Wagon Wheel Makers. Kyowa Wheels Review.
Wagon Wheel Makers
- a wheel of a wagon
- Wagon Wheels are a snack food in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, and the Republic of Ireland which have a marshmallow centre and are covered in a chocolate flavoured coating. They are produced and distributed by Burton's Foods.
- "Wagon Wheel" is a song originally sketched by Bob Dylan and later completed by Old Crow Medicine Show. Thom Jurek, , Allmusic
- A person or thing that makes or produces something
- (maker) Godhead: terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God
- (maker) manufacturer: a business engaged in manufacturing some product
- God; the Creator
- (maker) a person who makes things
wagon wheel makers - Nostalgia CCP-510
Nostalgia CCP-510 Circus-Cart Popcorn Maker, Red
At just under 5 feet, this tall, circus-style popcorn cart will be the hit of every party. This full-sized cart pops up to 1.5 gallons of movie-house quality popcorn per batch. Despite its old-fashioned, street-corner look, the Circus Cart Popcorn Maker is designed for use in your home so you can prepare hot, fresh popcorn anytime. It features a large, stainless steel kettle with a built in stirring system and kernel catcher to keep out the unpopped kernels. There is a compartment in the base of the unit for storage of supplies to help keep your cart well stocked and looking tidy. This popcorn cart offers an easy-to-clean design and is approved for commercial use.
Wheels of Industry. Hardendale Quarry, Cumbria.
Shapfell Limestone Quarry was originally owned by British Steel before becoming part of Corus Group the Anglo Dutch steel maker. In recent years with Corus sold to Indian steel giant Tata the site known as Hardendale to the railway industry has been dispatching less product by rail. Trains used to run daily carrying lime to Teesside but now just one flow remains running three days a week (MWFo) to Margam in South Wales for Port Talbot Abbey Steelworks. The lime on this flow is all containerised rather than the more traditional covered hopper trains that used to run to Lackenby on Teesside. (The wagons left will depart as 6V71 18.30 to Margam Knuckle Yard). The resident shunt pilot owned by Tata is ex BSC no.272 named Grosmont built by GEC Traction in 1978 (wks no.5470). On this date it had broken down and stands outside the loading bunker while standy loco no.404 idles on the rounding road in the middle. No.404 moved here when Workington Steelworks closed along with sister no.403 but only 404 is operational. It is of similar age to the GECT loco being built by Hunslet Engine Co. Leeds with works no. 8978 of 1979.
Toyota Land Cruiser, Vincennes, May 02nd 2010
The Toyota Land Cruiser (Japanese: ??? ????????, Toyota Rando-kuruza?) is a series of four-wheel drive vehicles produced by the Japanese car maker Toyota Motor Corporation. Development of the first generation Land Cruiser began in 1951 as Toyota's version of a Jeep-like vehicle and production started in 1954. The Land Cruiser has been produced in convertible, hardtop, station wagon, and utility truck versions. The Land Cruiser's reliability and longevity has led to huge popularity, especially in Australia where it is the best-selling full-size, body-on-frame, four-wheel drive vehicle. Toyota also extensively tests the Land Cruiser in the Australian outback—considered to be one of the toughest operating environments in terms of both temperature and terrain.
wagon wheel makers
Axle making techniques blossomed in the second half of the 19th century, following closely the development of wheelmaking. This industry saw tremendous changes throughout this period, moving from individual handmade wooden axles made by the wheelwright, to iron axles forged by the blacksmith and finally to the lathe-turned axle arms fabricated of iron and steel in factories. Like its companion, Wheelmaking, this book is a compilation of articles on axle making taken from late 19th century journals published in America for the carriage industry. Its articles are likewise divided into ten sections: a general chapter on the development of axle making, followed by sections on axle setting, axle manufacturers, patent axles, ball/roller bearing axles, axle types, lubrications, repair, and tools and equipment. 250 pages. 9 x 12. Profusely illustrated. Soft cover. $29.95. (2002)