Sielec Chamber was cut in the flake of bedded bronze salt. What is very interesting it contains collection of authentic devices formerly used for transportation salt along underground corridors.
In the past miners used wooden carts, called Hungarian dogs, boxes and sleighs called szlafy. fine salt was packed into barrels whereas larger blocks of salt i.e. 'snowmen" were rolled along wooden boards.
In the 16th century, miners began to use horses to help them transport salt to the surface. The last horse called Baśka, left the mine in 2002.
In 1861 railway wagons were introduced for transportation. Initially those were drawn by horses and from the 1920s battery powered locomotives were used instead horses.
Sielec Chamber is located 64,5 metres undeground