Locomotive 3737 is one of Holland's most successful steam locomotives.
The locomotive appears on the tracks in 1911 under number SS731, and serves for more than half a century.
In 1921 it received the famous number 3737. Due to its enormous appearance, it was nicknamed "Jumbo".
On January 7, 1958 the 3737 made its last regular run: from Geldermalsen to Het Spoorwegmuseum in Utrecht where it still stands today.
When I come somewhere, I immediately think in pictures. What is interesting here; how can I best portray this? Photography is a passion, which doesn't pass if I don't have a camera with me. I have a broad taste. Landscapes, panoramas, macro, animals, people. Everything fascinates me and it shows in my photographs. I have published in newspapers and magazines. And my photographs have been shown at many exhibitions, both solo exhibitions and group exhibitions. I am a member of Alphoto photo club in Alphen aan den Rijn and a member of the FotoBond. What can be seen on this site is only a very small part of my extensive oeuvre. Please take a look at my weblog and my websites.
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