A while back my son and his wife drove back to Michigan and asked me to go with them and I was very glad to do so. We stayed in a Motel in Cheyenne, Wyoming and across the street from the motel was a park. In this park is the largest steam locomotive that
There is a sign in front of it with a description that says: ''Big Boy'' - The World's Largest Steam Locomotive - Built in 1941, Big Boy was designed especially for use by the Union Pacific Railroad on its rugged Cheyenne to Ogden, Utah run. The mighty 40
Dad's amusement park train in Couchiching Beach Park, here in Orillia.
The ancient NEW BIRDSALL steam farm engine of about 1895 created great interest at the Zolfo Springs Steam and Gas Engine Show on the 1st & 2nd of March 1969. The engine was tended by its owner, Mr. Earl Smith, U.S. 27 South, Dundee, Florida 38383.
Homer F. Holp's 16 Hp. Advance Reeves and tender.
American Abell Speis & Roll. Broke through loading platform in the early 1920's.
John Holp Jr.'s 20 Hp. Advance, Number 13439.
C.N.R. freight engine No. 3580 - 2-8-2. You can see the open door of my shop in front of the engine.
T. Turner's Case 75. I ran this engine fourteen falls. I built the cab on it. It was a great help on cold days.