Bit of a story here...My Big Job I call it ended after 27 years (Plant closure due to Merger). Company corralled all tooling (tons) and all other inventory to one of the buildings. This is some of the pics of stuff I got through an special company offering to employees. One of the squeeze guns I grabbed I later saw Huey and Brian on it. I worked with these fellows. Huey gave me his Snap-On Tool chest when he left/retired at closing. (He worked on QEII in Scotland prior to Aviation) He passed away 6 months after leaving the plant. I remember Huey...great guy he was. That big 2" morse taper drill. It was scrap. Look at the tang at the taper end...twisted and broken off. That must have a story to tell. I like to show it to people when they mess up a hole drilling. I hold it up and say this will fix it joking. Usually brings a chuckle even though bad holes are no laughing matter. This stuff to me brings back memories...Was a ton of Aviation history in the plant National Steel Car, Victory Aircraft, Avro, de Havilland, Douglas and McDonnell Douglas. 1938-2005 planes planes planes.