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How about a Whats This Topic -  Going thro lots of images, saw this and wondered, what the? (I know the answer from the surrounding images) Pany/Leica Lens..

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Interior of Steam Engine Boiler - Being Renovated  Railtown Railway Museum  Jamestown Ca

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