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Chrome harley davidson davidson, transportation traffic.

Cork wine puddle, food drink.

Batteries cells battery, science technology.

Yellow machinery machine rusty, industry craft.

Rusty chain decay abandoned factory, industry craft.

Empty abandoned factory industrial abandoned, industry craft.

Coit tower san francisco united states.

Harley harley davidson motorcycle, transportation traffic.

Poland army dump.

Factory meters abandoned forgotten, industry craft.

Age aged alabama, industry craft.

Poland army dump.

Ford automobiles cylinder, transportation traffic.

Ford automobiles cylinder, transportation traffic.

Engine turbo jet engine rolls royce.

Building home truss, architecture buildings.

Factory meters abandoned forgotten, industry craft.

Cylinder Vessel

Fragmentary haniwa cylinder

Cylinder Seal

Inscribed Cylinder

Ear Ornament, Cylinder Hoops

Pendant, Tapering Cylinder, Foliate

Cylinder Vessel

Necklace with Bird, Circle and Cylinder Beads

Onyx Cylinder Vessel

Onyx Cylinder Vessel

Cylinder

Cylinder

Stone Cylinder Vessel

Gabion, a cylinder basket, open at both ends, about three feet wide, and as much in height

Cylinder Desk and Bookcase

Neues Reich. Dyn. XXVII. a. Blau glacirter Cylinder; b-q. Hamamât [Wadi Hammamat]. Felseninschriften [a. jetzt in K. Museum zu Berlin.]

Res. & Farm of Henry Ives, Batavia, N.Y. ; Res. of I. H. Woodruff, Batavia, N.Y. ; Res. of Jonathan Greene, Esq., Batavia, N.Y. ; Res. & Farm of Thomas Yates, Batavia, N.Y. ; Res. of W. H. G. Post, Esq., Batavia, N.Y. ; W. W. Whitcomb, manufacturer of Suction Pump, Iron Cylinder, both Boxes Draw from the top, New Buffalo Road, 3 miles west of Batavia, N.Y.

Six colour printing machine, with double cylinder diagonal engine.

[Low pressure cylinder for 3-cyl. comp. eng.]

Low pressure cylinder for 3-cyl. comp. eng.

#6205 16" Barr. Carr., Rough Turning Recuperator Cylinder

Newly designed canal structure in Franklin Canal, El Paso Valley - counterbalanced cylinder gates

The Franklin engine cylinder; The 56 cooling flanges are an integral part of the Vanadium cast iron cylinder.

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Main entrance upper end of cylinder department. Nordyke & Marmon Co

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire College, U.S. Army Training Detachment, Durham, New Hampshire. Reboring a cylinder block. Machinists class

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Turning and boring cylinder bosses of crank cases

Airplanes - Engines - Aircraft Testing Field, Packard Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan. Cylinder forging

Airplanes - Engines - Aircraft Testing Field, Packard Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan. Cylinder barrels partially machined

Airplanes - Engines - Motor manufacture. Lincoln Motor Co., Plant. Detroit, Michigan. Three of the four Ingersoll Milling machine used for milling the joint and cylinder faces of crank cases

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of Liberty Motors, Nordyke and Marmon Co. Main entrance upper end cylinder department

Airplanes - Types - Fastest aeroplane in the world. Front view of the new Curtiss Aeroplane built for the Navy. This machine is the fastest in the world and capable of making 160 miles per hour, 15 miles per hour faster than the speed attained by any other machine in the world. It can climb to a height of 12,500 feet in 10 minutes. It is equipped with a Curtiss Model K, 121 cylinder 400 H.P. Engine. It can carry a load of 1,000 lbs. It is 32 feet wide, 34 feet long and 10 feet high

Airplanes - Engines - Ford Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan. Liberty Motor cylinder - heating end of tubes

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - New training tractor Bi-Plane. Rear view of new defense advance training tractor bi-plane (Single seater) equipped with 100 h.p. 9 cylinder rotary gnome motor

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Bugatti Motors for the Government at the Duesenberg Motors Corporation Plant. Bugatti motor as redesigned and standardized for American manufacture. 16 cylinder -4.331" x 6.3" 450-500 hp at 1300-1400 rpm propeller speed

Balloons - Helium Plants - Development of helium work carried on under direction of the Bureau of Mines. Steel cylinder Rack, Helium Pump, Vaccuum Pump, Plant No. 3, located three miles north of Petrolia, Texas

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Curtiss Ox-5 airplane engines at the Willy-s Morrow Plant, Elmira, New York. Boring cylinder holes

