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Europorte 4013 Chapelle-à-Wattines
Europorte 4013 Chapelle-à-Wattines
  • Author: TreinFoto België Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-19 18:59:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°36'44"N - 3°40'9"O
  • Eergisterenavond wou ik graag nog eens de steenslagtrein van Europorte dewelke vertrekt van Lessines en aankomt in Montieres proberen. Het was al bijna drie jaar geleden dat ik deze trein nog een keer deftig op foto kon zetten. Twee weken geleden probeerde ik het al eens, want de trein was de avond voordien keurig richting Lessines opgereden. Tot mijn grote teleurstelling (en ik had het moeten weten uit ervaring) reed de trein de volgende dag niet meer terug, daar de trein niet werd beladen en dus gedurende twee weken in Lessines bleef staan. Eergisterenavond zou het normaal gezien moeten opklaren. Het was gedurende de hele dag relatief bewolkt. Daarbij hoopte ik op wat opklaringen naar de avond toe. Ach ja, we zullen wel zien! Na de ganse middag wat de wolkenradar in de gaten gehouden te hebben, kon ik vaststellen dat de bewolking rond 16:00 opeens een andere windrichting aannam. Dat speelde in mijn/ons (want Bram en Wouter waren ook van de partij ;-)) voordeel voor de avond. Kort na 16:00 vertrok ik dan met de auto richting Ath en Rebaix alwaar ik samen met Bram en Wouter de eerste foto zou maken. Jammer genoeg hadden we daar wolk. Wouter en Bram opteerden om nog even te blijven voor de zifttrein naar Antwerpen, maar ik reed al door naar Chapelle-à-Wattines dat op zo’n 15 minuten rijden van Rebaix ligt. Exact een kwartier later kwam ik dan aan in het vooral rustige Chapelle-à-Wattines, een gehuchtje nabij Ligne en Leuze-en-Hainaut. Ik moest me echter al vrij snel klaarzetten want de Europorte vertrok al vanuit Ath richting Frankrijk! Men moet zeer snel de locomotief omgelopen hebben in Ath, zo bleek. Snel klapte ik de ladder uit en zette ik me klaar. Zo gefocusd op de Europorte dat ik de handrem van de auto vergat op te trekken (gelukkig rijd ik met een automaat. Dan is dat nog niet zo erg). Ik ging even op de naastliggende overweg staan om te kijken of ik hem al dan niet zag komen in de verte. Hij zat al één sectie van mij verwijderd, want ik zag in de verte iets glimmen dat leek op de snuit van een Euro 4000 in Europorte-livrei. Enkele minuten later kwam hij dan op de maximum tractiestand voorbijgebulderd richting Leuze-en-Hainaut. Bram was reeds vertrokken met hetzelfde idee als dat van mij, zo liet Wouter mij weten via een sms. Ik hoopte daarbij dat Bram nog op tijd zou zijn, maar tevergeefs. Enkele minuten eerder had de zifttrein moeten passeren in Rebaix, dan was het wellicht wel gelukt. Maar dat is geen ramp, daar deze trein drie keer per week rijdt! Voor wie graag eens deze trein zou fotograferen: het kan voor een groot deel van het jaar. Enkel in de winterperiode wanneer het eerder dan 18:00 donker wordt, kan het niet. Vanaf eind februari is het terug mogelijk en net dan is het de mooiste periode, daar je in een zacht avondlicht deze trein kan fotograferen. Tot en met eind september/begin oktober valt deze trein ook nog wel te fotograferen. Tijdens de zomermaanden is het zelfs mogelijk de trein te fotograferen wanneer hij langs Quévy het land binnenkomt, maar over de zonnestanden durf ik eigenlijk niks te zeggen want ik ken de lijn aldaar niet goed. Op maandag vertrekt om 17:58 de eerste trein van de week naar Montieres (Quartier d’Amiens). Die komt op dinsdagavond terug via Quévy en arriveert rond 22:00 terug in Lessines alwaar de trein terug geladen wordt om de volgende dag richting Creil te vertrekken. Op woensdagavond rijdt de trein met een identieke dienstregeling. Donderdagavond is de avond waarop de trein terugkomt van Creil en op vrijdagvoormiddag geladen wordt in Lessines. Die vertrekt dan op vrijdagavond naar La Baraque. Zo gaat het elke week (wanneer er geen verlof is tenminste…). Wil je deze trein gaan fotograferen tijdens de verlofperiode? Valt af te raden, daar ik al voor de 2e keer zo’n fars tegenkwam. ;-) Terwijl de dikbillen van een boer staan te grazen op het gras dat ondertussen stilletjes aan het teruggroeien is na een verstikkende hittegolf, verstoort de 4013 van Europorte de stilte door haar gebrul en haar volgeladen steenslagtrein dat zo’n 2118 ton weegt. Deze foto werd genomen tijdens valavond op 19 augustus 2019 nabij het dorpje van Chapelle-à-Wattines, gelegen langs de N7 van Ath naar Leuze-en-Hainaut. 19/08/2019 [Z48812]: Lessines → Monteries (Quartier d’Amiens)
