"Its mine brought wealth to Kiruna, in Northern Sweden. Now it is killing it from beneath. Kiruna's time is up. So one man must relocate it."
"Since underground mining began in 1962, the people of Kiruna have known that one day they would have to move their home. Twenty-five years ago, Kenneth Stålnacke, a stout, bearded Swede, was working on the Kiruna railway when he was told that the city would someday be in danger. 'It must have been in the early 80s, but it was a philosophical thing. At that time no one took it as a problem,' he says."