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The castle

Dt./Österr. Originaltext dieses Artikels06Infotafel: The castleThe water of the Myra was collected in a reservoir and led through a tunnel of 310 metres into the castle. A pipe of 176 metres length led the water down into the turbines.

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The water coming from the turbines was again collected in a reservoir. In order not to spoil the landscape, the pipes were completely covered with soil, so that everything remained as beautiful as it was.

The castle: the round tower in the back is a shaft which helped to keep the pressure balanced.

The castle: the round tower in the back is a shaft which helped to keep the pressure balanced.

Board of information in front of the castle.

Board of information in front of the castle.

 

 

 

On the right: Shaft for pressure balance. ->

The draft of the castle (see draft at the bottom) shows the tunnel on the left and on the right you see the tunnel wchich led to the turbines.

The draft of the castle (see draft at the bottom) shows the tunnel on the left and on the right you see the tunnel wchich led to the turbines.

Shaft for pressure balance.

Erstellt: 30.08.2014  Geändert: 30.08.2014 04:02

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