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Lubricating the bearing of the water wheel Oldemeule
Netherlands

The water mill "Oldemeule" in Oele, under the smoke of Hengelo, is being prepared for visitors on museum day, 9th of May 2010. Find the girl watching.

Copyright: Jan Mulder
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Hochgeladen: 16/05/2010
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