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Frankenhalde

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Schanze an der Frankenhalde:

K-Point: 20 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1958
Status: destroyed
Ski club: BSG Fortschritt Buchholz

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History:

In 1958/59 in Frankenhalde at Buch­holz, which was a deposit developed trough uran mining, members of BSG Fortschritt Buchholz built up a ski jumping hill in voluntary work included in former NAW (National Rebuilding Society). After the completing in fall 1958 heavy winds forced the inrun tower to fall aside in the end of December. Luckily there were no jumpers on the facility, but the inrun had to be rebuilt a second time. It was even constructed a bit higher and was equipped with the starting gate which can be seen on the photo. Then the hill allowed jumps on up to 20 m and was used until middle 1960’s.

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