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Courtesy of LeRoy Fett, Harrisburg, South Dakota 57032 First Gas 'n Steamers Picnic at Hartford, South Dakota. This is the size 24 x 40 separator I made in 1941. That's me putting a lid on it and my 2 children in foreground. (Note Farmer's Friend Trade Ma
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Courtesy of D. E. Rutter, 35 Newlands Lane, Chichester, Sussex, England Marshall Traction Engine No. 37690 (1902) 7 N.H.P. ''Old Timer'' is owned by Mr. A. Napper. This engine spent its working life in the Oxford area and as a result of her races in 1950
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Courtesy of LeRoy Fett, Harrisburg, South Dakota 57032 This is my Joliet No. 1 cylinder sheller bought new in the early 1900s. I bought it from the first owner and the dealer who sold it is still in business, that is the name still is, has changed hands.
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Courtesy of Florence Klusman, Hermitage, Missouri 65668 This is a photo of a 1907 Case Engine which I made out of laminated paper. The overall length is 8'' and weight is 1 pound. When pushed or pulled, the working parts move. The coal and wood is also ma
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Courtesy of G H. Kelch, 825 Ward Street, N.W., Edgewood, Roanoke, Virginia 24017 This picture was made on 10-9-66 at N & W Station in Roanoke, Virginia, before leaving on trip to Bristol Val Tenn on X 4501 West. I rode in the cab along side Walter Dove So
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Courtesy of Helen Ward Rennie, Montezuma, Kansas 67867 Picture taken in 1909 or 1910 and the engine is a 22 Hp Geiser with a Peerless Separator and was owned by Elmer Rennie. He is operating the engine while his oldest son, along with a nephew are seated
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Courtesy of Howard Camp, 18 West Washington St., Newnan, Georgia 30263 This is an old hoisting engine, in southern Spain. It looks like it will never be used again as they have modern 1-yard shovels mounted on barges with 50-ft.booms and most anything els
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Courtesy of LeRoy Fett, Harrisburg, South Dakota 57032 This is a size engine I built out of odds and ends. Smoke box door is a corn planter lid. Smoke stack is wagon wheel hub. Front wheel spokes are spikes. Boiler tube an 8'' gas main. The belt is made f

Courtesy of Elmer F. Allshouse, R. D. 6, Greensburg,
Pennsylvania 15601 This is a picture of the last steam engine I
have built. I finished it last year. I built both boiler and
engine, also the crankshaft. The boiler is 16′ diameter by
8′ long and is 3/8 material tested to 300 lbs. cold water
pressure and carries 100 lbs. steam. The engine bore is 3 3/16 x 4
1/2 double cylinder. The crankshaft is made of 9 pieces of material
pressed together, welded and machined. The chrome differential rear
axles are. from a 1948 GMC truck. The rear wheels are from a
McCormick Deering tractor. The front wheels are from a manure
spreader I have. A 4-speed transmission from a Chevrolet truck
which gives me 4 speeds forward and 4 speeds in reverse. It has
lots of power. It has a Wolf reverse. The outfit weighs 3 tons

On a clear day the Rock of Gibraltar can be seen across the
straits. Each day thousands of Spaniards cross the neck to work in
Gibraltar. The. people in Gibraltar will tell you quick that you
are in England when you are in Gibraltar.

Gibraltar is like a large army post and the shopping district
has narrow streets (only one).

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