Posted by Vic. Louie on February 22, 2009 
Nice shot Dave.
Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2) on February 22, 2009 
My two guesses are the "rolly-chair" and the tripod. ;-) Regardless, great shot and overview of the machine shop!
Posted by David Honan on February 22, 2009 
Very interesting "detail" shot, Dave. I'd nominate the white plastic hardhat on the bench at bottom-right as another out-of-place object.
Posted by on February 22, 2009 
I spot three things which are out of place/date: 1 - The Bogen Tripod; 2 - The Fire Extinguisher; 3 - The wadded-up wrapper for the Quarter-Pounder w/Cheese dropped in the top of the toolbox.
Posted by Firewrangler83 on February 22, 2009 
Nice composition - Don't forget to mention the modern Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher - had this been the early 40s or 50s it most likely would have been a a pressurized water can (though those are still used today)
Posted by Gary Campbell on February 23, 2009 
Possibly the aluminum ladder leaning against the crane? Great photo of the inner workings of railroading!
Posted by Matt Demuth on February 23, 2009 
The large white plastic drum that looks like it being used for a garbage can. Great Shot
Posted by guymonmd on February 23, 2009 
I like the previous suggestions for what is out of place. I want to add the air compressor hose just to the right of the workbench. It would have been black rubber 50 years ago
Posted by Marty Bernard on February 23, 2009 
Let's turn this question around. The lack of a Marilyn Monroe calendar says it's not a half century ago.
Posted by Jordan on February 24, 2009 
And it looks like there's a modern plastic gallon-size jug behind the tool chest - those wouldn't have been common in the era of glass milk bottles!
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