The enthusiastic trio at Rubens, in front of their pair of Fowler steam plowers. The trio is father Ruben Blom with both his sons Tage (left) and Tore (right).
A picture of the Munktells engine no. 5606. in the 1920's at work with timber sawing. No. 5605 is one of the few engines built in the large class SK6, and the only one remaining.
View of the driver's place on the Munktells engine no. 5606.
A close up of the motion work on one of the Munktells traction engines
A left side view of engine no. 5605 in 1982 after renovation. The engine was preserved in 1970 and has since received all four Tender work wheels and a rebuilt canopy as the original parts were scrapped. It had been used stationary for 15 years.
One of the oldest preserved portables in Sweden, is this Munktells of 1868 construction. One of the very last built with the Watt type governor.
Munktells first type of oil engined roller 1916 model. The crude engine gives an effectual output of 20-24 HP on the single cylinder.
Mr. Ruben Blom next to his Munktells portable engine in the famous 'H' class, of which about 4,000 engines were built. This engine, no. 5338 made in 1915, is rated 19 effectual HP (6 NHP).
An outside view from Rubens showing two portables and a Case C tractor. The portables are Kristinehamns 1892, and Munktells duplex of 1901.