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紀州鉱山(紀和鉱山) (Kishū Kōzan)

紀州鉱山は、三重県熊野市紀和町の鉱山跡。 金・銀・銅・鉛・亜鉛・黄銅鉱・螢石・錫が採掘された。 この地域は小さな鉱山が点在しており、採鉱は奈良時代から行われ、東大寺の大仏建立に献上されたとも伝えられる。 昭和に入り、石原産業により1934年より44年間、大規模な採掘が行われた。1978年5月閉山。 国道311号線沿いにある「瀞流荘駅」と湯元である「湯ノ口温泉駅」の約1kmを、紀州鉱山の鉱山鉄道を利用したトロッコ列車が結んでいる。旧紀和町が観光客誘致のために旧鉱山鉄道を観光鉄道として再生させたもの。

Kishu mine (Kiiwa mine)

Kishu mine is a mining site of Kiiwa cho, Kumano city, Mie prefecture. Gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, chalcopyrite, fluorite and tin were mined. This area is dotted with small mines, it is said that mining was done from the Nara era and was presented to the construction of the Great Buddha at Todaiji Temple. Entering the Showa era, large-scale mining was carried out for 44 years from 1934 by Ishihara Sangyo. Closed mountain in May 1978. About 1 km of "Kyodoroso station" along National Route 311 and "Yunoguchi Onsen Station" which is a hot spring, a truck train utilizing the mining railway of the Kishu mine is tied. The former Kiiwa Town regenerated the former mining railway as a tourist railway to attract tourists.

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