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Pre 1900 Nichols & Shepard engine owned by A. J. Lovelace, Wye Mills, Maryland 21679. Operated by Melvin Engle. Picture taken by Dave Egan at Eastern Shore Threshermen and Collectors Assoc, Inc., Federalsburg, Maryland in August 1971. Courtesy of Earlene
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Calliope owned by Mr. Getz of Lancaster. Mrs. Miller at the keyboard. Taken at Berryville Show by Dave Egan, R. D. 5, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 17055. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Rd., Enola, Pennsylvania 17025.
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Power line-up at Eastern Shore Show, Federalsburg, Maryland. Photo by Dave Egan, R. D. 5, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 17055. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Rd., Enola, Pennsylvania 17025.
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Rough & Tumble No. 3, the most active steam engine at Kinzers. Photos by Dave Egan, R. D. 5, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 17055. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Rd., Enola, Pennsylvania 17025.
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An Avery undermounted with a cold fire-box. The kids enjoyed this one. Photos by Dave Egan, R. D. 5, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 17055. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Rd., Enola, Pennsylvania 17025.
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Tossing bundles into a Frick separator at Eastern Shore Show, Federalsburg, Maryland. Picture by Dave Egan, R. D. 5, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 17055. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Rd., Enola, Pennsylvania 17025.
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1904 Farquhar 15 HP engine owned by Robert Lefever on the line at Kinzers, Pennsylvania in August 1971. Photos by Dave Egan, R. D. 5, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 17055. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Rd., Enola, Pennsylvania 17025.
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Miniature Frick built and operated by Ted Gowl, 2913 North Wind Rd., Baltimore, Maryland 21234. Photo by Dave Egan. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Rd., Enola, Pennsylvania 17025.
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1912 Aultman-Taylor owned by Hall & Barger of Burtonsville, Missouri at Berryville, Virginia. Photo by Dave Egan, R. D. 5, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 17055. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Road, Enola, Pennsylvania 17025.
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Jim Layton's 16 HP Frick, 1927, belted to separator at Eastern Shore Show. Engineer is Paul Secrist, Box 39, Cordova, Maryland 21625. Photo by Dave Egan, R. D. 5, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 17055. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Rd., Enola, P
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