A 16-60 Nichols & Shepard double engine. It was purchased by the Independent Thresher Company of Leeper, Michigan, and operated by Harold Reamer. About 15 years later it was purchased by Mr. Reamer who is seen in the picture. He is cleaning it for winter
Threshing and baling in one operation at the Rough and Tumble Engineers Association Reunion,1951. This was a method used widely in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Plowing on the A. J. Anderson farm at Sutton, North Dakota in 1912. 35 hp. Nichols and Shepard double engine. Carl says he has been at it a long time and run Advance, N & S, Case, A very Undermounted and Reeves. They were all good engines. The first engin
Frank Van Altvorst and his steam wagon. Frank made the engine and it runs fine. It is an interesting Show engine.
Bill is pictured here with his 16 hp. Portable Russell. He has it on the sawmill and says it works jest fine. The engine was built in 1893 which makes it 66 years old but is still in A-1 shape.