Musée de la Mine Le Molay Littry


Useful Information

Location: Le-Molay-Littry
Open: APR to last Sun in SEP Tue-Sun, Hol 10-12, 14-18.
[2009]
Fee: Adults EUR 5, Children (3-18) EUR 1.50.
Groups (15+): Adults EUR 3.90, Children (3-18) EUR 1.50.
[2009]
Classification:  Coal Mine
Light: electric.
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Guided tours: D=100min.
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Address: Musée de la Mine Le Molay Littry, rue de la Fosse Frandemiche, 14330 Le-Molay-Littry, Tel: +33-231-228910, Fax: +33-231-228910. E-mail: contact
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History

 
1902museum founded.
1997museum was renovated.

Geology


Description

The Musée de la Mine Le Molay Littry is the oldest museum in France dedicated to coal mining, and was founded in 1902. Main exhibits are modern mining equipment and a model of the fosse n°5 (shaft #5) of the Frandemiche mine in Bruay-en-Artois. There is an extraordinary steam engine built by the brothers Périen. There is also a replica of an mine tunnel. One exhibitions shows archaeologic remains which were discovered in old wells. The tour is self guided with an audioguide system and includes an film.


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