Connecticut Antique Machinery Association
Spring Steam Up
2 May 2009
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My wife wonders if the viscous looking cleats in the left hand photo have a particular name. email@example.com
Great old display cabinets
These items are found in the small engine room The two right hand photos show a very interesting pulley with an alternate interrupted rim. I had never seen one of these before!
There was an interesting lumberjacking demonstration going on.
I ran into these fellow Tech School teachers at the show. From L to R are Errol Groff Manufacturing Technology Instructor at Ellis Tech in Danielson, CT, Ed Drapatin, Manufacturing Technology Department Head at Kaynor Tech in Waterbury CT and I will have to follow up with the name of the other fellow who teaches Physics at Kaynor Tech.
Also seen at the get together were Ernie Smith of NEMES, Bob Vincent, well liked used tool vendor.
Al these bricks were manufactured in CT This display of fluorescent rocks are under black light and should have been photographed with a tripod which I did not have with me. But I am delighted that the colors came out so great.
This scale tractor is between 1/3 and 1/2 scale and was completely rebuilt by the current owner.
These last photos taken in the machine shop at the CAMA grounds.
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