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Manufactured Photograph - In The Ship-lift Engine Room by Heiko Koehrer-Wagner

In The Ship-lift Engine Room is a photograph by Heiko Koehrer-Wagner which was uploaded on December 22nd, 2012.

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Thank you Sandra for the feature in "Memories and Nostalgia"

Wow, your editing is amazing, fabulous image!!! v.

Thanks a lot for your kind compliments and vote Linde!

great image voted

Many thanks Pamela!

I love the industrial feel of this. Very beautiful and clear.

Glad you enjoyed it Lenora. Thank you for your kind words!

Very cool, Heiko! Love steam-punkt like images :) V

Glad you enjoyed the image Sipo, thanks a lot for your kind words and vote!

Exquisite detail. v

Thanks a lot Anne!

very nice! V

Thank you Joan!

Very nice work! v

Thank you Jennifer!

Thank you very much Jouko for the feature in "Art from the Past", it's very much appreciated! .... Heiko and Helga

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