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Courtesy of Geoffrey B. King, Primrose Farm-Vole Road, Mark, Highbridge, Somerset, England. The threshing set is Burrell 3894, 5 hp. d.c. compound, 2 speed, bell, tanks, named 'Saint Brannock' (March 1921). Thresher 1897, all wood, made by Mars
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Courtesy of Meridith Brison, Route 1, Miller sport, Ohio A 50 horsepower Case owned by Verl Malone, Shelby Ohio. It was taken at the Miami Valley Steam Threshers Meet, Urbana, Ohio. Notice the rivets on the boiler, as I heard a lady say, 'Oh look, it
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Courtesy of N. B. Nelson, Hawley, Minn. Here is a picture of my 1/3 scale model Huber Steam Engine. My grandson, Eric John, is also in the picture. The picture was taken in November, 1962.
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Courtesy of N. B. Nelson, Hawley, Minn. Here is a picture of my 25 HP Huber Steam Engine supplying power for the 40' x 62' Case. Separator threshing oats in 1962.
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Courtesy of Mr. Ralph C. Fuller, 615 W. 2nd. St., Minneapolis, Kansas This is one of my recent T.V. hour products. It is a model of North America's first passenger locomotive, the 'Hackworth San-Pareil'. Not a working model. It ran when it was p
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Courtesy of Mr. Edwin J. Grotjahn, R.F.D. 2, Alma, Wisconsin 54610 Here is a picture of my Minneapolis 20 H.P. steam engine with high pressure boiler.
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Courtesy of Mr. Edgar J. Earles, 2737 N. 33rd. St., Milwaukee, Wis. 5321G These locomotives were called 'Big Boys' and were owned by the Union Pacific Railroad. They really are Big Boys.
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Courtesy of Meridith Brison, Route 1, Miller sport, Ohio This is a 1915 Buffalo-Springfield Roller owned by Edingea Brothers of Urbana, Ohio. It was taken at the Miami Valley Steam Threshers Meet at Urbana, Ohio.
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Courtesy of Mr. Harry ]. Eliasen, 1008 Sec. Ave., No., Clear Lake, Iowa 50428 This is a picture of my 1905, 16 HP, Farquhar. It is in perfect shape and my son and I saw wood and enter it in Clear Lake's Fourth Celebration. It always draws a crowd each tim

Courtesy of Geoffrey B. King, Primrose Farm-Vole Road, Mark,
Highbridge, Somerset, England Sentinel Wagon, 9192 (April 1935)
last type of steam Lorry’s made in this country. 120 hp four
cylinder engine, single acting, using superheated steam, pressure
fed lubrication. Has water tube boiler with a high evaporation
rate. Shaft drive, platform 15 feet long. Legal load under present
taxation 7 ton 5 cwk. She has been rebuilt and is just the same as
new. At that time she could do well over 50 miles per hour. Photo
was taken last November when I was out ‘motoring’, steam is
the safety valve blowing. 225 there is no exhaust steam from
chimney except when it is cold weather.

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