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| January/February 1967

  • Steam wagons
    Courtesy of Mr. Charles Matthews, 99 No. 7 Highway East, Thornhill P.O., Ontario, Canada This picture of the steam wagons was taken in our yard.
    Mr. Charles Matthews
  • Reeves 32 H.P. Cross-Compound steamer
    Courtesy of Douglas A. McConnell, Box 575, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Can. This is a 1905 Reeves 32 H.P. Cross-Compound steamer seen at Hudson, Ontario, Canada, and owned by Ewart Deering of Winnipeg. This is the only known 32 H.P. Reeves to have ever
    Douglas A. McConnell
  • Sawyer Massey
    Courtesy of Mr. Charles Matthews, 99 No. 7 Highway East, Thornhill P.O., Ontario, Canada This is a Sawyer Massey, 30 x 100, which was built in 1920 for the Department of Highways in Ontario.
    Mr. Charles Matthews
  • Fowler Compound Plow
    Courtesy of Mr. Charles Matthews, 99 No. 7 Highway East, Thornhill P.O., Ontario, Canada This is my Fowler Compound Plow. The engines work in pairs and you can cable wind under boiler. It is good for 180 lb. steam, boiler inch plate, the weight is 22 ton
    Mr. Charles Matthews
  • George Ertel's hay press
    Courtesy of Douglas A. McConnell, Box 575, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Can. This is a 1900 George Ertel's hay press I sold in the spring of 1965 for Roy Bell a farm at Portage la Prairie to Gil Johnson, Frederic, Wisconsin and his friend Danny Ma'gnuson
    Douglas A. McConnell
  • Port Huron restored engine
    Courtesy of Wm. Gayer, Rock Valley, Iowa 51247 Port Huron restored engine at Neil Miller Engine Farm in Alden, Iowa, on June 19, 1966, when a picnic was held and the. engine was steamed up and run back and forth on Miller farm yard to the delight of the
    Wm. Gayer
  • Port Huron engine
    Courtesy of Wm. Gayer, Rock Valley, Iowa 51247 A Port Huron engine in a clump of trees 15 miles west of Hudon, South Dakota. On the last day of October, 1964, Neil Miller hauled this engine to his engine farm in Alden, Iowa, where, it was restored.
    Wm. Gayer
  • 19-65 Port Huron
    Courtesy of G. R. Snyder, 503 Van Bur en St., Barberton, Ohio What boy wouldn't want his picture taken with a background like this? The boys left to right are: Ivan Miller of Millersburg, Ohio and Jerry Ongram of Doylestown, Ohio. The engineer is Russell
    G. R. Snyder
  • Huber
    Courtesy of G. R. Snyder, 503 Van Bur en St., Barberton, Ohio This Huber with this belonging to a Mr. Cranz, were just starting on a big field of wheat north of Akron, Ohio, in the summer of 65.
    G. R. Snyder
  • Baker
    Courtesy of G. R. Snyder, 503 Van Buren St., Barberton, Ohio This is the Baker, after helping to pick a load of wheat into that hungry Huber. I found out that I wasn't in shape or was getting old.
    G. R. Snyder
  • 1900 Beacon Drive
    Courtesy of F. E. Gallagher, 1900 Beacon Drive, Eugene, Oregon
    F. E. Gallagher

  • Steam wagons
  • Reeves 32 H.P. Cross-Compound steamer
  • Sawyer Massey
  • Fowler Compound Plow
  • George Ertel's hay press
  • Port Huron restored engine
  • Port Huron engine
  • 19-65 Port Huron
  • Huber
  • Baker
  • 1900 Beacon Drive

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