Steam hammer, 1920s

Steam hammer, 1920s

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Caption: Steam hammer, 1920s. Industrial worker using a steam hammer capable of producing 150,000 lbs of pressure (nearly 70 tonnes). The steam hammer was made by the Erie Foundry Company, of Erie, Pennsylvania, USA. It may have been made for the Ford Motor Company. Photographed on 18 January 1924, by the Detroit Publishing Company.

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