14 July 2013

An Apology Indeed - Sundays in My City

Utrecht is a city in the somewhat-center of the Netherlands.  Once held by the Germans during WWII (until Canada forced Germany to surrender on 5 May 1945 (5 May is celebrated as Liberation Day in the Netherlands)).  Utrecht is the main hub of the Dutch Railway System.  It is also home to the largest university in the Netherlands, Utrecht University. 

On my recent visit I saw this on the side of a building...indeed.

At the Dutch Train Museum I somehow managed to only take pictures of this amazing rusted gate but no pictures of trains.

Linking up with Unknown Mami for her fabulous SIMC adventures.

Unknown Mami


  1. It's a very intriguing gate. I like that you shot it from so many different angles.

  2. The gate is certainly impressive. Hope you enjoyed your visit.
    Have a fab week. :)

  3. Interesting quote...
    And the gate is stunning. I like that it's not the "same old thing".
    Happy SIMC, jj

  4. I love the words on the building! Very true. Lovely pictures.

  5. Great pictures from gate! You've found interesting perspectives and so moved the bridge in a good light.
    Thank you for your comment and greetings to Cansas, Wieczora (◔‿◔) my photoblog

  6. Go Alan Eddison, wise words indeed!