Holland 1967

These are some of the photos that I took during my first solo trip abroad. In 1967, whilst working as an engineer for what was then Post Office Telephones, I spent nine days camping in Holland. I toured the country by train, using a rover ticket, and photographed sights of interest with my trusty Exacta Exa 1A single-lens reflex camera, running Kodak(?) ASA25 slide film. Alas, only nine of the thirty-one slides scanned with any success. Curiously, possibly because I am now a confirmed atheist, most of the decent ones seem to be of churches...

Click on a thumbnail to view it full-size. (9 images)

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Breda - park
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Eindhoven - church
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Venlo - my hotel
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Roermond - church
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Nijmegen - town square
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s'Hertogenbosch - canal
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s'Hertogenbosch - bridge
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Valkenburg - church
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Valkenburg - priest's house