Dr. Ing. Karl Imhof built power plant was for electrification Goldbergbaues in Nassfeld (today's Sportgastein) operated with the water of Bockhartsee.
Two sets of machines were set up with a total output of
350 KW. With these turbines, a compressor of the company Ingersol New York, which was set up in 1914, was driven. This produced compressed air for processing gold ore.
At the back of the hall were models from the gold mining period on the
Radhausberg issued (inclined elevator to the Radhausberg, Kesselfall-
bridge, Pocher and a sawmill with Venetian gate).
Adults: € 4,00
Adults with Gastein Card: € 3,00
Children: € 1,00
Open from June till September