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Mec E, Machine Lab

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This is the Machine Lab in the Mechanical Engineering Building on the North Campus of the University of Alberta. The students in this image are working in the undergraduate area in this lab. This lab is also commonly known as the Bear Pit, and the pedway above is a tour stop on the campus walking tour given to new students.

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