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Mill de Jager Woudsend - Netherland near the storehouse
Netherlands

In the near of the mill is the bearing. To keep in good condition of the mill, wood products are created and offered for sale.

This is the link to the website of the mill: http://www.houtzaagmolendejager.nl/ It is only in Dutch.

Copyright: Paul linden
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Uploaded: 14/10/2012
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: sawmill; de jager; woudsend; sun; blu sky; storehouse
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