POST CARDS

By Staff
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TRRA 318,-0-8-0, built 1928, Brooklyn Shops. Courtesy of National Museum of Transport, 3015 Barretts Station Road, St. Louis, Missouri 63122.
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The Central' Florida Steam and Gas Engine Show which is annually organized by Keith Oderkirk at Haines City, Florida, was particularly well attended in March, 1971 a fact that brought forth the music in Keith who showed a new talent as a bell ringer and
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The Central' Florida Steam and Gas Engine Show which is annually organized by Keith Oderkirk at Haines City, Florida, was particularly well attended in March, 1971 a fact that brought forth the music in Keith who showed a new talent as a bell ringer and
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N. Melrose at Maymont, Saskatchewan, I. H. C. 15-30 White Separator. Courtesy of E. J. Buhr, Maymont, Saskatchewan, Canada.
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A 20 hp. N & S engine which was used from about 1971 to 1937 pulling a 36 inch N & S separator. This outfit was owned by Frank Hacker, Carl Gurmert and Wm. Becker who was my father-in-law. This outfit was located about 6 miles west of Plymouth, Nebraska,
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No information on this picture, but maybe some of you fellows will know all about it. Courtesy of Don Riley, 21224 Placerita Canyon, Newhall, California 91321.
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C. N. R. Snow Plow at Maymont, Saskatchewan, Canada. Courtesy of E. J. Buhr, Maymont, Saskatchewan, Canada.
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This steam engine was donated to the Pioneer Park in Zolfo Springs, Florida, by the Revelle Crate Company. It is the Baldwin type locomotive No. 3 and was made in 1914. Courtesy of Pete Fuller, 1519 Lurh St., Fort Myers, Florida 33905.
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Boese Bros, at Waldhein, Saskatchewan, Canada. Courtesy of E. J. Buhr, Maymont, Saskatchewan, Canada.
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Amongst the unique and more interesting things displayed to the enthusiasts by Colonel Houston Herndon at the gathering in Sarasota, Florida, January, 1971, were the old-time Beam engine and pump from an early River Steamer. Courtesy of Denis McCormack, 4
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T. Turner outfit at Maymont, Saskatchewan, Canada. Courtesy of E. J. Buhr, Maymont, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Frank Hacker is filling the water tank getting ready to start
the season run. His son is standing on the side step. Courtesy of
Raymond Schmidt, 906 5th St., Fairbury, Nebraska 68352.

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