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Old 01-12-2007, 11:36:59 PM
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This is my biggest project. It's my antique wood working shop at Coolspring Power Museum. It's all ran by line shafting and a masterpiece Galloway engine. owned by Dr. Paul Harvey. The equipment in the building is all Parks ball bearing co. It's a work in progress. Thanks for looking mark mohney
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That sure is a NICE looking, unrestored GALLOWAY!!! Maybe someday, I'll get to Coolsprings & see it in action! THANKS for sharing!!!
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Very nice Mark!! I intend to do the same thing only with metal working machines.
Pictures of the lineshaft and machinery would be great also.


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Here's a couple of pictures of the crude shafting set up i have, it works extremely well, and quiet. This is my dad and me's first time with line shafting. so far so good. Most of the line shafting came from Portersville engine show. The other stuff came from Reeds Milling. from Brookville Pa. just wanted to share with all. thanks mark
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