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    you still can fix them that way....then order another as this world is a disposable one especialy with that stuff.

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    Excavating for the London Underground, Great Northern and City Railway, London, c. 1903.
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    And here it is nearly finished... (source: https://www.wondersofworldengineerin...derground.html)

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    Shaft sinking at Mt Isa Mines, Queensland, Australia in the early 1970s. The grab on the right loaded the kibbles which were hoisted to surface after the shaft bottom was drilled and blasted. The shaft ended up 3,800 ft deep.
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    So - that's where the kibbles in dog food come from?
    Who knew?

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, Kibble may refer to:

    Dry compound feed, especially when used as dog food or cat food.
    Chalk and flint rubble, also known as kibble in East Devon, used to consolidate ground.
    A large Bucket (machine part), as used to raise ore from a mine shaft, see shaft mining
    A rock of crack cocaine.
    Kibbled wheat, a type of coarsely milled flour.

    Just FYI.. I had no idea...

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    This looks like a bunch of dirty little mini humans trying to swing a 5 gallon bucket!

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    I too thought that it was a picture of a diorama of of a mining process. The kibble buckets usdd truely look like standard 5 gal. Buckets. Thanks for sharing!

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    tin toy army men operating the tin toy army man factory to make more tin toy army men troupes so they can take over.

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    Threshing outfit, Alberta, Canada, circa 1900.
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