Machine in monochrome


This is an old piece of machinery that was on display at the Distillery District downtown. According to one of my readers, it's a "chomper". I think that's a reasonable deduction as to what this machine does.  Happy Monday!

PS: This will be my last week in Crete on my travel blog. Stop by and take a look.

14 comments:

JM said...

I have no idea but it surely looks powerful.

Calusarus said...

A very nice industrial shot

Steve Harris said...

Looking over my shoulder, my six year old son rather convincingly concluded, "it's a chomper Dad... it chomps things". So there you have it. A chomper.

Tanya said...

i think "chomper" is a good guess!

Olivier said...

"les temps modernes" revus , tres beau b&w

RedPat said...

I have no idea!
Riverdale park has the farm which is cool and then it is mostly playing fields but the bridge over the Don connecting the 2 halves is fun. In the winter the park is great for tobogganing. The residential area around the farm is called Cabbagetown and it is wonderful to explore.

Lois said...

I don't know either, but it makes a great picture!

Halcyon said...

@Steve - I think "chomper" it is!

Milanblogger said...

i loooooove the monochrome when are perfect as this

Regina K said...

Chomper, don't think I want to turn it on. I like this in black and white.

Jack said...

It is a machine for folding and pressing napkins. (Halcyon, just guess . . . none of us know!!!)

EG Wow said...

A chomper? Ha! :))

Halcyon said...

My husband (who is an engineer) has informed me it's a machine to bend pieces of metal. I think I prefer "chomper". :)

Randy said...

Excellent b&w!

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