Sunday, June 4, 2017

Hard working men and the biggest crosscut saw I've ever seen.

Man, I wonder where that saw is today?   One hopes it is still cared for and maintained, even if it's just hanging over someone's mantle.  It's interesting that it has a pattern of four cutters and then a raker.  


4 comments:

  1. Big attitude - big work.

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  2. They actually made longer saws than that by taking two saws and welding them together. I would think they'd be a real job to use.

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  3. I wouldn't want to arm wrestle one of those guys for money! Very few men work that hard today!

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  4. In their day they called them "misery whips".

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