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Back side (inside firebox) of Frank McGuffin Super Heat Fire Door.
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Another outfit using the Derrick system. The last man on right is Otto. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Mitcham, Route 1, Mead, Washington.
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State of Iowa Boiler Inspector Charley Harris is applying the safety valve to this 40-120 hp. Avery after the hydrostatic test. This engine is owned by Mr. C. R. Willets and Son of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, and is operated by Marlyn W. Hillhouse who keeps it in
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A gift to Charles C. Idol from Frank McGuffin. Courtesy of R. Dayton Nichols, 6128 Route 5, Stafford, New York.
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J. W. and Mrs. Nipper double barreled Cheraw in 1970 with these two little traction engines. One picture show Mr. Nipper ''funnin'' a little while the other picture shows three IMA subscribers; Keith Oderkirk of Haines City, Fla., Robert Cartner of Woodle
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Mrs. C. C. Idol and her name tag sewing machine is always a center of attraction. C. C. is an old time steam man but I believe Mrs. Idol has him about calmed down to just engineering the small steam engine that powers her sewing machine. We hope that Mrs.
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40-140hp.Reeves owned by Smolik Brothers, Osage, Iowa. Exhibited at Antique Acres, Cedar Falls, Iowa, September 3, 1970. Courtesy of Mrs. LeRoy W. Blaker, Alvordton, Ohio43501.
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Narrow gauge locomotive pulling into the restored depot at Mount Pleasant, Iowa - September 1970. Courtesy of Mrs. LeRoy W. Blaker, Alvordton, Ohio 43501.
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An outfit using the Derrick system. Otto was the sack sewer. He is second from the right. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Mitcham, Route 1, Mead, Washington.

Many Cheravians hope that the nippers from Warrenville, S. C,
(way down on the Georgia Line) will again supply rides April
16-17-18,1971.

Photos donated by S. C. Dept. of Parks, Recreation and Tourism.
Courtesy of Robert Rogers, Antique Acres, Cheraw, S. C. 29520.

The quickest entry into TV ever in S. C. happened when Mrs.
Sherwood Hume of Milton, Ontario, and Mrs. Dennis Webb of
Beamsville, Ontario, were looking at some steam engines, etc. at
Antique Acres, Cheraw, S. C. in April 1970. TV camermen in
cooperation with the S. C. Department of Tourism did some fast
shuttling and were televising these skimmer wearing Canadians
within minutes. Sherwood says he will be back for our second annual
show April 16-17-18, 1971. Courtesy of S, C. Department of Parks,
Recreation and Tourism, Robert Rogers,’ Antique Acres, Cheraw,
S. C.

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