Courtesy of Geo. A. Creators, 402 Nicholson Ave., Long Beach, Miss. A Model T. Peerless Engine, Serial year 1892, owned and rebuilt by Geo. A. Cretors and Herbert T. Downs, Long Beach, Mississippi.
Geo. A. Creators
Courtesy of Chester H. Franklin, Williamsburg, Ind. This is our separator threshing in 1951. From left to right are J. A. Franklin, C. H. Franklin, Morris Franklin, Paul Kennedy and Windfield Piehe. The first three men are three generations of Franklins.
Chester H. Franklin
Courtesy of F. S. Bennett, 51 Arnoldale Rd., West Hartford 7, Conn. This is an old saddle tank engine from Hartford Electric Light Company back in operation at the trolley Museum in 1962. Steam train runs on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month. Trolley
F. S. Bennett
Courtesy of R. L. Huntsperger, Williams, Minn. Loading platform on the North Pacific tracks next to Huber Co. branch, Fargo, North Dakota, 1909.
R. L. Huntsperger
Courtesy of G. A. Human, Gerber, California. A steam boiler is being lowered into a locomotive frame in the South Shasta engine house. All in miniature, inch scale. You have to see it to believe.