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#1 posted 07-23-2020 09:47 PM

Yeah, I get hooked on watching YouTube videos, mostly about steam railroads, traditional woodworking, some modern woodworking and sometimes antique woodworking machinery. It is amazing how much antique belt driven equipment is out there and either still operates, or is being brought back to operating condition. Wonderful old arn sheenry……

- OleGrump

If you don’t watch him already check out Keith Rucker. He is currently rebuilding an 1800's metal planer that is massive.

-- Andy - Seattle USA

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