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Hi Harry

Looks like a good place to lose a finger or leg real easy a real OSHA dream shop NOT,long hair and all,night mare box shop..

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What you say is of course true Bob but the boxes all look good and they make them for some well known brands.

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What Bj says may be true but, even with that, I found something to admire besides the impressive names on the boxes. Gotta' love a dog that can sleep through all that noise. Not to mention the paw prints in the sawdust.
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Harry thanks for posting this video! I'm downloading it so I can watch it again.

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Very interesting video, thanks for posting it.
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I had seen this on another site I frequent. Evidently it is on a Northern California list of historical sites and is allowed to run with exposed and flapping belts and other life and limb removing rotating claptrap. Love it!! Reminds me of the time in my life when I lived in North Carolina when they still had many machine shops with lines of pulleys and lots of exposed belts. The shop in the video makes wine crates primarily plus also makes a bunch of artsy-crafty stuff that's sold in local souvenir shops.

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Thanks for posting the video. I have already forwarded it to some friends.
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Yeah, I saw that before. Great video, well worth seeing again, and again. I've long loved steam, now I want to start making boxes.

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Nice video Harry, it reminds me of the workshop I started my Apprenticeship in, old machines running furiously except with me there was old machines but not any steam, even a factory dog wandering around, I don't normally watch that stuff but your video find was an exceptional one. NGM
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