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    Scene in a German metalliferous mine just the change of shift.

    Scene in a German metalliferous mine just the change of shift. The miners and the women pit-head workers listen while the mine engineer reads prayer. The foreman is descending the shaft, foreground, to supervise the change of shift, his oil lamp in his hand. From ‘Underground Life; or, Mines and Miners‘ by Louis Simonin (London, 1869). Wood engraving. 、クレジット:World History Archive/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。

    商品コード: 2018122501772

  • 2020年09月25日
    Mining in the Erzgebirge

    25 September 2020, Saxony, Oberwiesenthal: Christian Zinnecker, mining engineer, is working on a hammer drill in the Niederschlag mine of the Erzgebirgische Fluss- und Schwertspatwerke GmbH. Around 300 metres underground, fluorspar and barite - an important raw material for the chemical industry and the building materials sector - are mined here. The first part of the processing starts here with pre-crushing. The concentrate is then transported to a special processing plant in the Nickelhütte Aue. To meet the increasing demand for raw materials, approaches are being sought in Germany and the EU to secure raw material supplies and establish binding environmental standards. With centuries of experience and modern projects in active mining, raw material extraction and remediation, Saxony is leading the way. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092808824

  • 2020年09月25日
    Mining in the Erzgebirge

    25 September 2020, Saxony, Oberwiesenthal: Christian Zinnecker, mining engineer, is working on a hammer drill in the Niederschlag mine of the Erzgebirgische Fluss- und Schwertspatwerke GmbH. Around 300 metres underground, fluorspar and barite - an important raw material for the chemical industry and the building materials sector - are mined here. The first part of the processing starts here with pre-crushing. The concentrate is then transported to a special processing plant in the Nickelhütte Aue. To meet the increasing demand for raw materials, approaches are being sought in Germany and the EU to secure raw material supplies and establish binding environmental standards. With centuries of experience and modern projects in active mining, raw material extraction and remediation, Saxony is leading the way. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092808827

  • 2020年09月25日
    Mining in the Erzgebirge

    25 September 2020, Saxony, Oberwiesenthal: Christian Zinnecker, mining engineer, is working on a hammer drill in the Niederschlag mine of the Erzgebirgische Fluss- und Schwertspatwerke GmbH. Around 300 metres underground, fluorspar and barite - an important raw material for the chemical industry and the building materials sector - are mined here. The first part of the processing starts here with pre-crushing. The concentrate is then transported to a special processing plant in the Nickelhütte Aue. To meet the increasing demand for raw materials, approaches are being sought in Germany and the EU to secure raw material supplies and establish binding environmental standards. With centuries of experience and modern projects in active mining, raw material extraction and remediation, Saxony is leading the way. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092808993

  • 2020年09月25日
    Mining in the Erzgebirge

    25 September 2020, Saxony, Oberwiesenthal: Christian Zinnecker, mining engineer, is working on a hammer drill in the Niederschlag mine of the Erzgebirgische Fluss- und Schwertspatwerke GmbH. Around 300 metres underground, fluorspar and barite - an important raw material for the chemical industry and the building materials sector - are mined here. The first part of the processing starts here with pre-crushing. The concentrate is then transported to a special processing plant in the Nickelhütte Aue. To meet the increasing demand for raw materials, approaches are being sought in Germany and the EU to secure raw material supplies and establish binding environmental standards. With centuries of experience and modern projects in active mining, raw material extraction and remediation, Saxony is leading the way. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092809018

  • 2020年09月25日
    Mining in the Erzgebirge

    25 September 2020, Saxony, Oberwiesenthal: Christian Zinnecker, mining engineer, is working on a hammer drill in the Niederschlag mine operated by Erzgebirgische Fluss- und Schwerspatwerke GmbH. Around 300 metres underground, fluorite and barite - an important raw material for the chemical industry and the building materials sector - are mined here. The first part of processing starts here with pre-crushing. The concentrate is then transported to a special processing plant in the Nickelhütte Aue. To meet the increasing demand for raw materials, approaches are being sought in Germany and the EU to secure raw material supplies and establish binding environmental standards. With centuries of experience and modern projects in active mining, raw material extraction and remediation, Saxony is leading the way. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092808608

  • 2020年09月25日
    Mining in the Erzgebirge

    25 September 2020, Saxony, Oberwiesenthal: Christian Zinnecker, mining engineer, is working on a hammer drill in the Niederschlag mine of the Erzgebirgische Fluss- und Schwertspatwerke GmbH. Around 300 metres underground, fluorspar and barite - an important raw material for the chemical industry and the building materials sector - are mined here. The first part of the processing starts here with pre-crushing. The concentrate is then transported to a special processing plant in the Nickelhütte Aue. To meet the increasing demand for raw materials, approaches are being sought in Germany and the EU to secure raw material supplies and establish binding environmental standards. With centuries of experience and modern projects in active mining, raw material extraction and remediation, Saxony is leading the way. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092808963

  • 2020年09月25日
    Mining in the Erzgebirge

    25 September 2020, Saxony, Oberwiesenthal: Christian Zinnecker, mining engineer, is working on a hammer drill in the Niederschlag mine of the Erzgebirgische Fluss- und Schwertspatwerke GmbH. Around 300 metres underground, fluorspar and barite - an important raw material for the chemical industry and the building materials sector - are mined here. The first part of the processing starts here with pre-crushing. The concentrate is then transported to a special processing plant in the Nickelhütte Aue. To meet the increasing demand for raw materials, approaches are being sought in Germany and the EU to secure raw material supplies and establish binding environmental standards. With centuries of experience and modern projects in active mining, raw material extraction and remediation, Saxony is leading the way. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092809028

  • 2020年09月25日
    Mining in the Erzgebirge

    25 September 2020, Saxony, Oberwiesenthal: Christian Zinnecker, mining engineer, is working on a hammer drill in the Niederschlag mine of the Erzgebirgische Fluss- und Schwertspatwerke GmbH. Around 300 metres underground, fluorspar and barite - an important raw material for the chemical industry and the building materials sector - are mined here. The first part of the processing starts here with pre-crushing. The concentrate is then transported to a special processing plant in the Nickelhütte Aue. To meet the increasing demand for raw materials, approaches are being sought in Germany and the EU to secure raw material supplies and establish binding environmental standards. With centuries of experience and modern projects in active mining, raw material extraction and remediation, Saxony is leading the way. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092808801

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