Video: There's a crap ton of steel in broken down bridges, and some of that steel gets repurposed into things like turntables. It's already fun to imagine a structure that connects land getting re-used for an instrument for sound, but it's even cooler to see the whole melty metal process of it all. Who doesn't like watching molten steel get poured out? Just me? Whatever. My favourite part of the video: When they just push the dang turntable mould to smash it to get the goods.
How Old Bridges Are Turned Into Turntables
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