Gös­sä­ter sto­neworks was in ope­ra­tion from 1877 until 1951.

In the 19th cen­tu­ry the ear­li­est machi­ne­ry was dri­ven by a steam engi­ne that bur­ned alum sha­le. In 1904 the old sto­ne-wor­king busi­ness was moved from Häl­le­kis har­bour to Gös­sä­ter so that the busi­ness could expand. At the end of the 1920s the busi­ness under­went exten­si­ve moder­ni­sa­tion, inclu­ding the pur­cha­se of new machinery.

From the 1930s, Häl­le­kis was the lar­gest and best-known sto­neworks in Kin­ne­kul­le, employing around 50 peop­le at its peak. By 1951 the machi­ne­ry had reached the end of its life and the sto­neworks was shut down.

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