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Rate Link: 1927, 1000 HP Cooper-Bessemer
by Harry on 03-17-2005 11:55:04 PM
This American gas pumping station is now making cast iron products in China.
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Rate Link: Alternative Power - utterpower.com
by Harry on 09-07-2005 08:48:23 AM
At present, our focus is on building back up power, identifying reliable and cost effective small diesels, continuous duty generator heads and drive systems, and deploying them efficiently. If it burns Green fuel, we like it even better. We...
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American Harvesting Machinery
by Harry on 03-15-2005 06:00:27 PM
Implements for clearing ground, breaking it, and otherwise preparing it for the reception of the seed. Implements for depositing the seed. Implements for the cultivation of the plant. Implements for gathering crops. Implements for preparing the...
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Antique Glass Bottle Mysteries
by Harry on 08-11-2008 06:14:03 AM
Information about rare and collectible glass bottles from a member of the glass bottle mold manufacturing industry.
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Rate Link: Antique Washing Machine Museum
by Harry on 03-18-2005 12:11:43 AM
With modern plumbing we no longer have to heat the water on the old cook stove, pour it in the washer and rinse tubs, then after the wash, haul it outside. In rural areas, before REA electrical distribution services became available, the farmer...
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Rate Link: ARIES Ram Pumps Home
by stilson on 11-09-2009 04:09:24 PM
a modern ram pump company, making ram pumps designed for third world and remote applications, rugged, affordable and reliable
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Braggs Wagonworks
by don2365 on 03-24-2010 11:34:42 PM
At Braggs Wagonworks and Carriage restoration. We can restore your wagon,carriage or sleigh. Or custom build to your specifications. We strive for authenticity Over 25 Years Exp. Excellent Prices.
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Rate Link: Chain Saw Collectors Corner
by Harry on 03-13-2005 01:48:59 PM
This Web site is intended as a resource for all collectors of antique chain saws and those who work towards the preservation of the history of the Chain Saw Industry.
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Rate Link: Chainsaw Collectors.se :: Index
by Craig Anderson on 10-30-2007 08:51:49 PM
International chainsaw and dragsaw collectors forums
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Rate Link: Common Errors in English
by Harry on 05-02-2005 11:08:16 PM
Web site cite sight got you confused? Which word to use? Check it out!
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Rate Link: Dave Motley's Toy Steam Engines
by Harry on 03-17-2005 11:24:12 AM
Bing, Corliss, Doll, Empire, Falk, Fleischmann, Jensen, Mamod, Marx, Miller. Fulton, Schoenner, Stuart and Weeden
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Rate Link: Directory of Agriculture and The Outdoor World
by Harry on 04-28-2005 02:13:19 PM
This is the place to find websites connected with the world of agriculture, fisheries, food and the outdoor world brought to you in association with dc engineering and milkingmachines.co.uk the internet based milking equipment suppliers....
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Rate Link: Dodge-Diesel.Org - Diesel Truck Resource - Home
by Harry on 10-30-2007 11:37:10 PM
This is a website dedicated to Dodge Ram Trucks powered by the Cummins Turbo Diesel Engine.
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Rate Link: Doxford Engine Friends Association
by Harry on 03-16-2005 12:00:50 AM
Many Doxford Engines were very big – the size of several three-storey terraced houses! The largest have cylinders bigger than four dustbins stacked end to end, and each of these cylinders is as powerful as two or three Spitfire engines. Most Doxford...
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Rate Link: Finding Old Iron
by Harry on 08-04-2005 09:50:36 PM
The Harrolds' Antique Tractor and Engine Links. This information has been archived on our server for your use thanks to Christine Harrold.
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Rate Link: Hancox Art
by hancoxart on 11-25-2009 02:31:53 PM
A wide range of artwork and prints of Steam Traction Engines, Motorcycles, Commercial Vehicles, Tractors, Working Horses & much more!
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Rate Link: Historical Chronology of Energy-Related Milestones
by Harry on 03-20-2005 10:27:39 AM
The following Historical Chronology of Energy Related Milestones provides an interesting look at technological and institutional events that have occurred throughout the history of the electric power industry.
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Rate Link: Hydro Power Plant at Ames, Colorado
by Harry on 03-20-2005 10:17:11 AM
Located near Ophir, Colorado, in the Illium valley, the Ames Station is the world's first generating station to produce and transmit alternating current. First built in 1891 to power the Gold King Mine, the current structure became operational in...
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Rate Link: Kentucky Car Shows
by Harry on 05-04-2007 09:53:50 PM
Kentucky's oldest most experienced car show DJ with 30 years of experience. I have worked at WRVK, WKXO, and KIXS FM radios. I was a member of the Renfro Valley Barn Dance from 1971-1987. My first car show was with the Rockcastle Region Rodders....
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Rate Link: Maytag Collectors Club
by Harry on 03-17-2005 12:16:46 AM
The Maytag Collectors Club was started in the fall of 1988. Our goals are to have a club that will enable all Maytag collectors to communicate with each other, exchange ideas and information. We print a bi-monthly newsletter with items of interest...
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Mt. Wilson Observatory Line Shaft Machine Shop
by Harry on 04-16-2005 11:59:42 PM
Assorted pictures of a small machine shop originally set up in 1910. The line shafting shown is probably in its original configuration but some of the early tools have been removed or converted to individual electric power. The shaft system is...
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Rate Link: Old Woodworking Machines
by Harry on 01-19-2006 11:51:45 AM
The Old Woodworking Machines web site is devoted to information on the history, restoration and use of vintage woodworking machinery. A forum is provided for discussion on old woodworking machinery, machinery history, machinery restoration and to...
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Rate Link: Old Woodworking Machines
by Harry on 04-26-2008 12:37:39 AM
The OWWM is a group of people who share a common interest in old woodworking machines, their history, their lore, their usage and their restoration.
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Rate Link: Palmerston North Electric Power Station
by Harry on 03-20-2005 10:14:43 AM
The power station is located in Keith Street, Palmerston North, New Zealand. The society’s aim is to preserve and maintain the power station’s own plant in working order, to present electrical history (regionally and in general), display older...
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Rate Link: Pelton Water Wheels
by Harry on 03-14-2005 11:24:49 PM
This page is about my small collection of Antique Pelton Water Wheels, circa 1890s and later. Manfactured by Pelton, and others. And Other Good Old Rusty Stuff! Pelton, water power at it's finest!

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