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Westinghouse Air Brake Co. (Moulding Scene) (1904)

Men working in teams carry buckets of molten material and pour the material into what appear to be molds lined up on the ground.
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Men working in teams carry buckets of molten material and pour the material into what appear to be molds lined up on the ground.

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May 1904 (USA)  »

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Westinghouse Co. No. 3, Moulding Machine  »

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Westinghouse Air Brake Co. (Moulding Scene) (1904)
17 August 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Westinghouse Air Brake Co. (Moulding Scene) (1904)

During the early 1900's Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company made a number of industrial films that allowed the public to see what went on inside their buildings. Needless to say, these films didn't contain any sort of plot but some might find them interesting.

I'm not sure if you'd call this a "sequel" or not but there was also a film made about some men working on the air brake line and this one here shows us the molding that happens. Once again it's fascinating getting to see what these men looked like when they were working and it's interesting to see how the work is done. However, once again, we just keep seeing the same thing happening over and over again and it gets boring to the point where you want to quit watching.


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