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Museum tug the Hudson, engine room, in Maassluis, The Netherlands
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The Hudson (1939) is the only pre-war sea tug in The Netherlands. All other sea tugs from before 1940 are demolished or lost. It's a museum now and can be visited on wednesdays and saturdays at it's location Binnenhaven at Maassluis. This is the engine room.

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