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Home > Personal Album Of Miles-M > Stationary Engine

Stationary Engine

Not quite sure on the make of this small stationary steam engine, or what it was set up to do. I think maybe drive the large wheel in the foreground but there was no belt present. Taken on 120 black and white film to 6x9 frame.

Further Information from Digit: This stationary engine actually moves around the site powering various machines but in this location it usually drives a stone crusher.

This photograph is by Miles-M and was uploaded September 10th. © Miles-M please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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