Automated railway inaugurated 1 365 m underground

Schalke locomotives operate on the automated railway in LKAB's Kiruna mine (Photo: LKAB/Fredric Alm).

SWEDEN: A ceremony held 1 365 m below ground on May 21 inaugurated a new level and a 12 km driverless railway at LKAB's Kiruna iron ore mine.

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