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Here is a picture of an Aultman-Taylor 20-60 that has been completely restored. I have installed a new side tank, new coal bunkers, new platform, all new piping, new injector, new pop valve, complete new canopy and many fittings and valves.
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Here is a picture of the Duluth Missabe and Iron Range No. 224 Yellowstone 2-8-8-4 pulling a Burlington fan trip train out of Duluth, Minn. for a sightseeing tour of the Iron Range Country in northern Minnesota on Sunday, July 2, 1961.
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Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells! Jingle all the way. Oh, what fun it is to ride in a Steam Horse Open Sleigh!! Here is an unusual picture. Last winter I had my smaller engine hooked to a sleigh, and some friends, Mr. & Mrs. Earl Rank, Mr. Holly, Penna., and I
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International Auto Buggy with top down.
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Here is a picture of Mr. Sam Eiler on his water wagon. This picture was used in the September, 1914 issue of the Threshermans Review and Power Farming. The picture was taken at the Ed Lukens farm east of Harveysburg, Ohio. The equipment belonged to J. C.
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Here is a photo of an Advance Tusto Saw with my son, Bud, at the throttle. It was taken in 1942
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Here is a picture of me picking apples with my own invention of a wheel barrow ladder, 22' high for picking from high trees. -certainly isn't steam - but we like the idea-it's original.
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In 1958 and 1959 I tended this 40 hp U. M. Avery during the 4 days of the Mississippi Valley Old Settlers Reunion. Made 4 trips around the race track with it daily. I really enjoyed it very much. Do not know if they will have a show this year.
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I thought may be you would like a picture for your Iron-Man Album. This is a 19 HP Keck -Gonnerman built in 1925.
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Reunion Gems

The Engine was cleaned down to bare metal and repainted with
high temperature primer and paint. I think it is a very nice engine
and I have enjoyed restoring it. I would consider it a priviledge
to show this engine to anyone interested in this type of hobby.

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