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steam engine museum in Medemblik
Netherlands

An old steam pumping station, De Vier Koggen (1907). Now the Steam Engine Museam, houses a collection of steam engines used on ships and in industry, still in working order.

Copyright: Emile Duijker
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Uploaded: 17/03/2009
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Tags: steam; museum; engine; medemblik; holland
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