Early experiences led Minnesota man to steam engine models.
The governor on the Victoria engine.
A Peanut Rider hot air engine.
Roger Meland with a disply of engines outside under a canopy at a thresher show.
The vacuum (flamelicker) engine.
A close-up photo of the horizontal winch engine.
The beginning of Roger Meland's dream of a horizontal winch engine like the one he saw as a kid. On the left side is a pulley to run a cement mixer and on the right is the lever used to put the machine in neutral.
The Walking Beam engine, a popular engine, with castings made by Stuart. This engine depicts Watts' parallel motion. Everyone thinks, at first, that it is an oil well engine.
A Stuart engine, a popul English make, runs a generator. This verticlal engine has a 3/4-inch bore and stroke. You can also put a reversing gear on it.
A Stuart mill engine, the first engine Roger Meland cast.