Geiser F portable engine, 6 Hp, acquired from Walter Clement, Auburn, Alabama. Unrestored, it awaits full restoration at Whistles in the Woods Museum, Rossville, Georgia shops. Geiser E portable engine, 5 Hp. built before Geiser began serial number in any
Woodsplitter, built by the Chattanooga Machinery Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Shown here at the Rossville, Georgia shops of Whistles in the Woods Museum. This woodsplitter was acquired in Virginia.
A 45 Case loaded on Leslie Olson's truck, June 8, 1969 in Mora, Minnesota, suppose someone was happy to get this when it was unloaded. Can you imagine anyone climbing way up there to cover a smoke stack on an old steam engine?
Circa 1880 Waterous portable steam engine with upright boiler. Anyone having pictures or parts, we would appreciate hearing from them.
The Eastern Shore Threshermen & Collectors Association held their summer show near Federalsburg, Maryland, on August 8, 9 & 10, 1969. The weather was wonderful and there was a large turnout of enthusasts from that side of Maryland's Chesapeake Bay.
My brother and I have two engines. One is a Convertible - to road roller or traction engine for agriculture use. It is built by Aveling & Porter of Rochester, Kent in 1905 (Works No. 58010)
8 ton road roller by the same firm built in 1923 (Works No. 10632). The convertible is a compound, 2 speed agricultural unsprung loco and the roller a piston valve, single cylinder model. Notice the distinctive trademark of the Aveling & Porter engines, t