The carpenter’s workshop with the original dockyard sawmill and fully-equipped metalwork shop with belt-driven lathes and other machinery.
This 19th century British lathe was made by Pollock & Macnab Ltd., engineers and motor car manufacturers, at the Britannia Machine Tool Works in Bredbury, Manchester. L: 464 cm W: 140 cm H: 178 cm
One of the few remaining parts of the original Şirket-i Hayriye dockyard, this important and historic wood saw was made in Glasgow, Scotland, by the steel engineering firm P&W MacLellan (1805- 1979). It is still in fully functioning condition nearly 150 years later. L: 775 cm W: 187 cm H: 240 cm