The Lane & Bodley steam traction engine was built by Lane & Bodley Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio. Lane & Bodley Co., was established in 1851 and was Incorporated as a stock company in 1876. The company was started by H. M. Lane and J. T. Bodley. Very little is
This Is a 1923 model 19 or 22 HP Keck-Gonnerman single, rear-geared engine. It used the Miller reverse for single engine, with a variable cut off. AU the engines were equipped with a very simple and accurate balance valve of K-G design.
A. B. Farquar steam traction engine was built in 1885 at York, Pa. This engine used the locomotive type boiler. A. B. Farquhar bold his agricultural implements all around the globe.
A 12 HP Case steam traction engine as pictured in an 1897 J. I. Case Co. catalog.
The 20 HP Harrison Jumbo steam traction engine was provided with an Injector, ejector and cross-head pump, so arranged that feed water could be drawn from a barrel on the ground, from the head tank into the boiler, or from the water wagon into the head ta
This 8 HP Aultman-Taylor was built in 1905 by Aultman-Taylor Machinery Co. of Mansfield, Ohio. This engine is a betel gear compensating type.