This is a Powermatic 221 board planer that’s still in service at the sawmill used to reclaim wood from old demolished houses for use in the construction of “Tiny Texas Houses” in Luling, TX. This was manufactured in the " ‘o-matic days" of the 1950’s.

Canon 5D MK II, Tamron 28-300 VC, 3 images AEB +/-2, tripod mount, processed in aperture and the photomatix plugin

For more info, see Tiny Texas Houses

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  • Shulie1
    Shulie1about 3 years ago

    what a great piece of machinery – love the colour too

  • Thanks, Shulie. The color is what attracted me to this machine!

    – njordphoto

  • Wendy J. St. Christopher
    Wendy J. St. C...about 3 years ago

    Love your processing here, What a beautiful, old piece of equipment!

  • Thanks, Wendy. I may work on a couple other shots of equipment from this shop- the place was a goldmIne!

    – njordphoto

  • Wendy J. St. Christopher
    Wendy J. St. C...about 3 years ago

    I was curious enough to Google ‘Tiny Texas Houses’. What an intriguing concept! Thanks for helping me learn something new, today. :-)

  • I added a link to their site in the description!

    – njordphoto

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