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Old railbridge in the village of Schipluiden
Netherlands

The Trambridge over the Vlaardingervaart in Schipluiden was a bridge connection where the steam trams of the Westlandse Stoomtramweg Maatschappij used to pass, transporting vegetables from the Westland to the city of Delft.

See also Wikipedia for a Dutch description.

Or more information on Schipluiden on the english Wikipedia.

You can also see the Dutch Windmill "Korpershoek".

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Tags: bridge; schipluiden; delfland; mill; water; village; iron
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