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This threshing scene was photographed at the Glassenburg Estate in Cranbrook in 1945. You would think that it had been taken about 70 years ago because it was driven by a portable steam engine.
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This picture is of my harrow hitch built on the plow so I can hang the sections up to move through grain fields. This outfit cost $23,500.00.
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21 hp Advance tandem Compound. Its owner is Ed Nelsen of Bird City. Martin Zabel of Englewood, Colorado perched on this beauty.
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This is a Post Tractor made about 1915 to 1920 around New London, Ohio.
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M. T. Throndson's Case 80 hp. No. 34387 with Howard at the throttle, taken in August of '63 at Longmont, Colorado . Note the cook wagon in background. This engine is in top shape and is one of the later ones, has the longer flues, deep firebox, etc. which
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Reunion Gems. 'SOMETHING AIN'T QUITE RIGHT ABOUT THE 5:15'

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