklinghausen II

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Recommended by 378 out of 417 cyclists


  • Gregor

    One of so many .....
    The old winding tower, adjacent to the park and the skate park on the Dragon Bridge.
    Due to the "neighborhood" to the heap Hoheward and the coal mine Ewald maybe a little less noticed.
    Still definitely worth a visit.

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    • November 18, 2018

  • Mike

    The Recklinhausen II colliery can be easily reached from the Hohewart stockpile above the Drachenbrücke bridge. Today, the coal mine still maintains chewing and administration buildings. The day facilities of Recklinghausen I have been a listed building since 1981. At Recklinghausen II in Hochlarmark, the headframe from shaft IV “Konrad Ende” and the restored steam carrier in the neighboring machine house still bear witness to the mining history. This steam engine from 1967 is also the last one that was built for German coal mining and for industrial purposes in general. The Recklinghausen training mine of RAG is located under the former slag heap at the Recklinghausen II colliery.

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    • June 13, 2020

  • Bogi

    Malocht used to be here, today it is chilled.

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    • May 23, 2020

  • Jan

    Today a rotten information label about shaft 1, a double protector cover on shaft 2 and the conveyor frame on shaft 4.

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    • July 21, 2019

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Location: Ruhr Region, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany


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