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    Scheduled point of delivery unknown, last one available. Here poised on railhead, a Mesta 50 Forging Press Stationary Crosshead Casting on a Pennsylvania RR flat car.
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    Before hoisting; Mesta 50 Forging Press Stationary Crosshead

    Fresh from production,
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    Again, last on available.
    Anyway on ebay. . .
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    The reactor vessel head for the Energy Research and Development Administration's Fast Flux Test Facility (FFTF) at Hanford, Washington. c. 1974.
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    TM51 there is us a milling machine to fight over , My building is not going to be tall enough
    Never try to tell me it can't be done
    When I have to paint I use http://kbs.justoldtrucks.com/

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    I respectfully decline altercation. Neither my ceiling high enough, or floor thick enough. Or budget for endmills. And no bridge crane, WAG is 200 ton and 60' under rail. My favorite scale reference, isn't the 2 machinists, it's the caged ascent ladder, f'n straight up! Rungs are probably 10 to 11" on center, inclined ladders are 12" IIRC.
    I count 39 or so. Know why?
    So they can replace bulbs in the aircraft warning lights. Or a sadistic HR department locates the time clock up there.
    Come to think of it, haven't a wrench for the 6" clamp studs.

    I worked my keester off all day. I'll call tomorrow if I can lift the phone.
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    post 145 . Forget the phone, will you have the energy to type? Ha Ha
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranald View Post
    post 145 . Forget the phone, will you have the energy to type? Ha Ha
    cheers
    Phone on speaker, won't need to lift it. For just so special occasions I hunt & peck one fingered.
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    A steam traction engine powers excavation machine [Herman & Inshur General Contractors, Marquette, MI] Camp Humphreys, VA 1918.
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    Golden Gate bridge under construction in 1935.

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    Who's going to say it first? Epic, beautiful, a treasure in iron, recognized world-wide.
    Just slide rules, long hand arithmetic, sketches, blueprints, surveying equipment, and assorted manual measuring tools. And I confidently guarantee bulk of initial materials were prepared offsite.
    The Golden Gate Bridge is a fixed six-lane roadway, is 1.7 miles long (main span is 4,200 feet long), and carries about 112,000 vehicles per day. Who knows how many since opening.
    I've driven and ridden over it many times and sailed underneath 4 times. BTW, aircraft carriers must await low tide. . .
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