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17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wicked sick site: It's a tragedy no one seems to have noticed it...

Anonymous said...

Bloody good show!

TooMuchDew said...

Rod, Love the whole site! Thanks for the write-up on the Firefighting Apparatus!

Anonymous said...

Amazing site I love the creations you make and the whole atmosphere o the site

Anonymous said...

Love the writing. keep up the good work!

BadRabbit said...

Great site sir, I commend your efforts.

However the Toenjes Firefighting Apparatus artical is a bit confusing. You say it features a large reservoir of compressed water, but as it is not really possible to compress a liquid, would it not be more likely that it used compressed gas to displace the water, thus allowing it's impressive preformance. Also Karl Benz, the inventor of the automobile, was granted patent for it in 1886, the "Motorwagen" being built in 1885. Assuming Toenjas' family bought their's when it was first on sale in 1888 and he dismantled it straight away when he was seven, he would be -3 when he joined the Fire Department. Of course as this is steampunk I may be wrong about the car. I don't think the properties of water should be different though.

Rod Gillies said...

Good point on the physical properties of liquids my good man. The offending article has been amended.

Mr T said...

very good effort, done simlar things myself! keep it up

Anonymous said...

Hey,
Finally took the time to read through the sight. It's amazing.I'm thinking of making my own steampunk blog for my creations now.
Puriri

Anonymous said...

hi dad its MEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!

Phill:J said...

Wow, amazing stuff, only problem with site is I can't seem to subscribe to it, is the RSS feed broken?

Alex "grease monkey" Baio said...

more than words can describe but like all great things they always have room for upgrades like add some grays silvers and golds to the site background and text that would be awsome but overall love the site thx feel free to email me to share ideas and building tips
P.S.but always have the subject for the message be steamlegos so i know its you and not a scam/virus

SafePit said...

Great site! Love the detail and images. Really nice work giveing your "modern" photos that authentic look and feel.

atillac said...

Inspiring, refreshing and comfortably distracting me from everyday strife. I keep coming back to look again and again. Please keep this site open.

We all live anachronistic lives.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Fantastic! Not only are your constructs unbelievably good, but your presentation is just mind blowing! Well done!

Anonymous said...

What a great site!

Anonymous said...

Followed you on flickr.
awesome builds. i am planning to write a steampunk novel. heard you wrote one and want to read it.