GOK Plant

The news is good, than on crises and times of a unique and instantly was replicated media. To capture the history of mining 500,000,000th tons of ore in a quarry. Olenegorsky gathered journalists and newspapermen regional publications, and TV reporters of the three programs with cameras ready. It seems out of fashion today, ‘report’ and feast on such an occasion: from socialism, they say, habit. However, an event that took place January 29, 1999 at ‘Olenegorke’, by any measure, drawn by a sensation: Olenegorsky Mining announced its sinking. Bus with the press slowly drove through the streets of elegant Olenegorsk. They were decorated not kumachovye banners and sparkling fringe frost on the trees, snow svezhevystlannye track and radiant peach January sun.

The city was “under the degrees’ in the morning the thermometer reported – minus 40. In truth, throughout the week that yadrenomoroznoy would like, that forecast forecasters misfired and warmer by Friday b. But the cold was intense but, as the relentless work in the quarries Mining inevitably nearer a nice line of Mining – mining 500,000,000th tons of ore. The bus left the road and, after passing pointer ‘Olenegorsky mine’, and began to descend the spiral of the bat. Sun remains on top – gold on the edges of the giant kaemochkoy career ‘saucer’. If the reader remembers the vast ore anniversaries before at the GOK recorded twice: at 100 and 200 million. ton production. Later tradition as a ‘left in the sand’, apparently lost in the bustle of business.

It is fair to restore the fallen date in the biography of plant: 300-million. ton was produced in 1984, and 400,000,000th – in 1990. The distance between them – for about seven years. And a frosty day at the end of the second millennium of mine once hero of the day. Getters of the first hundred million tons in 1970 is unlikely to know the current used mine. ‘Olenegorka’ with age, was heard in horizons, went deep into the 260 meters. But man-made bowl ore remains nurse plant. FIFTY YEARS of Mount DEER.


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