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22 hp. Advance Rumely

Ray H. Ernst with his 22 hp. Advance Rumely No. 14854. Built in 1920 and had good maintenance and care. Equipped with a Pyle National Turbo Generator, it has plenty Of electricity for the head light and cab lights. Ray lived in Wayland, Iowa, and was the

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Those were the good old days!

My father passed away in 1962 at the ripe old age of 95. He saw the steam engines come and go during his lifetime. Courtesy of Edgar M. Hill, 3609 Velma Drive, Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240.

Those in the picture from left to right: Raymond Linn of Meadville, Pa., Lee Roy Greenfield of Kennard, Pa., Raymond Knierman of Linesville and Graynord Quick of Espyville, Pa. Mr. Quick had his three inch scale Case traction engine and also his big Baker Steamroller on the grounds.

I have the coal fired Atlantic and also a diesel type loco and train operating by appointment on a 1/8 mile lay-out on our property. Courtesy of Raymond H. Knierman, 435 West Erie Street, Linesville, Pennsylvania 16424.

I have had the privilege of operating this engine at the Milton, Ontario, Reunion for the past four years. I am standing at front of rear wheel. All pictures were taken when putting the engine away for the winter at Mr. Johnson's home. Courtesy of Leland Nelson, 475102nd St., Niagara Falls, New York 14304.

I have had the privilege of operating this engine at the Milton, Ontario, Reunion for the past four years. I am standing at front of rear wheel. All pictures were taken when putting the engine away for the winter at Mr. Johnson's home. Courtesy of Leland Nelson, 475102nd St., Niagara Falls, New York 14304.

I have had the privilege of operating this engine at the Milton, Ontario, Reunion for the past four years. I am standing at front of rear wheel. All pictures were taken when putting the engine away for the winter at Mr. Johnson's home. Courtesy of Leland Nelson, 475102nd St., Niagara Falls, New York 14304.

I have had the privilege of operating this engine at the Milton, Ontario, Reunion for the past four years. I am standing at front of rear wheel. All pictures were taken when putting the engine away for the winter at Mr. Johnson's home. Courtesy of Leland Nelson, 475102nd St., Niagara Falls, New York 14304.

I worked for Mr. Sawyer and in memory, I think, he would like his name in the Golden Roll and also people to know his engine was donated to the city.

Pictured above is Marland Riblet, K.B.K. Manufacturing, Saybrook, applying a degreasing solution to the Case steam engine that will be placed in the South Park of Gibson City. Looking on are Percy Goodrich, Ken King and Dick Moody of the Gibson Rotary Club. Moody (grandson of Pearl Sawyer) donated the engine to the city. Picture is from the Gibson City Courier newspaper of Gibson City, Illinois. Courtesy of Carol McCreary, R. R. 2, Box 80, Rankin, Illinois.

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