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English: Cross-section of Otis elevators installed in Eiffel Tower
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Source File from http://www.scientificlib.com/en/Technology/Literature/RobertMVogel/ElevatorSystemsEiffelTower.html. Work originall published in La Nature, (Paris) May 4, 1889, vol. 17, p. 360
Author Unknown (signed as "Poyet")

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