Single pergola designs - Single community Gelsenkirchen
The Zeche Dahlbusch in Gelsenkirchen-Rotthausen hit the headlines in May 1955 because of a disaster.
Three miners trapped for five days were able to be rescued using a very narrow, streamlined rescue basket (a Dahlbuschbombe) passed down a 45m hole bored in short order to an unburied stretch (the miners were actually 885m under the surface).
Gelsenkirchen is the northern terminus of the tram route 107 (Kulturlinie) which runs through to Bredeny in southern Essen.
Formerly the Ruhr Zoo, a decision was made - I believe - rather than to upgrade the zoo bit by bit, to demolish it altogether and re-build anew.
Eleven miners were rescued in Lengende and in 2010, world attention was centered on a similar technique used in Chile.
The image below shows the Dahlbuschbombe in Lengende.
The most important landmark in Gelsenkirchen-Feldmark is the shaft installation Oberschuir of Zeche Consolidation.