A document of the steam-punk sub culture. People dressed in steampunk clothing placed in an early 19th century train wagon. They try to express the way early 19th century people regarded their future.

Copyright: Willem schulte
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 15/10/2012
Updated: 11/09/2014


Tags: steamers; steam punk; train; transportation; 19th century; future; people
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Willem Schulte
Steampunk @ VSM (Netherands)
Jaspar Moulijn
Bed and Breakfast het Kippenhok
Jaspar Moulijn
Libertypark Beekbergen 2012
Jaspar Moulijn
Libertypark Beekbergen 2012
Ben Hilgers
Train Station Apeldoorn - sculpture the kiss (De Kus)
Ben Hilgers
Train station Apeldoorn, fountain
Ben Hilgers
Midsummer Night Feast - Orpheus Theater
Ben Hilgers
Bandalaan nr. 8 en 9
Frans Frowijn
abandoned house
Jan Mulder
Gate in lane from stables to Het Loo Palace
Jan Mulder
Don't walk on the mawn
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Stables and carriage house of Het Loo Palace
Cuifeng Lake 2
Stefan Solakov
The ancient amphitheatre in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Michael Protsenko
Kow Kay Bin
Inside a Sphere Riding Ball
Stefan Zander
Vivanta Coral Reef Maldives - Moondeck
C360.NL - Henri Smeets
Rotterdam City Racing
Frank Taylor
Panama Canal Transit (night) - Gatun Locks
Theatre of opera and ballet nsk
Andrew Usatyuk
The cellar of restaurant Roata Vremii
Vil Muhametshin
Riomaggiore harbour, Cinque Terre, Liguria, Italy
Dave Tonnes
Koolina Vacation Condo
Rob van Gils
Park Avenue, Arches National Park
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Schiedam Lange Haven
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The Schansbrug in Maassluis
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The Oude Kerk in Delft, Holland (west)
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Maaspad, Zwijndrecht (1)
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Museum tug the Hudson, crew quarters, in Maassluis, The Netherlands
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Koningshaven, Rotterdam, Holland
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Maaspad, Zwijndrecht (2)
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The Binnenhof in The Hague (1)
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Damen Shiprepair, Vlaardingen, Holland
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Willemskade, Rotterdam, Netherlands
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Old railbridge in the village of Schipluiden
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On the roof of the Hudson, Binnenhaven at Maasluis, the Netherlands
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