Antique Acres-A Comfortable Place To Be 1974 Show Report of Antique Acres, Cedar Falls, Iowa
Souvenir Booth at the Show. Here one may subscribe to Iron-Men Album, Gas Engine Magazine, Engineers & Engines and The Stumptown Steamer. The booth has for sale a multitude of books on steamers, gas tractors, gas engines, trouble-shooting books, operator
Imprints in the sands of time at Antique Acres compliments of the Smolik's 140 Reeves steamer.
Art Robinson, Sioux Falls, South Dakota operating his 1-3/4'' scale model of one of the first John Deere Power Balers and a 1-3/4'' scale model of a Canadian Standard Gas Engine. Art and his wife are great show people.
The summer entrance to Antique Acres, Cedar Falls, Iowa. This was a large diseased elm, cut down, painted and topped with one of the Acres gas engines. Courtesy of Harold Pries, Sec.-Treas. Antique Acres, Route 1, 7610 Waverly, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613
Courtesy of J. Lester Badders, Box 278, Route 1, Lockbourne, Ohio, 43137
Courtesy of Fred P. Brubaker, Box 241, Bird City, Kansas 67731
Fred P. Brubaker
Ed, Forest, and Jose Trego had been grading this road in front of their house in 1917 when a flash flood changed the course of Trego Creek at Massieville, seven miles south of Chillicothe, Ohio. In about two days they had this steam engine dug out and rea