Above are our three steam engines, left to right: 20 HP Advance, 18 HP double cylinder Gaar-Scott and another 18 HP double cylinder Gaar-Scott. Courtesy of John Holp, Lewisburg, Ohio 45338.
Various Gas Powered Units Come Tend Some
Stanley Steamers Come Fix Som
Various Steam Powered Units Come Tend Some
Various Water Powered Units Come Tend Some
Miles of Flowers Come Walk Some
Ruby Material Come Pan Some
Gold Stamp Mill Come Pan Some
No. 999 is a 1904 Cagney 15'' gauge locomotive. It used to pull the amusement park train on Coney Island. R. G. Maddox acquired it at a dispersal sale of the Cagney estate some years ago and has restored it and operates it at Purgitsville, West Virginia.
1915 16-50 Nichols & Shepard engine owned by Messrs. Layton, Neal and Miller at the Eastern Shore Threshermen and Collectors Assoc, Inc. Show at Federalsburg, Maryland in August 1971. Picture taken by Dave Egan of Mechanicsburg, Pa. Courtesy of Earlene Ri
Pictured above is my 2? scale model 16 HP Advance steam traction engine. It took 3 years of my spare time to make the parts and build it. My Dad had a 16 HP Advance when I was born in 1910 and I also had one 43 years ago. I sold it for $40.00 in 1934. I w
Donald E. Kelley
Harry A. Strelluf, 84 years young, thresher and steam fan who enjoys reading his Iron-Men Album very much is standing by my half size Reeves engine. Courtesy of Haston L. St. Clair, Box 140 A, R. R. 1, Holden, Missouri 64040.
Haston L. St. Clair
8 HP Russell engine owned by Marc Lamoreaux, Waterville, Kansas. This engine is nicely restored and Marc is just mounting the footboard. Courtesy of Edwin H. Bredemeier, Steinauer, Nebraska 68441.