So.. can someone tell me what this is? Both units are mounted on some sort of makeshift wagon.
@bekopharm A press and a fruit shredder I’d say.
@cybercow that’d make sense. Plenty of apple trees around and some barrels too.Still digging it out for a closer look. Hope the wheels still turn.
@bekopharmits a wine press on the left and grinder for grapes on the right i’d say
@bekopharmsry too late 😉 my client didn’t show that there were answers
@phr ah it’s cool. 2 comments makes 3 opinions. Love the net for this 😁
@bekopharmu didn’t ask for it but there’s a hrrow in the bg. (ha, i thought my knowledge about older agricultural technology (because of my oblivion) would never become handy. – i also know way too many words vor hoes and forks)
@phr define older. My hobby is medieval times. Mostly timber framed buildings currently.
@bekopharmmy family had a little farm, which is now more of a hobby, but there is plenty of tech which was outdated and replaced around the 1950s. so there is still plenty stuff like the press you got there.i’d guess the main innovation this stuff got in the 20th century was cast iron.
@phr I really wonder what to do with it. It seems functional and was in a dry location. I’d hate to see this going to waste. Just need that corner for my kids.
@bekopharm You could use it for making juice, apple juice, peach juice etc., depending on the fruits you can get 😉
@lorenzo If only I had no other hobbies I’d love to bring this one back to life 😀 We bring our apples to a local press that does all the bottling for us. We get our own juice back and not a replacement filling. That’s fine 🙂