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Steam-powered whatchamacallits




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  1. Love the title of this post! :) Thanks for hosting! x

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  2. I love fosicking around old machinery. Happy travels and have a great week.

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  3. Hello, nice collection of whatchmacallits. I like the second one, looks like a steam engine? Thanks for hosting, have a happy new week!

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  6. Steam power may be slow and antiquated to our modern eyes...but a real advancement in its day! That baler on top had to make like much easier for the 19th Century farmer...

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  7. Those are such neat old machines! I can't imagine how hard it must have been to use them though.

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  19. Interesting machinery! Enjoy your day!

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  20. I think I made it. Woot woot! (I couldn't resist a little steam train humour) Your train is lovely but what is that pile of rust at the top? Was that the whole train? I'm obviously not an expert on train things. ;p

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  32. These old machines look powerful, even when sitting still. They seem to say, "I was built to last and I'm still here, ready to go to work." Nicely captured.

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  33. Great photos, I will have to show them to my 7 year old son when he gets home from school, he will love them!

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  70. Brings back childhood memories of hearing the steam engines switching cars around in the railroad yard-- but the engines weren't quite that old (no am I).

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  71. Great shots! The place where I grew up has a huge Steam-o-Rama each fall...where steam-powered vehicles are on display and being used in demonstrations. It's a good time!

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  72. I am just now getting to your post and it has put a huge grin on my face...here I am in bed on a Sat. morning drinking my coffee, looking at your whatyamacallit and giggling. What a happy way to start my day. You’ve gotta love the red, green. and yellow. This old piece of our history is really an eye catcher.

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