I love looking at old machinery. It always looks so very complicated. Just saying. It got the job done though.Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)
It's so neat that these things are still around to look at..very cool! ;D
This is so Cool! I wouldn't have known what that was! Hughugs
Interesting photos. But I don't have a clue as to what it is? :-)
Very interesting machinery :) I like to check out machineries too... its mighty big and looks complicated but it would have simplify the job for someone long time ago. We do learn a lot from your site :) You are taking me places where i will probably not get a chance to go in this lifetime. Thanks Ann.
I love old machinery. This is great!
It's always interesting to see old machinery and wonder how many trial and error machines they had before getting to the one that worked. They truly were going from nothing to something which makes the thought process fascinating to me!
OK wild guess..some kind of printing press.... :)
The old machinery really does make for interesting photos! I am enjoying your visit to the Volant Mills Barn!
Those are cool machines. I love looking at them and trying to imagine their history. I know my dad would like this too, because he built machines for a living (for example, for Rheems he built the machine that built the hot water heater).Looking forward to more pictures :)
Isn't it amazing what some of the old machinery used to look like and could do. Very interesting!xo Catherine
amazing old machine :O)
It seems we are all intrigued by old machinery. Heck, I like even new farm equipment. Combines really tickle my fancy.
Very interesting machinery. I have a feeling they made quite a bit of noise when they were in action :)
Okay, that place is starting to get interesting.
Wonderful photos. I love old machines too. Were these machines used in the textile industry? I don't recognise them.Thanks for visitng and commenting on my post 'I is for Inventor'.If you are interested in buying one or more of the cups that I showed on my 'I is for inventor'-blog-post, I am looking into the possibilty of listing some on one of my shops, since several readers have expressed an interest. I'm going to find out about what colours are available too.I'll keep you posted.Best wishes & hugs,AnnaAnna's 'I is for Inventor'-JennyM's AT
Great Job Ann. When I first looked at the first picture it looked like some kind of heating device.Can't wait for more pictures.
super shots. i love old things like these and thanks for the signage to explain that weird looking thing.
I like the old stuff like this and try to imagine how much work it was to make a product with them.
Well as usual I am the last to ring in. but, I have been busy wrecking my blog..LOL!!I love to poke around old stuff like this too. And, oh my goodness, Walter would try to bring it home with us.You got some great pictures Ann. I am really enjoying this. Thank goodness i had you in my blogs I follow so I can add you back to my blog roll I deleted.I have a friend who helps me and I hope she can help me quick today.Great shots. You are just so creative!!Happy afternoon,Jackie:-)
Sandee and it was made in a much simpler timejulie I know, it is neatdonna I still don't know what it is...lolthe old geezer you aren't alone there :)anny it's so cool how we can all travel to so many places without ever leaving our chairssharkbytes it is quite interestingbeaded tail yes, I wonder that myself.livintheblues I think, but I'm not positive that this was some kind of farming thing or maybe for a graineryLDH I suppose to some this might be boring but I like anything oldtahtimbo how cool to have been a part of that processcatherine yes, it looked so simple but most likely made their jobs a whole lot easiercountry mouse studio I thought sograce combines huh, I guess I've always been fascinated by farming stuffduni i'm curious now as to what they sounded like when they were in operationfishhawk, lolanna I don't really know for sure. even after reading their descriptions I still wasn't sure what they wereJen :)russ heating, hmm, I wondersandra I wish I would have done the signs for all of them.out on the prairie, I imagine it still wasn't easy workshinade first or last, makes no difference, I enjoy having your visit. good luck with getting everything straightened out
Those old-time machines are fascinating. Judging by how popular old-fashioned letterpress printing is now, who knows, some of these could come back into vogue again too!
I love old machines. There is something so fascinating about early ingenuity.
Very fun and interesting.
Ann, who knows, a lot of old things do come backAnne I totally agreeb boys mom, not my favorite sighting of the day but it was still fun to look at
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