Bullseye by mastermek


Ship's bridge of the Rotterdam boys' choir (this window is part of the stone substructure).

The superstructure (city monument, not in this picture) originates from the Port Jerôme, a former Esso tanker. In 1981 it was placed on the central reservation of the Kruisplein/Weena opposite Central Station. In 1999 it had to make way and a slightly smaller version was given a new place at the Leuvehavenbrug.

The boys' choir moved last week and the ship's bridge is now for sale.
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