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Colesbukta

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Cole­s­buk­ta was a small Rus­si­an sett­le­ment that was used until 1962 to ship coal that was mined in neigh­bou­ring Grum­ant­by­en. Then, the mine was clo­sed, for geo­lo­gi­cal rea­sons, as they say. A few buil­dings and other remains can still be seen in both sett­le­ments, the remains pro­vi­de an inte­res­ting area to explo­re and to pho­to­graph.

Some buil­dings and arte­facts in Cole­s­buk­ta (and Grum­ant­by­en) are pro­tec­ted becau­se they are older than 1946. It is not allo­wed to camp or to make a fire in the­se are­as, inclu­ding a safe­ty zone of 100 metres. This inclu­des struc­tures that may be hid­den in the ground.

Around 2010, the Rus­si­an Trust Ark­ti­ku­gol had plans to revi­ve coal mining acti­vi­ties in Cole­s­buk­ta, but not­hing has come out of it so far.

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