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Edwin Harrington & Sons Lathe. Facing a large casting in the smallest lathe (the 28″/48″) with its centres raised by 9″. Note the long extension arm carrying the tool post and the rather narrow flat belt drive- the cut could only have been a light one, despite the bracing arm which can be seen reaching down to a slideway machined along the lower edge of the bed at floor level

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