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Switzerland Zurich Escher-Wyss-Platz Turbine
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Jonval Turbine von 1885 aus einem Pumpwerk in Genf. Das Rad wurde im Werk von Escher-Wyss in Zürich hergestellt.

Quelle: Tafel an der Turbine

Copyright: Markus Kaeppeli
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13660x6830
Taken: 09/06/2012
Geüpload: 01/07/2012
Geüpdatet: 25/06/2014
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Tags: turbine; jonval turbine; sulzer; escher wyss
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