This threshing scene was photographed at the Glassenburg Estate in Cranbrook in 1945. You would think that it had been taken about 70 years ago because it was driven by a portable steam engine.
This picture is of my harrow hitch built on the plow so I can hang the sections up to move through grain fields. This outfit cost $23,500.00.
21 hp Advance tandem Compound. Its owner is Ed Nelsen of Bird City. Martin Zabel of Englewood, Colorado perched on this beauty.
This is a Post Tractor made about 1915 to 1920 around New London, Ohio.
M. T. Throndson's Case 80 hp. No. 34387 with Howard at the throttle, taken in August of '63 at Longmont, Colorado . Note the cook wagon in background. This engine is in top shape and is one of the later ones, has the longer flues, deep firebox, etc. which
Reunion Gems. 'SOMETHING AIN'T QUITE RIGHT ABOUT THE 5:15'