Chip trays are a plus.
Big parts, a lot of chips.
But not until it's loaded in the machine.
I'll take the jib crane and hoist; that has unique construction.
Practically guaranteed though, none left in existence.
And that shaft hook, it cantilevers with a yoke above shaft, and slings balance from below!
Does Jon award Tool Of The Week posthumously?
*2. Went back for another gander, 1904 but not a lineshaft shop. The motor drives a cogged belt, with the headstock gearing under or in the lathe bed? The headstock proper IS in the middle, tailstocks and carriages at each end. Chuck is actually a trunnion bearing.
Well worth examining full size. Enhanced maybe, but they still can't improve image beyond what is recorded. Incredible detail.
A slightly newer version; with conventional drive.