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Bouwplaats van de Historische scheepstimmerwerf Klaas Hennepoel
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Bouwplaats van de Historische scheepstimmerwerf Klaas Hennepoel
Copyright: Henk Keijzer
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Uploaded: 09/09/2012
Updated: 14/07/2014
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Tags: shipyard; scheepswerf; warmond
  • Petra Eschauzier over 1 year ago
    Beste Alexander, het is Petra Eschauzier hier, hopend in kontakt te komen met Alexander de Vos. Als jij dit bent en je open staat met me te spreken, m'n e-mail is petraeschauzier@bellsouth.net. Hopelijk tot snel
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