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Courtesy of Clinton H. Atkinson, P. O. Box 37, Penacook, New Hampshire 03301 This is a view of the front end of a 2-foot gauge. Henshel locomotive taken in 1961. The boy is my grandson, Ernest Stone, then 9 years old.
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Courtesy of E. A. (Frog) Smith, P.O. Box 3293, North Fort Myers, Florida 33903 America's Fastest Ten-Wheeler Atlantic Coast Line 210 was originally S. F. & W. 111 and fastest engine of her type ever to run on American rail. Another of her type catapulted
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Courtesy of Clinton H. Atkinson, P. O. Box 37, Penacook, New Hampshire 03301 This is a view of the front end of a 2-foot gauge Henslel locomotive taken in 1961. The. boy is my grandson, Michael Store, then 7 years old.
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Courtesy of Harold J. Gay, 633 Cleveland Street, Decatur, Indiana 46733 Shingle mill in operation at the 1965 Old Time. Thresher Show. (Photo by Ernest Hoffer)
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Courtesy of Harold J. Gay, 633 Cleveland Street, Decatur, Indiana 46733 This is a 19-65 Baker owned by Mr. & Mrs. F. J. Wright, Lansing, Michigan, threshing wheat at the 1965 Old Time Thresher Show. (Photo by Ernest Hoffer)
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Courtesy of Walter Raum & Son, 740 Brough Ave., Hamilton, Ohio 45015 Threshing this summer on Mr. Wm. Raisch's farm, about 20 miles northwest of Cincinnati. Had a lot of fun for two days - July 6 and 7. There were four wagons, hauling wheat, two with team
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Courtesy of Harold J. Gay, 633 Cleveland Street, Decatur, Indiana 46733 This is a chaff piler owned by Elmer & Jack Egbert of Botkins, Ohio, seen at the 1965 Old Time Thresher Show. (Photo by Ernest Hoffer)
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Courtesy of Geo. D. Winter, Route 1, Box 327, Pipestone, Minnesota 56164 I've been reading the letters in Album in regard to the 2 wheel automatic tender. This is a picture of a 1903-15 hp. Case, No. 12786. Two brothers and I purchased this engine and ten
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Courtesy of Franklin Rigenhagen, Trimont, Minnesota Here I am shown blowing off a little steam from my 20-60 M. Rumely 6787 built in 1913. After nearly a year of scraping, cleaning, refueling, sanding, painting, etc., it was thrilling to steam it up. I co
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