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Courtesy of Earl J. Robinson, Collins, Iowa Threshing timothy about 1913, 5 miles west of Baxter, Iowa. Separator is a J. I. Case 28-46 which came out new as a hand feed. Originally owned by Carl Tiffany who used a 12 hp. International 1 cyl. tractor for
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Courtesy of Elmer M. Ransburg, Quincy, Michigan 49082 This is a 12 H.P. Champion made by D. June Company, built about 1880 and used around here when I was a small boy.
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Courtesy of Clinton H. Atkinson., P.O. Box 37, Penacook, New Hampshire 03301 On page 24 of the. January-February Album, I noticed a picture of a little 2-foot gauge Henshel locomotive. There are two of them in Gilford, New Hampshire, not too far from my h
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Courtesy of D. E. Rutter, 35 Newlands Lane, Chichester, Sussex, England Foden C Type Tipping Wagon No. 13716. ''Peg O' My Heart'' New 7930 to Northants County Council. Found in a scrap yard at Ely and restored by Jack Hampshire for present owner, Mrs. Ham
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Courtesy of D. E. Rutter, 35 Newlands Lane, Chichester, Sussex, England Foden ''D'' Type Tractor No. 14078. Built in 1932, owned by Gordon Howell of Andover. This tractor was supplied new to Messrs. Astell Brothers for timber haulage. It is the youngest F
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Courtesy of Clinton H. Atkinson, P.O. Box 37, Penacook, New Hampshire 03301
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Courtesy of Jacob Vander Hoft, P. O. Box 338, Lowell, Oregon 97452 This is my youngest son Dave in front of this engine which is now gone. Picture was taken at Cottage Grove, Oregon, in 1948.
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Courtesy of Jacob Vander Hoft, P. O. Box 338, Lowell, Oregon 97452 I made this little, steamer. It is not yet complete. The engine is from a popcorn machine. I have had it running.
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Courtesy of Don Galtney, Taylorsville, North Carolina 28681 This is my skid-type 14 H.P. Farquhar, Serial No. 14994. It is a good little engine. I purchased it last year. I am like so many others; I recall when there were so many steam engines whistles bl
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Courtesy of Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan Shoveling coal is a never-ending job for A. H. Shear of Plymouth, Mich., as Guy Bunyea, owner of this 12 horsepower Russell steam traction engine mans the controls.
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Courtesy of Raymond Laizure, R. 3, Cadiz, Ohio 43907 I think this is a splendid old time sawmill photo, especially on the power end as Scheidler pictures are very scarce-Sometime I would like to make a plea to all Album readers who possess pictures of Sch
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