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Oct 22, 2020 06:17 |  #76

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From lathe's I have worked with in the past, although what I worked with was MUCH smaller(!) I would call this the Tail Stock.

I'm with you there Inspeqtor. Tailstock to me too.


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Oct 22, 2020 08:19 |  #77

I forgot to say that I would hate to get a gouge catch on that thing :eek:

I hate to think where the gouge would finish up, or even where I would!


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Oct 25, 2020 09:45 |  #78

Power House from the old Charleston Naval Shipyard/Naval Base. Built in 1909, the naval base was in operation from 1903-1996. The building is listed as some sort of historical place and will be saved thankfully. Photo taken back in 2016, so I really should drive back over there and get some updated ones as I only live 10 minutes away. :-D


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Oct 25, 2020 13:09 |  #79

TruckerDave wrote in post #19142986 (external link)
Power House from the old Charleston Naval Shipyard/Naval Base. Built in 1909, the naval base was in operation from 1903-1996. The building is listed as some sort of historical place and will be saved thankfully. Photo taken back in 2016, so I really should drive back over there and get some updated ones as I only live 10 minutes away. :-D
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That is a beautiful building! I would hate to see that torn down, although now at my age I will probably never actually "see" that building...


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Nov 06, 2020 17:15 |  #80

The Old Silk Mills, Malmesbury. Not that old, built in 1852 and produced silk up to 1941. It's about 115 years younger than our cottage before we moved to France

Quite impressive alongside the River Avon


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A bit older. St John's Alms houses, the old entry. Named after me :rolleyes:(?). Built in the 1600s. Just the other side of the river from the silk mills


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Nov 07, 2020 04:56 |  #81

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A bit older. St John's Alms houses, the old entry. Named after me :rolleyes:(?).
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True, I forgot a lot of us have been canonised.


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Nov 07, 2020 11:13 |  #82

Not too sur about being canonised but

I managed to avoid the church a couple of times even though her Dad was chasin me with a shotgun :rolleyes:


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Nov 11, 2020 18:30 |  #83

Suzhou Imperial brick Kiln museum
Suzhou, China

Kiln that may date back to the Ming dynasty. They apparently made bricks here for the capital in Beijing, floor tiles for the forbidden city.

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Nov 16, 2020 13:46 |  #85

Burney Institute, established by the Chickasaw Indian Tribe in Indian Territory, 1854. Name was later changed to Chickasaw Orphan Home and Manual Labor School in 1887.
Fortunately the tribe is restoring the old building. The first photo is from a country road a couple of years ago, today I got to go into the building, second photo is from the entry door vestibule.


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Nov 16, 2020 13:58 |  #86

First floor classrooms.


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Nov 16, 2020 14:06 |  #87

I'm assuming an auditorium and stage, complete with wrap around balconey.


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Nov 16, 2020 14:09 |  #88

Top floor, not sure what it was used for, perhaps a study room or reading room.


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Nov 16, 2020 14:11 |  #89

Stucco walls, not sure if it's the remains of a fresco, or just stained.


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Nov 16, 2020 14:49 as a reply to  @ Terry McDaniel's post |  #90

Glad to hear they are restoring the building. There is a lot of great woodwork in the building
that would be a shame to see lost.
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