Jerry Soloman is a large art framing shop in West Hollywood, and we had to go there today to pick up a 4' x 5' framed photo before installing it in Beverly Hills. They frame all sorts of things in all sorts of styles, and apparently no frame is too large for them. (I saw some in the 12' range.)
Anyway, while waiting around for them to find the piece we were picking up, I commented to one of the shop managers that I admired the 24" Mini Max bandsaw I saw off in the distance in the shop. He said "Oh, you like big machines? You should see what we have out back in the yard". Turns out a little later we were following him to another building, so we took a detour to see the boneyard. I didn't want to go too crazy with the cell phone camera, so I only took one shot, but thought you might enjoy seeing the backside a 16" Yates American jointer and a 24" disk sander (didn't see the make of it).
The rust on the beds is superficial...Irving (the manager) said something about making them less desirable to steal, but I think he was joking around. He agreed when I said it looked like nothing a couple hours and a can of WD-40 and some steel wool couldn't fix. I told him it was a good thing I didn't have the room in my shop, or else I'd have to come see if the liftgate on my pickup could handle the jointer. He laughed and said when they moved it out there with the forklift, they had to be careful not to hit any bumps or else the back wheels would come off the ground.
The green machine behind the disk sander looked like some sort of a twin motor miter chopsaw. The motor spindles and blades are at 90º to each other. I didn't get a chance to study it much, but next time I'm there I'll try to get some better pics of it.