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Courtesy of Lewis H. Clive, 1102 West River Road, Battle Creek, Mich. 49017 I have seen several pictures of covered bridges in the past in the Album. I thought you might find this one interesting. It is located on the St. Joe River four miles north of Cen
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Courtrsy of Ray DeMenf, R. Ft. 1. Clinton, Illinois
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Courtesy of Harry Yates, 3775 Herman Ave., San Diego 4, California Here is a picture of the rig I ran for many years.
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Courtesy of Charles R. Hope, Jr., Arlington, Virginia Steamed up and ready for action at the Eastern Shore Threshermen and Collectors Assn., Inc. annual show at Federalsburg, Md., August 7, 1966. From right to left the men are: James Lay ton, Melvin Engle
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Courtesy of Jake Dunvcll, Dedham, Iowa Threshing rig which I am threshing on the George Irlmeier farm between Carroll and Dedham, Iowa on the road of 71. This stack threshing took place Sept. 23, 1966 and it is a 50 Case and Seperator is a John Deere
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Courtesy of Donald R. Brown, R. D. 1, New Berlin, New York A threshing outfit of long ago. I don't know much about it but the. man leaning on the engine looks like my Uncle Emmett Brown who used to live at Beaver Meadow, New York. I remember seeing an old
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Two of the above trains. Pneumatic tires. Gasoline driven. Hauls 16 kiddies. One new - just completed. One used -2 seasons. A profit builder. Ed Troudt, Miniature Trains Nelson, Nebraska
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Courtesy of Lewis H. Cline, 1102 West River Road, Battle Creek, Mich. 49017 This rail fence is located between The ssalon and Bruce Mines, Ontario, Canada. They are getting to be increasingly scarce as time goes on. One of the disadvantages

Two of the above trains. Pneumatic tires.
Gasoline driven. Hauls 16 kiddies. One new – just completed. One
used -2 seasons. A profit builder. Ed Troudt, Miniature Trains
Nelson, Nebraska

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