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A small but very interesting steam engine museum. Volunteer engineer's show you how a lot of the equipment operates. It would be very interesting for anyone with a mechanical background including some young children. You need about an hour to an hour and a half...More
When the museum is in full working order, ie the steam engines are turned on, this is a true journey through time. Even when there is no steam it is still very worth while. The staff is very knowledgeable and willing to guide you around...More
This is a former pumping station to keep the polder dry. It still has its original steam engine, but there are many other steam engines to be seen. Some will be operated during demonstrations. There is also a blacksmith, and outside there is a dredging...More
The museum was closed when I arrived, but it looks good from the outside, and there are many big machines on display outside. I have seen the Woudagemaal in Lemmer and the Hollandsch-Duitsch gemaal in Nijmegen, and I expect this one would be similar in...More