Airplanes - Types - Latest Curtiss triplane establishes record as fastest in the world. In an official Navy Test, this Curtiss Triplane established a new world's mark for speed and climbing. Fully loaded and equipped, this plane achieved the speed of 160 miles an hour and climbed 12,500 in 10 minutes. The machine is equipped with a Curtiss Type, model K 12 cylinder engine, capable of attaining 400 Horse Power. The plane is the very latest Curtiss, type 18. The photo shows it at the plant of the Curtiss Engineering Corporation, Roosevelt Field, Garden City, Long Island

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Setting cylinder and cam follower guide studs in the crankcase. Willys-Overland. Co. N.Y

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Boring cylinder bosses in crank cases

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Hispano-Suiza Airplane Engines; Wright-Martin Aircraft Corp., New Brunswick, N.J. Moline spindle boring machine, boring 4 cylinder holes and facing the bottom of the bore in the aluminum blocks

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Curtiss Ox-5 airplane engines at the Willys-Morrow Plant, Elmira, New York. Tapping cylinder and cam shaft follower stud holes

Airplanes - Engines - Ford Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan. Liberty Cylinder - press - closing of tube (first press)

Airplanes - Engines - Ford Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan. Liberty Motor cylinder machine

Balloons - Manufacturing - General - Inflation of Goodyear Balloon M-49 showing manifold for gas from eighty cylinder trucks

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Boring, forming contour and turning chucking threads on open end of cylinder

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of 80 H. P. LE Rhone engine by Union Switch and Signal Co., Swissvale, PA. Finish turning and threading of cylinder bosses in crank cases

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Testing aeroplane motor cylinder castings by air pressure. Nordyke & Marmon Co

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Cylinder Department after heat treating. Nordyke & Marmon Co

Airplanes - Engines - Inspecting engines cylinder barrels. Packard Motor Car Co., Detroit, Michigan

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Hispano-Suiza Airplane Engines; Wright-Martin Aircraft Corp., New Brunswick, N.J. Machining steel cylinder sleeves

Airplanes - Engines - Aircraft Testing Field, Packard Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan. Machining cylinder barrels

Airplanes - Engines - 20 Cylinder French Airplane Motor used in instruction. The Anzani, 20 cylinder motor built in France for an aeroplane which was to cross the Atlantic, is being used by the students of the West Side Y.M.C.A., New York City. They are being taught the various workings of the immense motor. Inter. Film Ser

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacture of Liberty Motors, Nordyke and Marmon Co., Indianapolis, IND. Cylinder boring department

Ceremonies - Independence Day Parades (All States) - Manufacturing war materials for the government. Cylinder finishing department float of Harrisburg Pipe & Pipe Bending Co., Harrisburg, PA. Fourth of July parade, 1918. Tallest cylinders on left used by United States and French Armies as nitrogen containers for balloon service; smaller cylinders in background, as gas and liquid containers; small cylinders in foreground used in trench warfare service, to sound alarm of gas attack by enemy, a horn being applied to valve opening, and compressed air allowed to escape through horn. Red Cross Oxygen cylinders were used in all Army and Navy Hospitals

Airplanes - Engines - Aircraft testing field, Packard Motor Co., Detroit, Michigan. Boring cylinder barrels

Airplanes - Engines - Manufacturing Hispano-Suiza Airplane Engines; Wright-Martin Aircraft Corp., New Brunswick, N.J. Cylinder grinding operation

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - New training tractor Bi-Plane. Rear view of new defense advance training tractor bi-plane (Single seater) equipped with 100 h.p. 9 cylinder rotary gnome motor

Whitcomb Horizontal Opposed Four Cylinder Four Cycle Engine

Twin cylinder mail car

#5873 16" Barbette Carriage, Milling Recuperator Cylinder Cap Seat in Cradle

Agriculture in Egypt. Primitive irrigation. A spiral tube cylinder turned by a crank, to raise water

Substitute fuels tested. Conducting an experiment to determine whether engine wear is increased by the use of fuel substitutes, Emmet L. Reed of Washington, D.C. makes an identification mark on the cylinder of an automobile engine. The rate of the mark's disappearance will determine the degree of wear. This is part of the "ersatz" fuel experiments which are being conducted at the U.S. Bureau of Standards

Substitute fuels tested. Emmet L. Reed, laboratory assistant at the U.S. Bureau of Standards, uses a special microscope to measure the degree of wear which substitute gasoline has produced on an automobile engine cylinder

Texas Co. - refinery, Tanks

The new gambling game: Where will the mouse run? A concession at South Louisiana State Fair, Donaldsonville, Louisiana. Players place bets on particular numbers, caged mouse is placed on top of central cylinder, trap door is released and mouse runs to a numbered hole

Working on the cylinder of a locomotive at the C & NW RR 40th Street shops, Chicago, Ill.

