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Ir. D.F. Woudagemaal, Lemmer
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  • Exceptional these facilities in working order and easily visible. A visit especially well performed by a passionate guide who explained everything in great detail. We recommended this visit to all those interested in the industry and those who make it happen.
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  • A very special experience in this working museum, especially when plenty of the pumping station in operation. You smell the oil and breathes the ulcer of 100 years ago. The pumping station is pretty much all in original state and, when this is definitely worth the visit.
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  • Last week he visited because the steam pumping station was in operation. The welcome is the visitor centre was fine. Though some waiting time before the tour could (40 minutes) but that we had factored because autumn holiday and turn days, then takes a while. Tour was fine, very informative. The guide told nice and it was not a boring story. Any downside is, if you are indoors and the machines run, then understand you almost nothing more of the explanation of the guide if you're not right next to him. Therefore, you might want to invest in an audio set (tip: look at the waste disposal company known for its windsurfing in Heerenveen how they do it) so you can understand the remote guide. Photos with a beautiful Sun that shone through the Windows and a very photogenic atmosphere created. Fun and informative visit. There are 2.5 to 3 hours we sweet with it.
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  • Outstanding example of technical monument.... Still in use! You can't see pomps powered by steam working every day... But from time to time (Few times a year). But except this is unbelievable to touch all of these unusual machines.
  • You would hardly notice it from the road but this building has the largest steam powered pumping station in the world. The most incredible thing is that it's still in operation. To see the inside, you'll need to take a tour. They leave regularly from the modern visitors centre which has an excellent move and displays for while you wait. It doesn't take too long to see everything inside the main building but the guide will be able to answer your questions. I was on my own so was able to have a good chat about how it all worked. This is a little out of the way of most other tourist attractions but well worth the visit if you are nearby.
  • I'm only on the outside, on a beautiful sunny day, then soak on the dike, where 3 pokestops and a gym, these are only accessible during opening hours! quite apart. the pumping station is great nice see the pictures
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  • An interesting super visit. In addition, we were fortunate to be accompanied by a French-speaking guide. It is surprising that the site attracts more visitors.
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  • Recommended well maintained museum and with moments also in use. Gives everyone a good picture how innovative the Frisians 😉 How are you with water.
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