A 20 HP Minneapolis owned by Robert C. Carman of Houghton Lake Heights, Michigan, Bob Carman, standing on engine, Harold Holden [looking down] and John Ulrich. Courtesy of Lyall S. Jones, 515 Nebobish Avenue, Bay City, Michigan 48706
Lyall S. Jones
This shot is of a 25-85 Nichols & Shepard twin cylinder plowing engine, one of the last engines ever made by N & S. No. 12577, owned by Frank Schuster of Garnett, Kansas.
Ivan Reed of Parsons, Kansas is a Master-Craftsman as evidenced by the superb model he proudly shows. The tiny governor works with precision. Ivan has not skipped any detail. Courtesy of Bernard A. Hines, 7197 Mississippi St., Merrillville, Indiana 46410.
Bernard A. Hines
No. 100 duplicate locomotive, the Sam Houston, used in the Centennial Parade at Longview and Mexia, Texas in 1970 and 1971. That's John W. Hedge, engineer, the ''Daddy'' of Old No. 100 ready to give the hot rods a squirt of oil. Long live the age of steam
John W. Hedge
This photo is the rear view of the 25-85 N & S heavy geared plowing engine. That's Frank Schuster of Garnett, Kansas moving the engine. It is shown at the Pioneer Harvest Fiesta at Fort Scott, Kansas.
This picture is a Reeves ''High Wheel'' engine, one of the rarest engines in the U.S.A. The engine has the same front and drive wheels as the Reeves ''40'' gas tractor. There are only 2 or 3 of these engines known in existence. Engine is owned by George R