No Levittown Pictures this time (groans and cheers from the peanut gallery), but I have some pics of the cloth-wiring harness and light-sockets from a 1950s Crouse Hinds Type DT traffic signal. I used this for about a month, before giving it a closer look and finding some bare and burned spots. Not knowing what might be lurking in the bundle, I replaced it with new sockets and 18AWG zip-wire to a new terminal block.
Pic1: The whole harness, sockets and (damaged) terminal block.
Pic2: (Fuzzy) closeup of the terminal block and the crimp-ons. (Not mine!) Yes, every neutral goes to one crimp, once again, not my work.
Language can be a separation, even here in the states... For instance, when I was in NH last summer, it took me a good week or two before I was able to decipher the Boston/New England accent to a point where I could hold normal conversations without seeming totally stupid.
The first time I went to Shaw's and the lady asked me if I wanted a carriage for my groceries, I stared like I was on a different planet.
(We usually call them shopping carts here in the NW)