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Friday, July 13, 2012

GM Diesel and Grader Wheels



19 comments:

  1. Nice images of some great antique machinery. I wonder if there's any life left in that old diesel engine?

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    1. That old GM diesel has just been rebuild, but has yet to be fired up. Think it will last another 70 years at least.

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  2. These work in black and white.

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    1. Thank you, Birdman. Old machinery looks good in B&W.

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  3. Two very fine photos. I particularly like all the circles in the second.

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  4. You must have fun rummaging around looking for old machinery and trappings. I know I would.

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    1. Helps to have friends who collect this stuff. It is great fun.

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  5. A great post for W-B&W!
    Have a nice evening!

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  6. Hello, Taken For Granted.

      It is my joy to share your wonderful work.
      And sweet message charms my heart.

      I pray for your happiness and world peace.

    Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma ❃

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    1. Thank you for visiting my blog, and for your warm comment.

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  7. Looks like great stuff to play with. Best wishes!

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    1. At this point these have become big boy toys. The diesel engine runs an antique crane and the wheels are the controls of a horse drawn road grader.

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  8. Rust! Machinery! Wheels! Where is the beauty?

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  9. That GM diesel will outlast our kids! The wheels are cool, I like how the lines intersect.

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    1. You are right about the diesel motor. The wheels are the controls of a horse drawn road grader which still works fine.

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  10. Look good in B&W!
    Thanks for the visit :)

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  11. Great shot of the old machinery,- perfect for b&W!
    :)

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