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高窪炭鉱 (Takakubo Tankō)

高窪炭鉱(たかくぼたんこう)は島根県雲南市にあった炭鉱。島根炭田の一つ。 明治22年能義郡(現在安来市)広瀬町の高塚義右衛門が採掘開始。 大正の中期頃まで続き一時休坑となるが、昭和16年12月太平洋戦争に突入すると石炭需要が急増、高窪炭鉱も再開された。昭和19年には島根報国炭鉱と改称、最盛期を迎えた。一時は約200名の従業者を抱えた。地域人口は約400人も増加し、宿舎、学校、商店や飲食店が並んだ。 現地から国鉄木次駅近くの貨車積込場までの間に索道が建設され、ケーブルによって運搬された。 その後出炭量が減少、昭和25年に鎮西工業株式会社島根炭鉱が事業を引き継いだが昭和26年に一時休山。昭和37年3月に閉山した。 宿舎などのコンクリート基礎跡、変電所跡、バス停留所には炭鉱口が残る。

Takako coal mine

Takakubo coal mine (Takakubo Tonou) was a coal mine in Yunnan, Shimane prefecture. One of Shimane coalfields. Meiji 22 Noshi-gun (now Yasugi City) Mr. Takatsuka Yoshonemon in Hirose-cho started mining. Until the middle of the Taisho era, it will be a temporary holiday, but in December 1964 the coal demand soared and the Takubuki coal mine resumed when entering the Pacific War. In 1945 Shimane Renkoku coal mine was renamed, reached its peak. At one time I had about 200 employees. The regional population has increased by about 400 people, lodging houses, schools, shops and restaurants. A cableway was constructed between the local site and the freight loading station near the Kunitomi station, which was transported by cable. After that, the amount of coal was reduced, and in 1951 Shimane Industrial Co., Ltd. Shimane Coal Mine took over the business but temporarily closed in 1951. It closed down in March 1954. Concrete foundation marks such as lodgings, train substations and bus stops have coal mining mouths left.

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