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Farm Equipment Salvage Yard
- Agricultural machinery is any kind of machinery used on a farm to help with farming. The best-known example of this kind is the tractor.
- means equipment, machinery, and repair parts manufactured for use on farms in connection with the production or preparation for market use of food resources.
- A place where disused vehicles or other machinery is broken up and the parts saved and processed for resale
- A scrapyard (British English) or junkyard (American English) (also called wreck yard, wrecker's yard, salvage yard, breakers yard and scrapheap), is the location of a dismantling business where wrecked or decommissioned vehicles are brought, their usable parts are sold for use in operating
- (Salvage yards) Any area, lot, land, parcel, building or structure or part thereof used for the salvage or disposal of materials, including, but not limited to, motor vehicles, boats and other machinery.
- Land where waste, discarded metals, building materials, paper, textiles, used
Walthers Cornerstone Series Kit HO Scale Washington Salvage Yard
Combining office and a large work area into one structure, Washington Salvage is typical of the main buildings at many businesses, especially today's materials recycling facilities found in many communities. And, this combination of brick office and steel garage structure has been common since the 1960s, so your model could also serve as a county or city highway department garage, bus barn for a local mass transit authority, construction company offices, truck or farm equipment dealership or any one of hundreds of similar businesses.
7/14/07 Salvage Yard Fire
Fire in a salvage yard created lots of smoke and access problems. Sections of a homeless encampment also burned.
© Photo by Mike Meadows
Richmond is home to several Architectural Salvage Yards where you can buy anything from bath tubs to pieces of molding.
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"What's old is new again" is the theme of this lush, inspiring, hands-on guide. Salvage Style for Outdoor Living celebrates the beauty of everyday objects and shows you how to uncover treasures in antique shops, junkyards, and flea markets. You'll learn the ins and outs of transforming antique trinkets, discarded materials, and architectural details into stylish patio and garden furniture and accessories.
From turning scaffolding into a picnic bench and wooden ladders into ladderback patio chairs, to making old slate into a tabletop and discarded windows into outdoor lighting, these 30 inspirational projects are proof that you can reuse and recycle without turning your back on style and sophistication. You'll find dozens of inspirational ideas and tips that will make you see objects that others have discarded in a new light.
Moira and Nicholas Hankinson are pioneers of reclamation, and they hope that you can discover, as they have, the pleasure in taking an object that has already had one life and turning it into something new, beautiful, and original. Moira and Nicholas Hankinson left London behind and with it their careers in design and the art world. The call of the country took them to rural Somerset, England, where they set up their company, Somerset Creative Products, to produce an internationally acclaimed line of furniture and accessories for the house and garden. Passionate about their subject, they are well known as pioneers of reclamation, using salvaged wood, glass, and metal in many of their creations. Two of their previous homes, both restored using rescued materials wherever possible, have been featured in decorating magazines. They are also the authors of Garden Ornaments and Salvage Style in Your Home and have appeared on television to share their remarkable design ideas.
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