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Zollverein Mine "Coking Plant". Part 1. Two of these kits are required to realize the prototype as a model. Contents as follows:
4 furnaces, 1 charging tower, 2 charging machines, 2 pusher cars, 2 coke cars, 4 bridges for gas removal, 3 reversal towers, 3 conveyor belts, 3 reversal towers, 1 smoke stack.
This kit consists of laser-cut, colored cardstock. It has the finest details partially of resin. Extensive instructions for building the kit are included.
Required space for a complete coking plant (2 x Part 1 and 1 x Part 2) is approximately 250 cm x 100 cm / 99" x 39".
Good Luck, Zollverein Coal Mine! The Zollverein is considered one of the most beautiful mines in the Ruhr area. If that is so, then it is the most beautiful mine in the world. The Zollverein Foundation has therefore made great efforts to have the Zollverein cultural landscape put at the top of the list of suggestions for the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. The two architects Fritz Schupp and Martin Kremmer were inspired by the Bauhaus movement. They used the principles of symmetry and geometry in a consistent, harmonious fashion to design this industrial complex arranged on two axes. Their design for the Zollverein Shaft XII is a unique model layout.