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This train engine sculpture is built from discarded thick wire, metal sheets, nuts and screws, as well as discarded pieces from a die machine. When Mexico's Armando Ramirez builds the train sculpture's main frame, he uses die pieces to form the cauldron.

This train engine sculpture is built from discarded thick wire, metal sheets, nuts and screws, as well as discarded pieces from a die machine. When Mexico's Armando Ramirez builds the train sculpture's main frame, he uses die pieces to form the cauldron.

This digger sculpture is sculpted by Mexico's Armando Ramirez from a collection of scrap metal pieces and auto parts. The sculpture's cabin, for example, is built with thick wire, metal sheets, screws and a pulley.

This digger sculpture is sculpted by Mexico's Armando Ramirez from a collection of scrap metal pieces and auto parts. The sculpture's cabin, for example, is built with thick wire, metal sheets, screws and a pulley.

If you overlaid a gold gear where the front of the train is on the print, it would make an awesome steampunk piece...

If you overlaid a gold gear where the front of the train is on the print, it would make an awesome steampunk piece...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graham_williams/6353017351/sizes/l/in/pool-uksteamengines/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graham_williams/6353017351/sizes/l/in/pool-uksteamengines/

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