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On the roof of the Hudson, Binnenhaven at Maasluis, the Netherlands
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A look in the Binnenhaven of Maassluis from the roof of the steering room of the only pre-war sea tugboat in the Netherlands, the "Hudson". In the same harbour lays steamtug "de Furie" and on the opposite side of the harbour you can see the drawbridge "de Schansbrug".

Copyright: Willem Schulte
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Uploaded: 23/02/2010
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Tags: harbour; steamtug; tugboat; hudson; furie; drawbridge; maassluis; holland
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