This picture of a Russell Engine, taken in 1954, at one time ran a saw mill near Ripley, Ohio.
Here is a picture of a Beam, Large Coal Hopper, 21Barrel Tanks and 30-inch face Steel Drive Wheels with 10-inch Extension. With double tandem-compound cylinders.
Morris Genshaw and his 11/2' scale Case at the Montrose Convention in July 1956.
An Aultman-Taylor Separator built in 1875 which belonged to my Dad, Anthony Hood, Rushville, Indiana.
This picture of a 16 HP Advance, Engine No. 12396, was taken at the S. E. Fair in 1956.
BIG IRON MONSTER AND LITTLE PEOPLE:- Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Byers of Littlestown, Pa. show Mr. Byers ZZ Double Engine to Mr. & Mrs. Roland C. Hartman of 32 Maryland Avenue S.E., Washington 28, D.C. This ZZ engine is a double 8 x 10 Peerless and developes 120 ho
My Cretor Popcorn and Peanut Machine, factory built on a Model 'A' Ford truck chassis.
This is a picture of the official car at the Saginaw Valley Line Steam Association Convention, July 21, 1956. It is a 1901 Oldsmobile owned by Otto Frex, who is checking his watch for the noon whistle which was signaled through the mike by me. This blast
A double cylinder plough engine, built about 1965.
TWO OLD TIMERS 50 horse Case Engine built in 1908 and owned by Ralph W.Hull of East Berlin, RD 1, Pa. And 1912 Model T Ford owned by Herbert S. Archer of 8909 Yvonne Avenue, Baltimore 36, Maryland. Strutting their stuff at the Mason-Dixon Steam meet on
Here is a picture of my 1/3 scale, 25 HP Gaar Scott which I built.
Two Aultman-Taylor, 18 HP, single engines.
Union Pacific 4884 No. 4004 at Holliday Park, Cheyenne, donated to the City of Cheyenne by the U.P. and moved here in June 1963.
This picture was taken while plowing in Herford, Texas in 1910 with a 25 HP Huber, pulling 21 disc plows. Pulled 8-14' moulboard John Deere in breaking virgin sod.
Taken at the 1963 show, Mechanics-burg, Ohio. Earl Logan's 12 hp Aultman & Taylor, built 1900. Mr. Logan is Chairman of the Richland County Steam Threshers Assn., Mansfield, Ohio. Buffalo-Springfield Roller in background.
Aultman-Taylor Engine, 1884, rear axle forward of fire-box, wooden wheeled and bevel drive.
This picture was taken at the end of a busy season in 1922. We are backing the rig into the shed. I was the engineer.
I am disking com stalks with my little engine I made in 1960. The 'Mert Ed'. My German Shepherd 'Dude' is with me.