| September/October 1983

The 120 HP two cylinder Z3 steam traction engine was built in 1907 in Waynesboro, PA by the Geiser Manufacturing Company. The engine was purchased from the estate of J. B. Boston of Versailles, Kentucky by Sam Osborne of New Oxford, Pa. It is now owned by Willis R. Abel of Finleyville, Pa., and a story of its restoration appears in this issue.


Shown is a picture of the new portable entrance gate in place for the Connecticut Yankee Steam and Gas Engine Association's annual show in Warren, Connecticut. Certainly makes for a favorable first impression for a new show-goer! Photo was sent to us courtesy of Bob Hungerford, 47 Clinton Avenue, Westport, Connecticut 06880.