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Railway Crossing Maassluis West
Netherlands

Railway crossing in Maassluis west, very much near The Waterway, which leads to the port of Rotterdam. Basically a lame testshot to improve my technique in stitching ;-)

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Copyright: Henk Van Den Berg
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Resolution: 11712x5856
Uploaded: 27/03/2010
Updated: 01/09/2014
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Tags: railway crossing maassluis; poorterhaven; waterway; rotterdam
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