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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by popthree, Nov 17, 2019.
About 30" high maybe 15# double walled steel. Beer for scale.
If it’s double walled steel I’m guessing it was for keeping something hot or cold like a big thermos
That’s the best guess I have
Does it looks like it was ever heated from the bottom ?
Most likely a beer scale. Maybe a depository for hot coals, steel bits.
Great photo....I find beer often puts things in their proper perspective, too.
Bodies sink fastest in those!
And I did the spinal tap thing. Read 30 inches as 30 feet. Lol. Till I opened the picture I was wondering a beer would make a meaningful scale.
As for what it is, i think it’s for storing flour or some other dry commodity.
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I bought a milk container at a garage sale when I was a kid that looked a lot like that. It may have been used to store cold milk.
Some more detailed views might help.
But it looks like the handles are extra sturdy, and it appears there is a slight lip provided for pouring.
The bottom and its holes might be a further clue......
Its part of some sort of "process" so to speak....
Dismalhead might be on to something. Dairy process. Could well be.
a container for spent radioactive fuel?...
need to see a pic of the inside.
I’d say it a vessel for holding hot waste like oil or coals in a foundry.
Ice cream churn container?
That would kind of suck, seeing as it’s empty now...
I’m sticking with it was used for heating something what that something was I don’t know
I was thinking this might be plausible also maybe used for foundry work like melting lead or something similar
It's where a loved one turned into a zombie is being kept.
Too much "Walking Dead" watching. Sorry.
Radioactive material disposal unit, guaranteed for one half life only...
Ash can. For cleaning out a coal/wood burning furnace/boiler where some hot coals may still linger.
You put Schrödinger's cat in there and unbelievably the cat is both alive and dead!