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OIL RESERVOIRS IN DROHOBYCH

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Reservoirs for oil in the form of dug in the ground, rectangular pits, are frequent occurrence, which can be seen in the Drohobych woods . In the reservoirs of dimension 30x15x10 meters petroleum was stored, which was pumped from wells from Boryslav and surroundings. Preserved pits served as reservoirs. Currently, no longer perform this function, because ... Oil fields ico

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CATEGORY OF ARTICLE: Articles, Geography February 17, 2011, 10:28

Reservoirs for oil in the form of dug in the ground, rectangular pits, are frequent occurrence, which can be seen in the Drohobych woods . In tanks of size 30x15x10 meters was stored oil, which was pumped from wells from Boryslav and surroundings. Preserved pits served as reservoirs.

Currently, no longer perform this function, because modern petrochemical plants in Drohobych (Division number I and Division number II ), use to store crude oil and waste brownfield sites of special concrete receptacles and tanks railway. Joints have been naturally filled with water and vegetated wodolubną. Some of these stocked with fish (mostly goldfish) and now this pits are nothing but "water holes" scattered in local forests. Aerial and satellite photos reveal perfectly these objects, presenting them as equal-sized rectangles scattered in the forests and fields.

This ponds are not suitable for bathing and are very dangerous, This is due to their depth, siltation and marshy (clay) banks.



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Descendant wrote rychcicki / wa, May 12, 2011 , 09:48

I am looking for a plan and present city przedwojenego Borysław [ or individual districts]for my friends , because their parents were born in Borysław

Artur Czernych wrote, May 15, 2011 , 00:08

I suggest searching the web, after the “Ukrainian password”, or via / using the portals of the Jewish population (records of Jewish communities before World War II) !!!
After World War II, the city has changed. In my, best solution is to travel to Borysław, on the spot where you should go to the library and museum, touring the city !!! There on 100% will “… przedwojenego plans and current city Borysław …” !!
I suggest also debriefed:
“City Portal Borysław”:
http://www.borislav.info/
http://www.seniv.io.ua/
“The Shorter Jewish Encyclopedia”:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shorter_Jewish_Encyclopedia
“Geographical Dictionary of the Polish Kingdom and other Slavic countries, Tom I”:
http://dir.icm.edu.pl/pl/Slownik_geograficzny/Tom_I/333

Kresen wrote / wa, June 15, 2011 , 15:45

Arthur, thank you very much for the answer and links. Kazimierz with
Szczecin descendant rychcicki

Artur Czernych wrote, June 15, 2011 , 20:02

No problem ! 🙂 I hope so, that the information is handy ! Yours sincerely !

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