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A 32-120 hp. Reeves cross-compound engine owned by Howard Pross. That's Howard on the 24 ton steamer. Picture taken September 20,1969 at New Rockford. Courtesy of Rodney J. Johnson, Box 110, Jamestown, North Dakota 58401
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This is my Huber before I restored it and you can see I was just learning to run it. I had never run a steam engine before and I got it down over the bank. This engine has power steering. The picture was taken in the fall of 1967 in West St. Clair Townshi
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During a high school Power Mechanics Class field trip, I remarked that I had never had a hold of the throttle of a steam engine. The owner, Quentin Shultz of Griswold, Iowa, gave me brief instructions and stepped aside. I make it move but I felt pretty ''
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This is my 1910 16 hp. Huber. I had just finished giving it the final touch before Mr. Brandt came with his low boy to take it to the Williams Grove Steam Engine Show. The picture was taken in Pleasantville Borough, Bedford County. I want to thank Mr. Ral
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Laconia, New Hampshire, July 2, 1968. During a week celebrating Laconia's Golden Jubilee 75th Anniversary, Steam-town's 127 made fan trips daily. This is a stereoscope picture. If you will cut it on the heavy lines and paste in light cardboard with rubb
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Quentin Shultz's 50 hp. Case being looked over by the Clarinda High Power Mechanics Class. Quentin had it fired up and did a fine job of explaining and demonstrating the engine. Most of the class had never seen a steam engine operate. Courtesy of Roger
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Having built a few steam model engines, I decided that I needed a Hot Air engine for my collection. The cylinder has a bore and stroke of 1-3/16 by 1-3/4 inches. It has needle bearings in all main working parts. The top of the transfer cylinder is water c
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This 30 hp. Russell steam engine. Serial No. 16003 owned by M. Ayers, Madison, South Dakota and Jack Kadinger, 100 No. LaMesa Drive, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57107. The engine and boiler both in excellent condition. Can carry 150 pounds of steam on boile
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Roy and his Great Big Little Russell Engine. 8 hp. (6 X 8) No. 12114. He says, ''When better engines are built, they will be called Russells.'' Courtesy of Hoy A. Calame, Route 2, Orrville, Ohio 44667.
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A 110 hp. Case engine, No. 24930, 22 tons. This engine owned by Norman and Howard Pross. Picture taken September 20, 1969 at New Rockford, North Dakota. Courtesy of Rodney J. Johnson, Box 110, Jamestown, North Dakota 58401
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This two cylinder Frick pulling about 80 cub scouts together with two den mothers was one of the highlights of the Cheraw, S. C. 1969 Christmas Parade. The Frick is one of two steam traction engines that will pull wagons loaded with kids of all ages at t
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In your Jan-Feb. issue page 20 on the Golden Roll, there was a note from O. R. Aslakson of New Rockford. He stated that Gilbert Pross of Fessenden, North Dakota died on the evening of September 20, 1969. I was very sorry to hear that, because I attended t
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My father, John Russell and his engine and sawmill. It is a Baker engine, I think a 26 hp. These photos were taken in the 1920's. My Dad came to Illinois from Indiana as a young man and spent his life in Crawford County running threshing machines and saw
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My father, John Russell and his engine and sawmill. It is a Baker engine, I think a 26 hp. These photos were taken in the 1920's. My Dad came to Illinois from Indiana as a young man and spent his life in Crawford County running threshing machines and saw

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