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In terms of Belgian mining industry, this Charbonnage FT was a rather modest coal mine, which was operated for rather a short period of time. In this region coal was already mined from 1755. The French-Belgian company that exploited the mine was established in 1865. It was mined in countless galleries, mostly dug at relatively low depths. Coal was brought up from 1875 to 1935. In 1920, twelve miners died as a result of a gas explosion at the bottom of the mine. From this moment on the activity of the mine started to decline, until in 1929 only one last seat was still exploited. Finally, the mine closed permanently in 1935. At the beginning of the 21st century, the headframes were demolished and only the old buildings remained. Today, after almost 85 years of dilapidation, they are in a particularly bad state. The regional government has taken the necessary steps in recent years to sanatize the site, which is suffering from heavy pollution. Those works will begin soon…
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