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木屋瀬炭鉱 (Koyanose Tankō)

木屋瀬炭鉱は福岡県北九州市八幡西区にあった炭鉱。 当初は金剛炭鉱と呼ばれ、明治35年頃に木屋瀬炭鉱と改称。その後鉱業権は点々とし、大正10年12月、帝国炭業株式会社が買収。 大正11年にピークを迎え、本坑、高谷坑、野面坑、宮ノ下坑、宮ノ下新坑、末吉坑、笹田坑があり、3000人近い労働者を擁したという。 昭和4年5月、麻生商店に買収され九州鉱業株式会社の管理下に。その後も鉱業権は移り、昭和37年閉山。 地図位置、鞍手軽便鉄道の野面駅(のぶ - )跡付近に金丸坑(金丸鉱山?)が位置した。 エンドレス橋脚跡と見られる煉瓦遺構などがわずかに残る。木屋瀬地域交流センター近くの畑に関連と見られる煉瓦遺構がある。

Kiyase Coal Mine

Kiyase Coal Mine was a coal mine located in Yahata West District, Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture. Initially it was called Kaneko Coal Mine, renamed Kiyase Coal Mine around the Meiji era. Afterwards mining rights were pointed out, Imperial Coal Industry Co., Ltd. acquired in December of Taisho era. It peaked in November 11, and it has the main pit, Takaya pit, Nojima pit, Miyanoshita pit, Miyanoshita Shinpito, Sueyoshi pit and Sasada pit and said that it had nearly 3,000 workers. In May 1964, it was acquired by Aso Shoto and under the control of Kyushu Mining Co., Ltd. After that the mining rights shifted, closed in 1962. Kanemaru pit (Kanemaru mine?) Was located near the map position, the scene of the scene stadium (babo -) of the Kurakotan light railroad. A few brick remains and remains to be seen as an endless piers trace. There are brick remains that are related to the field near Kiyase area exchanges center.

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