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Dutch postage meter cancellations about railways

Survey of postage meter cancellations


Centenary of the Dutch railways, 18 September, 1939.

Cancellation on the occasion of 50 years State Mines in Heerlen, showing a mine truck, 1 May 1952.

Translation: Red Light. Stop.

Translation: train, tram, bus. Under one roof. The Hague Central Station.

Translation: Where would we be without the train?

Translation: Sometimes the train isn't such a bad idea.

Translation: Stop when light flashes red.

Railbouw was a contractor of rail projects in Leerdam. Later the name changed to VolkerRail and the company was situated in Dordrecht.

If you want to learn more about this type of cancellation you could read the wikibook about Dutch postage meter stamps. (opens in new page)

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