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Museum Steinarbeiterhaus Hohburg - "Schütttricher mit Aufzug im Steinbruch Lüptitz" (museum-digital:deutschland)
Museum Steinarbeiterhaus Hohburg Fotosammlung [2019_0244]

Schütttricher mit Aufzug im Steinbruch Lüptitz

Schütttricher mit Aufzug im Steinbruch Lüptitz (Museum Steinarbeiterhaus Hohburg CC BY-NC-SA)

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Das Foto zeigt den Schütttrichter im Steinbruch Lüptitz. Zu sehen sind außerdem zwei Dutradumper, die das abgebaute Gestein zum Trichter transportieren. Von dort wurde es von Loren über den Lorenaufzug aus dem Bruch zum Brecher gezogen.
Der Fotograf Horst Steude war selbst als Arbeiter im Steinbruch Lüptitz tätig. Als Amateurfotograf dokumentierte er die Arbeiten im Bruch.

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Fotografie, Papier

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18 x 12,7 cm

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[Last update: 2019/06/19]

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