GC79JTB – [ N.O.P.E. ] CITO Waterloopbos 2017 (ARCHIVED)

Name: [N.O.P.E.] CITO Waterloopbos 2017 (ARCHIVED)

Type: CiTo

GC Code: GC79JTB
D/T: 1.5/3

Size: Other

Location: N 52° 40.495 E 005° 55.225

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The Event

In the Waterloopbos there are scale models of about 30 waterworks from home and abroad. Nature monuments climbed several expired models that were overcrowded.During this CITO event we will work in collaboration with NatuurMonumenten in this particular piece of forest.
Het Waterloopbos
As a part of the Voorsterbos, the Waterloopbos was built in 1944. The Waterfalls Laboratory in Delft has been working on scale models of waterworks since 1927. After the Second World War, they sought a location to build larger models. Due to the space and shelter, this part of the Voorsterbos was ideal.
The Waterloo Forest was used for both domestic and foreign projects since 1954. For example, there are scale models of the ports of IJmuiden, Vlissingen and Rotterdam, but also of Marsa-el-Bregha (Libya), Bangkok (Thailand), Lagos (Nigeria) and Beirut (Lebanon). In the 1950s and 60’s, many models of the Delta Works were built.
The models in the woods became unnecessary when the computer entered and became overgrown. Since 2002, Nature Monuments have owned the site. They snatched some models and removed vegetation. In 2016, Waterloopbos received the status of Rijksmonument.
There is a visitor center from which various walks along the scale models begin.


  • 10:00 AM Reception with coffee and tea. Subsequent explanation of the area and work layout
  • 10:30 am Direction of work location
  • 10:45 pm Start of work
  • 12:30 pm Lunch (At work location, bring your own)
  • 13:00 pm Second round work
  • 2.30 pm CITO Event. After signing the log, a new Multi will be distributed.


We will release / prune a talud, pruning a group and the other group cleaning up the pruning waste. In addition, one of the scale models is released from lisdodde. Also we will put clay paws on the paths.

Parking can be done directly at the event venue. From there we go on foot to the workplace.

Nature monuments provide the necessary material, such as gloves, pruning shears and saws. You have to bring your boots yourself. It is advisable to wear long pants and long sleeves. For lunch you have to bring a packed lunch.

Sign up

By placing a “will attend” here, you can let us know that you come along to with help this day. We can start with at least 20 participants. The maximum number of participants for this event is 40. Children are welcome from 12 years old. Do you want to indicate how many people you come from when you sign up?


Parking can be done directly at the eventlocation. From there we go by foot to the workplace.