Here is the right and left side of a miniature Hot Air engine. We do not know whether it is just a working model of the hot air engine or maybe it had some practical purpose. It is a perfect specimen. If you know anything about it please let us know.
Grand Gavioli organ as used in the old Roundabouts which traveled around the English fairs. Owned by Albert E. Dowlman.
Jesse Reynolds of Warrensburg, Missouri, and his Jumbo engine, which is in good condition. Mr. Porter of Valley city standing to left of engine.
This is my latest 3 inch scale model Rumely, weighs 660 lbs. Boiler is tested to 500 lbs. pressure. It is built of 1/4 inch thick boiler steel, cylinder 21/2 inches by 4 inch stroke. This is engine Number 5, built by Floyd Messer
A PER (PFW & C Div.) 7907, A E-6 Class, 4-4-2 or Atlantic type at Pittsburgh in 1933. Built in the Company Shops in Altoona, Pennsylvania, in 1902.
This picture was given to Mr. Taylor by John Jorgensen, now deceased. John Jorgenson is pictured sitting on the driver, as engineer on this 35 hp Minneapolis engine and outfit which belonged to John Fadden, Orvilla, North Dakota, 1916. That is Clarence Mo
John Jorgenson, engineer on Clyde Schurmann's 16 hp Advance at Yacolt, Washington (38 years later). This was at C. M. Miller's Steam Show in 1954. Miss I. uella Lieser is on the platform with John