Lathe (Drill Press, Scroll Saw)
by Jeff Johnson
Walker Turner Drill Press
Purchased it about 30 years ago along with a Scroll Saw and a Drill Press. It came with an extension for the lathe. Used the drill press and scroll saw quite a bit over the years but not the lathe. I purchased it in Westerly RI from a guy that had them all connected together to one motor via a pulley system. It also had a circular saw but I did not get it. They are of the Driver Line and have labels on them stating Walker Turner Co. Inc Jersey City, NJ. Due to the labels stating Jersey City, not Plainfield, I would have to assume they are pre 1933 vindage. The Lathe looks like an I30-a model and the Drill Press a DP 101 model. No idea of the scroll saw model. They all work and are in very good condition. I kept them greased when I used them but they have been in storage for some years now.
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