Horse-powered buzz saw cutting firewood in Westport
A two-horse treadmill powering a buzz saw, being used to cut firewood by a crew of five men, in late fall or winter. Brick structure (most likely a school or public building) in background. Written on the treadmill is: A. W. Gray’s Sons Horsepower, Patented and Manufactured By A. W. Gray’s Sons, Middletown Springs, Vermont. Circa 1890-1900. Westport, NY. Donated by Judy Depew Howell.
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