SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW . .1972 SHOW REPORT of ANTIQUE ACRES, CEDAR FALLS, IOWA
Pictured is Fred Schneider in the firebox of Kitten engine during the refluing of it. August 1971. Courtesy of Truman Koopman, Flanagan, Illinois 61740.
Avery Undermounted 22 HP seen at Antique Acres Steam Engine Show every year, mostly on sawmill. Engineer, is Robert Fischels. The engine is owned by Antique Acres. Courtesy of Andrew J. Fischels, President of Antique Acres, Cedar Fall, Iowa 50613
Andrew J. Fischels
18 HP Wood Brothers Steam Engine, an Iowa product. One of the lively engines at Antique Acres. Operated by Ray Fischels of Salem, New Jersey. Owned by A. J. Fischels & Sons. Courtesy of Andrew J. Fischels, President of Antique Acres, Cedar Falls, Iowa 506
Andrew J. Fischels
A 1913 Rumely engine, Serial No. 6816 owned by Harold Beckom of Kokomo, Indiana and photographed at the Flora, Indiana Centennial on July 2, 1972. On November 26, 1972, this same Rumely engine was the first traction engine ever to participate in any Lafay
Pictured is the early morning firing of Undermounted Avery, September 1971, Pontiac, Illinois. Courtesy of Truman Koopman, Flanagan, Illinois 61740.
A 1917 Case engine, 40 HP, owned by Leonard Mann of Otterbein, Indiana. It is Serial No. 34091 and it was photographed at the Lafayette Indiana Home Hospital Fair on September 16, 1972. A lovely nameless Miss adds beauty to the picture. Courtesy of Dave C
Pennsylvania Railroad's D16-SB-4-4-0 at Strasburg, Pennsylvania. Courtesy of Roy R. Hartman, 2632 Parkland Drive, Suitland, Maryland 20028.
Roy R. Hartman
Ben Markley's 6 Hp. Aultman & Taylor No. 173. Courtesy of Charlie Harrison, R. D. 1, Butler, Ohio 44822.
Emil J. Kudlacek's 110 Hp. Case. Left to right: Charlie Harrison and Emil J. Kudlacek. Courtesy of Charlie Harrison, R. D. 1, Butler, Ohio 44822.
Left to right: A. J. Goodban, Dan Frautschey and Edward Hubertus with a 9 Hp. Stevens. Courtesy of Charlie Harrison, R. D. 1, Butler, Ohio 44822.
Pictured by the Kitten are William Rutledge-Lowell, Indiana, Dave Rowley- Lockport, Illinois, Fred Schneider-Chenoa, Illinois, and Sterling Leach-Pontiac, Illinois. August 1971. Courtesy of Truman Koopman, Flanagan, Illinois 61740.