Spalding’s Corner

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Last issue’s mystery engine clearly threw our
readers for a loop, with not one response coming in to identify the

If memory serves, it’s the first time that’s happened. We don’t
know what the engine is, either, so if anyone out there has a clue
as to the engine’s make, we’d love to hear from them. We should
note that it’s very possible it was a home-built unit, which would
explain the lack of response from readers.

This issue’s mystery engine comes, as usual, courtesy of John
Spalding, 112 Carriage Place, Hendersonville, TN 37075

As ever, the first person to correctly identify the engine, by
mail, gets a free copy of Prof. PS. Rose’s Steam Engine

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