The weekly steampunk update from a photoshoot in a steam station.
The location is the oldest steam-powered paddle-wheel pumping station in the world. It was built in 1852 and served to drain excess water to the sea (otherwise the land flooded). It is no longer is in use but volunteers changed it into a museum and once a month they power up the station and the wooden original (!) paddle wheels work on steam again.
Model + costume design: Rachel de Kooker
Photographer: Charles van Trappen
MUAH: Trudi Nieuwerf