Woudagemaal, situated in the Netherlands, was build in 1920 and
still is the worlds biggest steam-powered pumping station.
untill today this installation is standby to lower the water level
of the province of Friesland when necessary.
to it's unique character and propulsion, the Woudagemaal was registered
on the Unesco World Heritage list.
first 7 of the pictures are made in the boiler room, the 10 next
ones in the turbine room.
more info on www.woudagemaal.nl.
with fullframe digital SLR and lenses :
° ultra wide 12-24 mm
° circular fisheye 8 mm