Last Saturday I walked a part of the Westerbork path in Holland with a couple of friends. Westerbork is the name of a Transit Camp in the Netherlands from where Jews were transported to Germany in World War II. The path totals 342 km and follows the railway line from Amsterdam to Camp Westerbork. More information (in Dutch) can be found here.
We followed the route Weesp – Muiden – Muidenberg – Naardermeer – Bussum.
A great start of the walk with a wonderful cappucino
Description of the path
Waitresses in a local (real) coffeeshop in Weesp
Fully fuctional bench
Industrial society and its consequences
Lock in Muiden
Pampus – An island were ships lay in wait until the tide allowed them to sail into Amsterdam
These shoes are made for walking
Jewish Cemetry Muiderberg
Independent Republic Hakkelaarsbrug
Railway Station Bussum – Designed by the famous Dutch architect Dudok
Pictures taken with Olympus OMD EM10 camera (Mark I) and Zuiko 17 1.8 mm lens. Recorded in RAW, post-processed with Adobe Lightroom.