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AbstractThe cableway system is a common problem that is discussed in this paper. A descriptive method is used to answer the problem. The data is collected through literary studies, surveys, and interviews. The cableway is a mining transportation in the Cikotok Gold Mine. This facility was built simultaneously with the construction of the Gold Mining and ore processing plant, which was between 1936 and 1939. This lorry transported minerals from mining centers, namely Cirotan and Cikotok, to the processing plant in Pasir gombong. The results showed that the cableways were not functioned as the termination of activity in the Cikotok Gold Mine. The remaining of cableways that still there is the foundation structure of the Cirotan Station and Cikotok station buildings, and the pillars are used as SUTT PLN’s poles. The existence of the cableway for transportation of mining products is a human adaptation to the environment. Keywords: cableway, mining transportation, ore.
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Hermawan, I. (2016). LORI GANTUNG: TRANSPORTASI HASIL TAMBANG DI PERTAMBANGAN EMAS CIKOTOK Cableway: Mining transportation in The Cikotok Gold Mine. PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Arkeologi, 3(1), 15–26. https://doi.org/10.24164/pw.v3i1.2
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