Marshall No. 71837 built 1919 DCC, 6 n.h.p. This engine belongs to Mr. T. Plaister of Swindon who bought it last year after it stood idle for some time in a scrap yard. The engine is now being restored to its original condition for preservation. All the o
In the March-April issue of the ALBUM I have seen the picture and article about the steam power plant, sent in by Carl B. Erwin, which shows one of Allis-Chalmers modern steam power plants. When I saw this, I thought it time to show one of Allis-Chalmers'
Carl B. Erwin
This picture is the courtesy of Lester C. Norris, 33 North St., Marcellus, New York.
Lester C. Norris
For Paul Bunyan? A huge tractor, with wheels 24 feet in diameter, takes shape in a plant at Iselton, Calif. The builder, Harold Manning, dubbed the tractor the 'Bunyan Buggie' since its great size would befit the legendary giant woodsman. The bi
Here is an old one. Jonas Anderson and his Steam Threshing Outfit in 1890. Jonas Anderson homesteaded in the year of 1872, 9 miles northeast of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Jonas Anderson and C. G. Sandburg were brothers and carpenters from Sweden. Jonas di
A trio of grand 'Old Timers' on Pierce Miller's ranch 10 miles east of Modesto, California. B. B. Brown on the left and Pierce Miller, right, pause as they go over Miller's very rare Heald straw-burning portable that is apparently the only one o