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Courtesy of Bernard W. Wolff, Sr., Box 94, Mattawan, Michigan 49071 This picture was taken about 1917 of a steam power plant in Buhl, Minnesota. The man on the right is my father, A. B. Wolff, who was one of the operating engineers at that time. I don't k
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Courtesy of Stuart Breese, 9911 S. E. 82nd Avenue Portland, Oregon 97266 Stuart Breese and two model engines mounted on Siebring boiler fired by propane torch.
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Courtesy of Herbert Huck, R.D. 1, Lowell, Ohio 45744 This is a picture of hulling clover seed with the Case thresher on the Bernard Strahler farm, Waterford, Ohio. This is me on the Farmall H. tractor on the belt. My brother Joe can be seen at the rear of
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Courtesy of N. David Anderson, .6029 Logan Ave., South, Minneapolis, Minnesota Now this is my Chief Whistle Puller ''Smokey Joe'' himself He pulls the whistle, pulls the squirrels tail watches the steam gauge. Run my Nichols & Sheppard portable 1966.
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Courtesy of George W. Hedtke, Davis Junction, Illinois 61020 A 42 x 70 Avery Yellow Fellow, one of the threshers that will be used at the North Central Illinois Steam Power Show at Kings, Illinois in August. It is owned by George.
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Courtesy of John W. Guay, 12331 - 89 St., Edmonton Alberta Northern Alberta Railroad, Locomotive 73, retired from active service. 10/28/60. Built by the Canadian Loco Co., 1927. Builder's 1821, Cyl. 22 x 28, Drivers, 56''; Boiler pressure, 190; Oil fired,

My engine is 3′ x 4′ cylinder, 12′ barrel, 12 x 20
fire box. I purchased a ‘ governor from Racers Machine Shop,
York Springs, Pennsylvania.

The boys on the engine are my grandsons, Steven and Rex Allan
Holloway of Edmond, Oklahoma. Steven is 12 and Rex is 10. They are
very efficient with it and really enjoy running it. Their daddy did
all the welding on it. He did a neat job. It is tested for 150
PSI.

Carl has had a wide range of experience dating back to the early
1900’s. He has run many makes of engines including working on
the. Railroad locomotives now threshes every fall and drills wells
in between.

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