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English: I took this picture on Oct 9, 2005 in the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, CA. Kowloonese 19:30, 30 December 2005 (UTC) The picture shows a Link Orchestrion, a sophisticated type of mechanical musical instrument that played various instruments simultaneously. The bottom is replaced with a transparent panel to show the inner working of the mechanisms. This picture also shows the 'endless' music roll near the top of the piano.
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  • 2005-12-30 11:37 Kowloonese 643×640× (238624 bytes) I took this picture on Oct 9, 2005 in the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, CA. The picture shows a player piano. It has been converted to a coin-operated machine. The bottom is replaced with a transparent panel to show the inner working of the mech


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