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The St. Pauli Elbe Tunnel from 1911 is one of the industrial heritages in the city center of Hamburg. The north entrance still shows the cupola of the orginal building and the great lifts for cars are still operating to transfer passanger cars to the passage under the river.

Currently a refurbishment of the earstern tube is in work, so I can’t shot the famous view into both tubes. But at the basement of the shaft I could take some pictures of the nice wooden door of the lift and some details of the beautiful contrast between the steel beam, the wooden door and the red hydrant.



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