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Petah-Tikvah. Wire drawing & nail factory. "Barzelit," Ltd. Red hot cylinder containing wire being removed from oven by crane

Tank manufacture (Chrysler). M-3s, the twenty-eight ton "medium" tanks being turned out in Detroit at the Chrysler tank arsenal, are powered by nine cylinder, 400 horsepower Wright Whirlwind aviation type engines. These men are working on the engine wiring sub-assembly

Tank manufacture (Chrysler). M-3s, the twenty-eight ton "medium" tanks being turned out in Detroit at the Chrysler tank arsenal, are powered by nine cylinder, 400 horsepower Wright Whirlwind aviation type engines. This is a general view of the final engine assembly department

Cylinder is screwed onto drop pipe. Long well project, Saint Mary's County, Maryland

A Detroit manufacturer of aircraft engines is seeking automatic screw machine facilities for the manufacture of ninety-six items of steel and bronze aircraft engine hardware in quantities from fourteen thousand to two-hundred thousand and in diameters from one-quarter to one and one-half inches. Three of the items are illustrated. Top left, bolt; top right, retainer; bottom, cylinder head stud

The pumping cylinder is on the end of the drop pipe and in the water. Safe well demonstration near La Plata, Maryland

Workmen counter-boring stud holes for the cylinder barrel in an aluminum crank-case for the Packard marine engine. Packard marine engine plant, Detroit

Storage of rough stock at the Packard marine engine plant, Detroit, Michigan. Photo shows, in foreground, the upper and lower halves of aluminum crankcases. Stacked in the background are stainless steel cylinder water jackets

Production. Pratt and Whitney airplane engines. Cylinder barrels for Pratt and Whitney airplane motors must undergo rigid inspection before being installed in the engines. The large plant producing motors is making an important contribution to our growing air power by keeping a steady stream of superior American engines flowing to the big aircraft plants. Pratt and Whitney Aircraft

Machine tool experts set up a fixture to be used in drilling tank engine cylinder bores. The no. 4 Cincinnati horizontal mill which will do the work is one of many fine machines in a big automobile factory now being converted to tank production. Ford Lincoln plant, Michigan

Production. Aircraft engines. A skilled mechanic and determined war worker, Zed W. Robinson, proves that skin pigment bears no relation to efficiency of work. He's one of many Negroes employed in a large Midwest aircraft plant in skilled and semi-skilled capacity. Tightening bolts of a cylinder barrel during the final build-up of an airplane engine is one of the jobs which, until fairly recently, was closed to members of his race. But this war demands that no American because of race, creed or color shall be barred from work. Melrose Park, Buick plant

Production. Aircraft engines. Ready for inspection, this line-up of cylinder barrels for airplane engines makes a formidable display. Engines for America's Victory bombers are manufactured in this enormous Midwest plant. Melrose Park, Buick plant

Production. Aircraft engines. Typifying American democracy at work, four soldiers of the production front assemble an airplane engine for Uncle Sam's soldiers of the battlefront. In this, as in other war factories throughout the U.S., prejudice pertaining to differences of race, creed or color have been scrapped by those who recognize that victory must have priority over intolerance. These four men are assembling cylinder barrels to an engine in a giant Midwest aviation plant. Melrose Park, Buick plant

De Land pool. Bits and parts. Faced with the problem of doubling production speed on a certain type of washer needed for the De Land, Florida pool aircraft contract, F.W. Casey went to his scrap heap. He took a two-cylinder gas engine from a spray machine used in an orange grove, a pump from the hydraulic lift of a dump truck, another pump from a steam engine cylinder, and built his hydraulic speed press. Too big for his little machine shop, the machine was set up in the yard, where it produces eight parts a minute for the war machine. Operating it is Norman Bane, Casey's one-man crew

Fitting a round peg in a square hole. Heating the cylinder for a large gun preparatory to forging it. Production of these guns for the war program is going ahead at top speed in eleven Navy arsenals throughout the country

Production. Steam power plant equipment. Cylinder and piston of a 6,000-ton hydraulic press used to form parts for high-pressure boilers. Steam boilers and other power-house equipment to supplement the hydroelectric installations of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) system are produced in the large Chattanooga shops of the Combustion Engineering Company

De Land pool. Aircraft construction class. Instructor Gil Angell shows Ernest Williams, high school student, how to install a cylinder on an aircraft engine in the Daytona Beach, Florida Vocational School that is turning out hundreds of workers for Florida's war production program