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Zadoc P. Dederick's Steam Man: Automatons (Ancient Robotic Humanoides)

In Zadoc Dederick of Newark, New Jersey built a robotic man wearing a top hat to pull carriages. His creation became known as "the Newark Steam Man," and its inventor hoped to build an army of steampunkish carriage drivers.

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The Clerk is the new sculpture from Melbourne based Artist Alexander Johnson aka Morffin. Looks Steampunk to me.

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Globe motor and provisional engine John Ernst Worrel Keeley

Mechanical Elephant | Frank Stuart | 1949-50 | On July 28, 1950, Frank Stuart gave his first public outing of his man-made walking elephant, walking the roads of Essex with a load of children in its howdah. This robot "Jumbo" is the remarkable invention by Mr. Frank Stuart, a theatrical mask maker and scenic artist. | source: http://cyberneticzoo.com/

A robotic jumbo dumbo. 8 feet tall and walking at 27 miles per hour. Stuart’s handmade Elephant has parts, a steel frame and a 10 horsepower motor. Frank Stuart’s Elephant Robot 1950

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Steampunk science - the world's first Lavinsky gravity wave particle accelerator that played a key role in making time travel possible.

Yellow Submarine by PHILIPPE LE GALL #sculpture #kinetic #France

Yellow Submarine by PHILIPPE LE GALL #sculpture #kinetic #France

poster by set designer Lee Simonson for Theatre Guild production of R.U.R.

poster by set designer Lee Simonson for Theatre Guild production of R.

10 Public Domain Characters That Are Overdue For A Reboot

10 Public Domain Characters That Are Overdue For A Reboot

10 Public Domain Characters Overdue For A Reboot

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