A remarkable malakow tower has been constructed in 1907
above shaft nr. 1, which was 170 m deep.
The buildings nearby house the baths and offices.
The winding tower of shaft nr. 2 (depth 313 m),
a steel construction dated 1923, is no longer preserved.
Shaft nr. 3, with 480 m the deepest one at Hasard Cheratte, was intended
to be worked by a tower-type winder, but finally the
tower has been converted into a headgear with diagonal brace
and a flat rope winding engine.
'Puits Hognée', the shaft on the hill behind the mine,
has been used to lift waste material to a spoil tip.
The adit is still visible just nearby the capped
shaft nr. 1 underneath the malakow tower.
The mine is a sleeping beauty since it's closure in 1977.