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    Roll turner. Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. Homestead, PA. 1936.

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    big beer can manufacturing......time to head for the mountains..

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    Mesta steam-hydraulic forging presses. West Homestead, PA.

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    a ground shaker.

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    Open hearth stripper. Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. June, 1945.

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    Open hearth stripper.

    Oh - shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McDesign View Post
    Open hearth stripper.

    Oh - shoot.


    Well, she's a fine hourglass shape.....Hogarth's Line of Beauty.
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    ??? WHAT??? NO TIC TOK DANCE THIS TIME??? IM SO DISAPPOINTED.

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    Open hearth stripper. Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. June, 1945.

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    In an odd way, this explains equipment and PILES loaded onto adjacent flat bed carts, in the photo rather clearly.
    https://steelmillmodelerssupply.com/...ngot-stripper/
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    a striper with no tic tok. what next? women with brains?

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