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ca. 1350 - 'Thierry du Chasteler, seigneur de Moulbaix (+ca. 1325) & Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) & Béatrice du Mortagne', Église Saint-Sulpice, Moulbaix, Ath, province of Hainaut, Belgium
ca. 1350 - 'Thierry du Chasteler, seigneur de Moulbaix (+ca. 1325) & Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) & Béatrice du Mortagne', Église Saint-Sulpice, Moulbaix, Ath, province of Hainaut, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-28 16:59:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°36'7"N - 3°42'53"O
  • The incised slab of a lord of Moulbaix and his wife, depicts either Thierry du Chasteler (+ca. 1325) and Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) and Béatrice du Mortagne. The knight is portrayed wearing typical Northern French/Flemish/Hainaut armour of the 1340s, whilst the slab itself was probably made around 1350, or even some years later: - a tight-fitting bullet-shaped bascinet, attached by vervelles to a camail ending in a point on his breast; - a surcoat with short dagged sleeves, ending very high in front, but below the knees behind; - the hauberk ends pointed in front as well, just as the camail, and has got elbow-length sleeves slit up on the outside (!); - the forearms might show vambraces and couters, or the sleeves of the pourpoint/gambeson worn under the hauberk; - the coat-of-plates is dagged at the edge and is made up of horizontal rows of plate with rivets; - the lower limbs have studded cuisses, poleyns, and greaves worn over mail chausses; - the sabatons are made of overlapping plates, the heels covered by the mail chausses with rowel spurs. This style of armour can already be seen in the illuminations of the Romance of Alexander, made in nearby Tournai, or Bruges, from 1338 to 1344. image.ox.ac.uk/show?collection=bodleian&manuscript=ms...
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ca. 1350 - 'Thierry du Chasteler, seigneur de Moulbaix (+ca. 1325) & Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) & Béatrice du Mortagne', Église Saint-Sulpice, Moulbaix, Ath, province of Hainaut, Belgium
ca. 1350 - 'Thierry du Chasteler, seigneur de Moulbaix (+ca. 1325) & Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) & Béatrice du Mortagne', Église Saint-Sulpice, Moulbaix, Ath, province of Hainaut, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-28 17:00:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°36'7"N - 3°42'53"O
  • The incised slab of a lord of Moulbaix and his wife, depicts either Thierry du Chasteler (+ca. 1325) and Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) and Béatrice du Mortagne. The knight is portrayed wearing typical Northern French/Flemish/Hainaut armour of the 1340s, whilst the slab itself was probably made around 1350, or even some years later: - a tight-fitting bullet-shaped bascinet, attached by vervelles to a camail ending in a point on his breast; - a surcoat with short dagged sleeves, ending very high in front, but below the knees behind; - the hauberk ends pointed in front as well, just as the camail, and has got elbow-length sleeves slit up on the outside (!); - the forearms might show vambraces and couters, or the sleeves of the pourpoint/gambeson worn under the hauberk; - the coat-of-plates is dagged at the edge and is made up of horizontal rows of plate with rivets; - the lower limbs have studded cuisses, poleyns, and greaves worn over mail chausses; - the sabatons are made of overlapping plates, the heels covered by the mail chausses with rowel spurs. Note that plate armour for the arms would have definitely been worn by 1350, but wasn't necessarily shown on effigies. Effigies often were made using existing workshop-designs. This style of armour can already be seen in the illuminations of the Romance of Alexander, made in nearby Tournai, or Bruges, from 1338 to 1344. image.ox.ac.uk/show?collection=bodleian&manuscript=ms...
