A rarely seen Victorian Imperial Walker which was most likely made by Isembard Kingdom Brunel. It just shows that there is evil in all empires regardless of era. Some are cooler than others though.
Somehow, it makes way more sense this way.
My friend CrabFu did it, albeit in small scale, several years ago:
Image from: http://www.crabfu.com/steamtoys/steam_walker/
More steam powered goodness: <a href="http://www.crabfu.com/steamtoys/” target=”_blank”>http://www.crabfu.com/steamtoys/
That's really cute.
Professor, we're all going to chip in and get you a less smokey/steamy walker.
<img src="https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-xe99EWiXsJg/TzKgoG8v8PI/AAAAAAAAbA4/yYama-By6po/Walker.png" />
Not big enuff for Brunel. He never did things half way.
That's a fascinating photo. However, that walker couldn't have been built by Isambard Brunel, the famous British engineer of the 19th century, since he died in 1859. The locomotive pictured is of a style that didn't come about until after 1900.
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