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JHOLLAND1

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plastikdreams

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I wonder what it was like working in those days...I'd imagine it was rough going...but what was the quality of life?

I'm sure there's a few guys on here that were around back then :D
 

4GSR

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Victoria, Texas, USA
The last photo, lady feeding the infant a bottle. Could that infant be our Tyrone Shoelaces that post on here???

I myself can relate being raised in a old machine shop when I was in diapers! The old machine shop is still in business too!
 
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Manchester, England
The last photo, lady feeding the infant a bottle. Could that infant be our Tyrone Shoelaces that post on here???

I myself can relate being raised in a old machine shop when I was in diapers! The old machine shop is still in business too!

It can’t be me, I was a breast fed baby.

As to lifting the vertical borer main casting, I’m not too keen on the angle of the chains. The capacity of a chain sling goes down dramatically once you go through 90 degrees.

Regards Tyrone.
 

Jim Christie

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L'Orignal, Ontario Canada
J.Holland ,
Thanks for sharing .
You can see a different picture of the Worthington you posted here
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on the McCord Site.
II-101186 | Worthington engine, Montreal Water Works, Montreal, QC, 1893
| Photograph
| Wm. Notman & Son | McCord Museum

from this search
Musee McCord Museum - Results
I had posted the link before in this older thread.
https://www.practicalmachinist.com/...-construction-248014/?highlight=McCord+Museum
Post # 8
some links and pictures may not be available.
Jim
 

Mark P.

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Reminds me of one I was first learning in 88. Daughter was born the end of July. We had one car. I'd drive my family over to shop (we had one machine in a rented space) after the day job and meet my mom and dad. Ladies would sit on the other side of the shop while the old man taught me how to run some large pistons on a Cim-X.
 








 
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