This engine has hauled a good many tons of iron ore, and is on display at Two Harbors, Minn.
Here is a picture of Gilmar blocking his Advance on a low boy trailer.
Here are some pictures that were taken of my large Avery tractor which I threshed with several years down around cool Valley, I11. when I drove it in the yard they didn't seem so happy, thought it cost to much for fuel but when I was through they all rema
Pictured is a pioneer engine used in earlier days in Garfield to run a concrete mixer and later in the city pump station. The picture was taken in 1962 and the engine is running. I have this 6 H. P. engine on display in my garden and steam it up several t
The small engine is one I made myself. It took almost three years to complete. I take it to steam engine conventions and fire it up at home and all the children in the neighborhood come to take their turn to ride on it and pull the whistle. We call it the
My Uncle Levi Hokes' threshing outfit with a Peerless engine. This picture was taken on the Ben Studebaker farm 14 miles north of Dayton, Ohio in 1919.
Erie shovel converted to a steam crane.
This is my 1927 Dodge that I bought new on March 11, 1927. This photo came to us in color and it's a 'Beauty' red and white two-tone. Both the car and the owner look in fine shape Anna Mae
No. 247 is a 0-6-0 T type locomotive and was built in 1894 for the Grand Trunk Railway. It was used for many years in yard service at Montreal. And there is our lady again to indicate size of the engine. See Dr. Kirk's article.
I've just purchased a 1923 L. Goodison and am working on it now. This picture is taken before I brought it home.
This photo is from the American Locomotive Company, New York, showing the locomotive built for the Delaware, Lackawann & Western Railroad
This Avery 40 is the engine which C. R. Willits refers to in 3 issues of Memories in July & August, September & October and November and December, 1959, in which he tells of the experience he and his son had in getting it to Mt. Pleasant, Iowa from Oklah
Here is a picture of a Single-Crank Compound Burrell Traction Engine 'Ivy', No. 2597, owned by John Patten of Bishops Stortford, Herts, England. This photograph was taken in 1936.
This picture is of his 65 H.P. Case engine and 36 x 58 Case thresher, threshing oats at his place.