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Come and find out for yourself with this great Kinderdijk offer!Kinderdijk shows how the Dutch used modern technology to withstand the power of the water and the wind.At just half an hour's ride from Rotterdam, you’ll find Kinderdijk, the impressive windmill capital of the Netherlands.At Kinderdijk, 19 authentic Dutch windmills stand tall, sails turning proudly to give you a real taste of Dutch history.

The historical windmills, dams, dikes and pumping stations form a breathtaking feat of landscape engineering dating all the way back to 1277.

This version has no metal tab on side of the pickup head, instead the spring-like cable protector is extended as a straight steel wire along the side of the pickup head, terminating in a screwfixing to the pickup head; no clamp at the bridge, instead a hook arrangement attached to the 6th string; cylindrical pot box with overlapping lid; pot knob is domed, mottled brown plastic with milled edge, with slotted screw fixing to 1/4″ plain shaft of pot.2.

This version has the metal tab on the side of the pickup head as seen; the pot is symmmetrical with an overlapping lid in chrome; a pot with a plain 1/4” shaft is used with a black ‘blunt’ chickenhead knob. The Model FHC-B (B for ‘improved’ in terms of balanced output for all strings) two-slot version, otherwise as earlier pickup. The two numbers stamped on some of the tabs denote the year of manufacture, in this case 19’54’.

The heavy clay dikes, the giant wooden wheels and sails of the windmills, and steam-powered pumps are still here.

As the ages passed, new inventions, technical improvements, and computer-guided diesel pumping stations were added.

The historical windmills, dams, dikes and pumping stations form a breathtaking feat of landscape engineering dating all the way back to 1277.

This version has no metal tab on side of the pickup head, instead the spring-like cable protector is extended as a straight steel wire along the side of the pickup head, terminating in a screwfixing to the pickup head; no clamp at the bridge, instead a hook arrangement attached to the 6th string; cylindrical pot box with overlapping lid; pot knob is domed, mottled brown plastic with milled edge, with slotted screw fixing to 1/4″ plain shaft of pot.2.

This version has the metal tab on the side of the pickup head as seen; the pot is symmmetrical with an overlapping lid in chrome; a pot with a plain 1/4” shaft is used with a black ‘blunt’ chickenhead knob. The Model FHC-B (B for ‘improved’ in terms of balanced output for all strings) two-slot version, otherwise as earlier pickup. The two numbers stamped on some of the tabs denote the year of manufacture, in this case 19’54’.

The heavy clay dikes, the giant wooden wheels and sails of the windmills, and steam-powered pumps are still here.

As the ages passed, new inventions, technical improvements, and computer-guided diesel pumping stations were added.

At Kinderdijk, 19 authentic Dutch windmills stand tall, sails turning proudly to give you a real taste of Dutch history.