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Mar 02, 2005 12:04 |  #1

I got to 'stoke' the firebox of a steam thresher this past fall. While I had the door to the firebox open, and seeing a shot, I took this photograph of the fire inside. It turned out better than I had hoped and thus I thought it might be of some interest to the members here. I don't think we have a section yet for 'firebox shots' but perhaps in time . . . as such I put it in, 'Other.'

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Mar 02, 2005 12:43 |  #2

Mesmerizing!!!


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Mar 02, 2005 13:09 |  #3

Ooooh, fire.....


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Mar 02, 2005 14:45 as a reply to MazerRakhm's post |  #4

WoW. Must be burning Very Hot!


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Mar 02, 2005 16:15 as a reply to Mills's post |  #5

A CS player I see...!

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Mar 02, 2005 18:49 as a reply to KO_300D's post |  #6

Great way to keep warm in the winter. Trouble is you do your threshing at the end of summer not so cool. :lol: :lol: Nice shot.


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Mar 02, 2005 19:38 |  #7

Thank you guys . . . the fire has a silly 3D texture to it. I have to stop looking at it.


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Mar 02, 2005 20:50 |  #8

I love it! Very intense color/contrast between the fires and the cast iron!


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Mar 02, 2005 20:55 |  #9

What a fantastic image. You are something else.


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Mar 03, 2005 21:43 |  #10

Thank you guys . . . one never knows where a shot will come from, I try my best to always be ready, lol.


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Mar 03, 2005 22:05 |  #11
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Mar 03, 2005 23:17 as a reply to cmM's post |  #12

I take it that the G5 doesn't have a plastic body.....


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Mar 04, 2005 05:28 |  #13

Wonderful fire shot!

I'd like to see more of that steam thresher...
The other shot you posted showing it was pretty small, but gave a nice idea how it looks.

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Mar 04, 2005 17:32 |  #14

Nice shot - reminds me of those power plant boilers.


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Mar 04, 2005 20:04 |  #15

Cool shot. Is that a N***n I see in there

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