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Captions for Photos 4149-4316
S-0526-0358-0001-00011 · Pièce · 1960-12-31
Fait partie de United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) (1950-1958)

Kyonggi Technical High School. The beginning of construction a fourth will be the largest vocational training centre in South Korea, Kyonggi Technical High School, was marked by a ground-breaking ceremony at Ahyon, Mapu-Ku, Seoul, on 18 July 1956. Kyonggi Technical High School is being built by Seoul City assisted by UNKRA. When completed it will train over 1000 students in mechanical engineering, architecture and civil engineering.

Captions for Photos 4323-4362
S-0526-0358-0001-00005 · Pièce · 1960-12-31
Fait partie de United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) (1950-1958)

Kunsan – major port reopening with UNKRA aid. Kunsan, Korea has regained its role as one of the country's three major seaports with completion of a floating pier built in the final phase of a broad harbor-rehabilitation program carried out with the aid of the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA).

Captions for Photos 4351-4356
S-0526-0358-0001-00001 · Pièce · 1960-12-31
Fait partie de United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) (1950-1958)

“Land from the sea.” A land reclamation program in Korea aimed at converting some 50 bays on the west coast of the country into rich rice lands within the next 10 years is being carried out by the Ministry of Agriculture with the assistance of the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA). The bay at Tae Chon, similar to many others on the west coast, was particularly suitable for reclamation. It swept in a wide semi-circle ending in the two headlands jutting out to sea. At low tide, the bay dried out into mudflats. By building a sea wall between the headlands, a distance of nearly four miles, it was possible to cut off the entire area. To build an adequate dike, an estimated 352,600 cubic meters of earth fill were required, together with the total stone facing of some 44,240 square meters.

Captions for Photos 1781-1786
S-0526-0357-0007-00029 · Pièce · 1960-12-31
Fait partie de United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) (1950-1958)

Macha-Ri Coal Mines: The Macha-ri coal field is situated in the mountainous region of Kangwon-do province, 150 miles southeast of Seoul. A narrow-gauge railway brings the coal from three high-level mines: Bamchi No.1, Bamchi No.2 and Solchi down to the entrance of the main mine, Pangyo, on the valley level. From there, the coal from all four mines is carried by aerial ropeway 7.5 miles overland to the Yongwol power station. As part of its effort to help increase Korean coal production, the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency has brought in British mining consultants to work with Korean mine managers, engineers and technicians in the rehabilitation and modernization of the coal mines.