Lunchroom Velsen


relevant filming facts

opening times: 
Weekdays 05:30 to 18:30
Original condition
interior architecture: 
Dating back to 1910, the building has always been in use as a cafeteria for the miners working at the Velsen Coal Mine. It has been preserved in its original state and still serves as a lunch room today. Display and serving counter, wooden chairs and tables, rustic style
Background noise: 
The building is situated on the outskirts of town, off the main road, in close proximity to the entrance of the former coal mine. Traffic noise can possibly be heard
The building is situated on the outskirts of town, off the main road between Großrosseln and Klarenthal, next to the entrance of the Velsen Coal Mine. There is a parking lot in front of the building. It is surrounded by woodland
Space restrictions: 
Use of the space must be arranged with the management and should not interfere with business operations
Time restrictions : 
Filming is not possible on weekdays as it would interfere with business operations. Filming on weekends and holidays is possible upon prior agreement with the management
Available on site
Two spacious adjoining rooms can be made available
Filming experience: 
An episode for the German television police series Tatort has been filmed here


sanitary facilities: 
parking lot: 
electricity supply: 
water supply: 


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