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ca. 1350 - 'Thierry du Chasteler, seigneur de Moulbaix (+ca. 1325) & Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) & Béatrice du Mortagne', Église Saint-Sulpice, Moulbaix, Ath, province of Hainaut, Belgium
ca. 1350 - 'Thierry du Chasteler, seigneur de Moulbaix (+ca. 1325) & Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) & Béatrice du Mortagne', Église Saint-Sulpice, Moulbaix, Ath, province of Hainaut, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-28 17:01:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°36'7"N - 3°42'53"O
  • The incised slab of a lord of Moulbaix and his wife, depicts either Thierry du Chasteler (+ca. 1325) and Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) and Béatrice du Mortagne. The knight is portrayed wearing typical Northern French/Flemish/Hainaut armour of the 1340s, whilst the slab itself was probably made around 1350, or even some years later: - a tight-fitting bullet-shaped bascinet, attached by vervelles to a camail ending in a point on his breast; - a surcoat with short dagged sleeves, ending very high in front, but below the knees behind; - the hauberk ends pointed in front as well, just as the camail, and has got elbow-length sleeves slit up on the outside (!); - the forearms might show vambraces and couters, or the sleeves of the pourpoint/gambeson worn under the hauberk; - the coat-of-plates is dagged at the edge and is made up of horizontal rows of plate with rivets; - the lower limbs have studded cuisses, poleyns, and greaves worn over mail chausses; - the sabatons are made of overlapping plates, the heels covered by the mail chausses with rowel spurs. This style of armour can already be seen in the illuminations of the Romance of Alexander, made in nearby Tournai, or Bruges, from 1338 to 1344. image.ox.ac.uk/show?collection=bodleian&manuscript=ms...
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20190329_073126
20190329_073126
  • Author: joergpmeier Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-03-29 07:29:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°33'57"N - 3°39'54"O
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Fields of Flanders
Fields of Flanders
  • Author: hedshot Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-01-07 09:46:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°33'58"N - 3°39'50"O
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Miroir mon beau miroir, dis-moi qui est la plus belle ?
Miroir mon beau miroir, dis-moi qui est la plus belle ?
  • Author: Eric Dereydt Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-04-16 15:48:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°36'22"N - 3°42'49"O
  • Ulyana Ashurka
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DSC_0291
DSC_0291
  • Author: Velo club de Tongre Notre-Dame Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-21 12:38:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°34'20"N - 3°40'47"O
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DSC_0290
DSC_0290
  • Author: Velo club de Tongre Notre-Dame Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-21 12:25:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°34'59"N - 3°43'1"O
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DSC_0289
DSC_0289
  • Author: Velo club de Tongre Notre-Dame Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-21 12:25:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°34'59"N - 3°43'1"O
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La ferme de la Grande Rosière, Autreppe (Ath), Hainaut, Belgique.
La ferme de la Grande Rosière, Autreppe (Ath), Hainaut, Belgique.
  • Author: hansr.vanderwoude Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-09-11 15:35:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°34'19"N - 3°42'37"O
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  • Author: stephanequivy Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-09-05 15:48:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°33'47"N - 3°42'40"O
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IMG_20180814_133323
IMG_20180814_133323
  • Author: clayton.douglas Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-14 13:33:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°34'24"N - 3°43'8"O
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IMG_20180814_133332
IMG_20180814_133332
  • Author: clayton.douglas Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-14 13:33:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°34'24"N - 3°43'8"O
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ca. 1350 - 'Thierry du Chasteler, seigneur de Moulbaix (+ca. 1325) & Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) & Béatrice du Mortagne', Église Saint-Sulpice, Moulbaix, Ath, province of Hainaut, Belgium
ca. 1350 - 'Thierry du Chasteler, seigneur de Moulbaix (+ca. 1325) & Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) & Béatrice du Mortagne', Église Saint-Sulpice, Moulbaix, Ath, province of Hainaut, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-28 17:00:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°36'7"N - 3°42'53"O
  • The incised slab of a lord of Moulbaix and his wife, depicts either Thierry du Chasteler (+ca. 1325) and Marie de Harchies, or Guillaume du Chasteler (+1378) and Béatrice du Mortagne. The knight is portrayed wearing typical Northern French/Flemish/Hainaut armour of the 1340s, whilst the slab itself was probably made around 1350, or even some years later: - a tight-fitting bullet-shaped bascinet, attached by vervelles to a camail ending in a point on his breast; - a surcoat with short dagged sleeves, ending very high in front, but below the knees behind; - the hauberk ends pointed in front as well, just as the camail, and has got elbow-length sleeves slit up on the outside (!); - the forearms might show vambraces and couters, or the sleeves of the pourpoint/gambeson worn under the hauberk; - the coat-of-plates is dagged at the edge and is made up of horizontal rows of plate with rivets; - the lower limbs have studded cuisses, poleyns, and greaves worn over mail chausses; - the sabatons are made of overlapping plates, the heels covered by the mail chausses with rowel spurs. This style of armour can already be seen in the illuminations of the Romance of Alexander, made in nearby Tournai, or Bruges, from 1338 to 1344. image.ox.ac.uk/show?collection=bodleian&manuscript=ms...
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