Fig. 2.Locomotive Partially Erected, Showing Completed Boiler. One of the two elbow pipes which deliver water from the boiler barrel to the mud-ring, is plainly shown.
This is a rear view of the one-piece cylinder casting completely finished and drilled, with the truck center-pin in place.
This is the second pair of driving wheels, the outside cylinders being connected to the third pair. The axle is built up of five pieces.
15 hp. Buffalo Pitts engine and a Buffalo Pitts separator owned by Louis Romthum. The picture was taken in 1911. John B. Parrett is engineer. Barn threshing is most popular with dairy farmers in this state. Notice the bucking hole on the water tank used t
Mr. Vic Wintermantel of Box 4200, Bellevue, Pennsylvania, sends up this interesting picture from an early Farquhar catalog (no date could be found). The picture was poor and of course it would not reproduce well. It does prove that one time you could get
Big Mack McMillan of Hoisington, Kansas, stunting with his favorite make, Case, at the Michigan State University Centennal Celebration, August 1955. Case and Mack were made to go together. Courtesy of C. H. Dunham, Saint Clair, Michigan.
C. H. Dunham
A wooden Sweep Horse power built about 1848 or '49 without nails or iron, The picture was taken in 1954 and it is located north of Rockwood. Courtesy Ferd Herbst, Jr., 1854Belmont St, Manitowoc, Wis.