Steam Engine Hobby Fascinates Young Sisters Captivated by Antique Machines
Two teenagers' love for steam takes hold
The Rough & Tumble's Frick steam engine provides a perch for Andrea (right), 16, and Megan Glenn, 13, of Parkesburg, Pa. The two sisters, who share a real love for steam, were attending the morning openeing ceremonties at the 2005 Thresherman's Reunion in Kinzers, Pa.
At the controls of a Keck-Gonnerman owned by Butch Biesecker is Andrea Glenn.
The Rough & Tumble Frick steam engine gets fed a shovelful of coal by Andrea Glenn.
An Aultman & Taylor (owned by Allen Samuelsen) provides a good way to cruise around the Rough & Tumble grounds, Kinzers, Pa., for sisters Andrea and Megan Glenn. Andrea is at the wheel, while Megan watches from over her shoulder.
An Advance-Rumely steam engine owned by Paul Stoltzfoos is piloted by Megan Glenn.
Andrea Glenn turns the grease cups on the Bireley family's Case steam engine.
Megan Glenn again at the controls of Paul Stoltzfoos' Advance-Rumely.
Megan Glenn is always willing to spend the morning cleaning flues.
While the steam builds up on the Rough & Tumble Frick, Andrea fills the oil cups.
Andrea (left) and Megan Glenn, a pair of sisters and young steam engine enthusiasts.
Megan Glenn proudly displays her Rough & Tumble Steam School completion certificate in March 2005.
Andrea Glenn provides a welcome to other steam engine operators.