Courtesy of R. D. Yoder, Wichita, Kansas. A Case Separator owned by Francis Koehler, Winterset, Iowa. This is a wood separator horse power. It was bought new in 1885. John Van Buren at Newton, Iowa owned the separator at one time.
R. D. Yoder
Courtesy of R. D. Yoder, Wichita, Kansas. Wood Brothers #171 Engine which was bought new in 1912 by John McDonald and Albert Fey at Ralston, Iowa. It is now in the collection of Francis Koehler, Winterset, Iowa.
R. D. Yoder
Courtesy of Lora Roberts, Paragon, Indiana 46166. Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway's Fairland Franklin & Martinsville branch line connection run at the Station Martinsville, Indiana long ago. Taken from an old poster.
Courtesy of Mr. R. F. Somerville, 12498 - 14th Ave., No., Honey, B. C, Canada. This is a 12 HP, 1885, Case Steam Tractor at Wetaskiwin Museum, Alberta, Canada.
R. F. Somerville
Courtesy of Mr. Samuel S. Hoffman, Route #3, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. Here is a picture of my 16 HP Frick that was built in 1923. The serial number is 24488 and it is in mint condition.
Samuel S. Hoffman
Courtesy of Mr. MS. Cherney, 3314 Scenic Dr., Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613. The old and new engines, 1907.
Courtesy of Mr. M.S. Cherney, 3314 Scenic Dr., Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613. Hauling 6 loads of sand at the Cherney Farm.
Courtesy of Mr. M.S. Cherney, 3314. Scenic Dr., Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613