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    Pics of my new fridge and washing m/c.

    just kidding.....these were in the Bowraville (NSW) museum, among a plethora of great interesting stuff. We spent 2 hours in there and I can wholly recommend a visit if you are in the area. Both pics with 12-24 nikkor. The fridge even has rotating shelves...don`t get this nowdays...lol.




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    Here I was thinking I was going to see pics of man accomplishing the impossible....actually locating the washing machine!
    Cool shot of the old wm, though, I find stuff like that fascinating....and have not seen one like that before.
    My great grandmother still used to use the old wringer though, I remember from when I very young.
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    I can recall having a w/m with the wringer on top when I was very young....not this one though, it`s a tad older.

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    Good shots

    I quite like the idea of the rotating shelves in the fridge - think be really handy like that
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    I'm with the rotating shelves in the fridge, might stop the 'lost items in the back of the fridge syndrome', and my grandmother had a washing machine with a ringer on top too. Nice find!
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    thanks Cat and Tess....could be a great innovation these rotating shelves....lol

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    In a word and a smiley............ACME...

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    where`s the road runner Col?....gave me a laugh too.

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