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Rescue and ferry museum Jan Lels, Hoek van Holland
Netherlands

Since 1986 there is a museum in an old ammo bunker built in 1943 in Hoek van Holland. The rescue and ferry museum :"Jan Lels". Here you can see the history of disasters at sea and the rescue material used over the years. On the roof of the bunker are authentic rescue vessels.

Copyright: Willem Schulte
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Uploaded: 23/02/2010
Updated: 10/09/2014
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Tags: rescue; vessel; museum; bunker; ammo; wwii; ships; marine; boat
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