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| January/February 1966

  • Elmer
    The Editor 'Himself' tearing down and getting ready to move on to another Reunion. Elmer is quite modest about having his picture put in the ALBUM, but I think it's a good idea - think this is a real good one of Rev. Ritzman. Looks like he could
  • 13 HP Russell
    Courtesy of Mrs. Fred Heide, Niles, Mich. A 13 HP Russell owned by Fred Heide.
    Fred Heide
  • 8 HP Farquar
    Courtesy of Mrs. Fred Heide, Niles, Mich. 8 HP Farquar owned by Fred Heide. This being the wintery issue, thought these snaps most suitable, and a bit different. - Anna Mac
    Fred Heide
  • Mich. Engine
    Courtesy of Mrs. Fred Heide, Niles, Mich. Engine owned by Fred Heide of Niles, Mich. Here's a cute one! The kids ought to love it! - Anna Mae.
    Fred Heide
  • Sawmill
    Courtesy of Walter Fischbach, 210 N. Franklin St., New Bremen, Ohio I made this sawmill out of wood parts of a washing machine. It has a saw blower. It works like a big sawmill.
    Walter Fischbach
  • M. Rumely
    Courtesy of Howard Camp, Newnan, Georgia M. Rumely, 1910.
    Howard Camp
  • 12 hp. M. Rumely
    Courtesy of Howard Camp, Newnan, Georgia The model makers like this one. 12 hp. M. Rumely.
    Howard Camp
  • Lokie Railroad
    Courtesy of Ashland Community Enterprises, Ashland, Pennsylvania 17921. Here is a picture of our Lokie Railroad at Pioneer Tunnel in Ashland, Pennsylvania.
    Ashland Community Enterprises
  • Russell Engine
    Courtesy of Mr. H. L. Spencer, R.R. 1, Fairview, Tennessee. Here is a picture of my Russell Engine, No. 13440
    H. L. Spencer

  • Elmer
  • 13 HP Russell
  • 8 HP Farquar
  • Mich. Engine
  • Sawmill
  • M. Rumely
  • 12 hp. M. Rumely
  • Lokie Railroad
  • Russell Engine

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