POST CARD


| September/October 1980


A 1909 J. I. Case, 15 HP; simple engine number 22279, owned by the Batterberrys of Burlington, Washington.

Kevin is on the deck and James is with his trusty dog Homer by the front wheel.

'This engine has had little use and is in excellent condition.'

(This is the correct caption. It appeared last issue by error with the engine of George E. Neal, Easton, Md, See page 4 for further information.)



THE NEW AERIAL STEAM SHIP; OR, THE BISHOPS' TRIP TO H N.

This ancient cartoon may tickle some of today's steam enthusiasts, as a memento of the time when some people thought steam could do Anything. It is probably well over 150 years old, and done in England. It supposedly shows a group of bishops going skyward. We are making a collection of steam cartoons such as this, and will print more of them if there is interest among readers.














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