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These were taken on the Big Inch line. 1942-43 somewhere in Pennsyvania. My Father in law worked on this project. He died around 20 years ago. His wife is in a nursing home and we were cleaning out some of her stuff and found them.
Nice old pics it's interseting to me when people come across old photos like you have and always try to figure out yr,type of work,machines they used then.
If you have any more or come across some be sure and post them (PLEASE FOR THE NEW KIDS INVOLVED IN THE TRADE) so we they understand they welded back then too LOL.
RMS-14 (kisser button)-(home)
Grizzly 16" vert band saw-(home)
DeWalt chop saw-(home)
Craftsman 4"-7" hand grinders
Lincoln 225 arc welder
Lots of vise clamps(not enough)
assortment bar clamps
" ****it, my auto dark hood failed again. I guess i'll have to use this old thing." I wonder how it was welding real steel as oppose to this recycled crap we call steel now. sweet pictures man, thanks for sharing. Pat
Victor O & A Outfit