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A handful of nice mechanical engineering china pictures I identified:

Image from web page 568 of “Railway mechanical engineer” (1916)
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Identifier: railwaymechanica93newy
Title: Railway mechanical engineer
Year: 1916 (1910s)
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Subjects: Railroad engineering Engineering Railroads Railroad automobiles
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Simmons-Boardman Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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r-residence was operating. The fan was driven at onetime by a jacked-up Ford automobile, but mostly by a venerable port-capable steam engine, salvaged from a scrap-heap. By the finish of 1917, however, the establishment was up to m^^^ ■•:^^^f^^. 1 -. T^T_. ■ , ^^W^^i j8sd«gg«r,if., Machine Shop Throughout Installation of Machine Tools, September, 1917 There have been officers and guys from India, China, South Africa,South America and Australia and numbers of other folks whohad in no way been outside the Old Nation prior to the war.There was nothing at all of trades union restriction about thesemen. Machinists, blacksmiths, boilermakers, pattern-makersor moulders, dug and mixed concrete for foundations, constructed strength and the shops virtually in complete swing. There had beenlo5 locomotives erected and a start off had been produced with heavy—some very heavy—repairs. Up to the finish of December, 1918, 2J2 new locomotiveswere erected and 370 engines were repaired, two,073 pairs ofwheels were turned up and 275 wheels re-tired, 737 tons of

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The Foundry as it Appeared December. 1917: Note the Cupola Constructed Out of a Corrugated Furnace huts, erected shops, rigged derricks or did the subsequent job thathad to be completed, whatever it may be. The erection of engines imported from Canada and theUnited States was commenced nearly as quickly as the machinetool et|uipment started to arrive and months before the craneswere u|i, and proceeded simultaneously with the constructing andinternal preparation of the shops. The very first two engines wereturned out with each other early in July, 1917. forgings have been turned out, two,186 tons of iron castings and 168tons of brass. The average output for 1918 is shown in thetable. All through the operation of the shops the function was grave-ly handicapped by the extraordinar) range of engines to bedealt with, the exceptionally bad situation of a lot of that hadworked for years with out a very good repair, the paucity of operate-ing drawings and the impossibility of either acquiring or 550 RAILWAY MECHANICAL ENGINEER Vol. 93, No. 9 sustain

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140630-N-TG831-019 SOUTH CHINA SEA (June 30, 2014) Gas Turbine Program Technician (Mechanical) 2nd Class David Valentini, from Duluth, Georgia, assigned to the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Kidd (DDG one hundred), stands watch inside the ship’s central engineering center. Kidd is presently on patrol in the U.S. 7th Fleet location of responsibility supporting regional safety and stability in the Indo-Asia Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Declan Barnes/Released)

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