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Samson Pit or Samson Mine (German: Grube Samson) is an historic
silver mine in Sankt Andreasberg in the Upper Harz region of
central Germany. The pit has one of the oldest man engines in the
world still working and it can be seen in operation during guided
tours. The man engine, installed in the Samson Pit in 1837, used to
be driven by the water power of the Rehberg Ditch (Rehberger
Graben). The start of this ditch is the Oderteich reservoir, which
is part of the Upper Harz Water Regale.
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