A 14 ft. Plywood Boat built by Mr. French. He had a 2 x 2 steam Marine in it and made the boiler himself. He says, 'I'm not a water bird so I sold the boat and now want to put the engine on wheels.
Lonnie and his Frick steam engine No. 17848, size 8 x 10, built in 1925.
Keck-Gonnerman 20 hp double engine built about 1909. The accepted idea about the explosion was that it was a case of using an old and badly corroded boiler too long, but here is a little on the other side of the matter. This engine as it left the factory
Here is a very rare and wonderful picture of a header at work. I would have liked to have seen one of these machines at work. I am told it was not as easy to handle that little guide wheel as it looks. Sorry we do not have any more information on this pic
My 19-65 Port Huron Engine I owned back in 1928. I was shredding corn at the time this was taken, pulling an 8 Roll McCormick. The Weigles threshed one ring for 45 years. I sure enjoy the Album very much. It brings back the good old days which will never
Engine was built in 1954 and 1955 by August and Arthur Wenning. It is a 6 hp engine, 10 hp boiler.
This Minneapolis Engine No. 8497, 24 hp, is owned by Virgil. It was built in 1921 or 1922. He says he has been told this engine cost $3600 when new. It has never been used very much and is in a wonderful condition. The engine is setting at Frank Stark's p
Warren standing beside an old engine in thick brush at Ben Markley's place in Joplin, Missouri.
In the last issue of the Album, we ran an ad advertising a standard gauge locomotive weighing about 80 tons and a caboose. We had several inquiries and sold the above to Mr. MacLowry of Akron, Ohio. Mr. Lowry is going to ship these to Akron where he is st
Filling silo at Dean Fullerton's Farm at Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, Reunion September 24, 1960. Picture taken by Gene Perry.
This is an old road roller which belongs to Harold Gustafson of Alma, Wis. I found it in an old iron pile and brought it home and with a good many days of old hard work we finally got her to roll again. No fast steering or speeding, but what fun we do hav