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26.JUN.2023

El presidente de la asociación “La Maquinilla” de Peñarroya-Pueblonuevo, participa en una nueva charla divulgativa CHEC desde El Cabril

Rubén Cañamaque, presidente de la asociación La Maquinilla, de Peñarroya-Pueblo Nuevo posa frente al cartel de las Charlas Chec en el centro de almacenamiento de El Cabril, Córdoba.

El pasado 20 de junio tuvo lugar en El Cabril la quinta Charla Divulgativa desde El Cabril “Charlas Chec”, organizada por Enresa y Guadiato Información, que estuvo protagonizada por Rubén Cañamaque, presidente de la asociación La Maquinilla, de Peñarroya-Pueblonuevo. Cañamaque tuvo oportunidad de visitar las instalaciones de El Cabril. Tras la misma, destacó que “me voy con la sensación de que los poderes públicos están trabajando al servicio del ciudadano. Es un sitio donde se le da prioridad sobre todo a la gestión del medio ambiente”, aseguró. “El Cabril tiene una relación muy grande por la sostenibilidad, por el medio ambiente y, lógicamente, también por el patrimonio minero, están intrínsecamente relacionados”, destacó el representante de este colectivo asociativo.

La asociación La Maquinilla es un colectivo fundado en el año 2011. Durante la charla, su presidente indicó que “somos un grupo de ciudadanos que nos agrupamos en torno a una idea en Peñarroya-Pueblonuevo. Es un colectivo de carácter comarcal que surgió de la necesidad de rehabilitar patrimonio industrial en la Comarca del Guadiato, muy abundante en la zona. Empezamos a rehabilitar patrimonio, pero con el ánimo de que sea productivo y genere riqueza en nuestro territorio”.

Durante su charla, Rubén Cañamaque realizó un recorrido por la historia de su asociación. Indicó que “empezamos plantando unos 80-90 árboles, empezamos a recoger firmas para transformar los trazados ferroviarios en Vías Verdes porque, recordamos, una Vía Verde es un trazado ecoturístico construido sobre un ferrocarril que ya no tiene uso. En España hay siete mil kilómetros de vías en desuso. En la Comarca del Guadiato hay 120 kilómetros de vías verdes, digamos, potenciales y, actualmente, hemos conseguido recuperar 40 kilómetros en 10 años”.

Ahora mismo, la Vía Verde del Guadiato y Los Pedroches, señala el presidente de La Maquinilla, “es el proyecto que aún está en crecimiento y tenemos la previsión de que siga creciendo en los próximos años. Es la quinta vía verde de Andalucía por número de kilómetros y promete ser una de las mejores rutas ecoturísticas de España. Actualmente, une los municipios de Peñarroya-Pueblonuevo, Bélmez y Villanueva del Duque, y está previsto que en los próximos dos años se conecte con el municipio de Fuente Obejuna, que son áreas que tienen mucha relación con El Cabril”. En definitiva, indica Cañamaque, lo que “nosotros tratamos es recuperar patrimonio que tenga un carácter social, sin importar quien lo posea, quien lo tenga”.

Tras su charla, y sobre su visita a las instalaciones que Enresa opera en El Cabril Rubén Cañamaque aseguró que “la verdad es que me voy muy impresionado por las instalaciones que hay aquí. Por el tamaño de las instalaciones, por la seguridad que tienen. Tienen tecnología punta. El profesional que trabaja aquí está muy especializado e implicado. Es un espacio al que recomiendo la visita también por la calidad etnográfica, la importancia histórica que ha tenido este territorio para la minería, desde el punto de vista de la minería andaluza y de la economía andaluza.” Y es que, en su opinión, “en El Cabril había minas, de bismuto, de uranio, y esta integrado en el medio natural, más o menos exactamente es lo mismo que tenemos en Peñarroya-Pueblonuevo y los alrededores. Al final es un patrimonio minero, más relacionado con el carbón y el plomo, y que esta también en un espacio natural”.

Para el presidente de La Maquinilla, “nuestros esfuerzos tienen que ir encaminado en esa dirección, en seguir recuperando patrimonio, pero también en profesionalizar el servicio turístico que se da al visitante.

Video de la Charla Chec