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Shchurovskie dolomite quarries (Golutvinskie), Golutvin, Moscow Oblast' (Moskovskaya Oblast'), Central Region, Russia

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Special cargo train in Golutvin quarry. Photo spring 2005.

Shchurovskie dolomite quarries, Golutvin, Moscow Oblast', Central Region, Russia
New conveyor from dolomite quary to Mining and Processing Plant

Shchurovskie dolomite quarries, Golutvin, Moscow Oblast', Central Region, Russia
Name(s) in local language(s): Щуровские доломитовые карьеры, Голутвин, Московская область, Россия
Quarry in dolomitized limestones of Carboniferous age, mined for cement industry.
The Shurovskie quarries are situated in the vicinity of Golutvin city (and Kolomna city), approx. 100 km from Moscow by car or a train in the southern direction.

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