Vintage Steam Engines at Earlton Antique Show


| March/April 1984


The following story, Northern Bureau, is reprinted with permission of the North Bay Nugget of North Bay, Ontario

EARLTONT he sights and sounds at the Northern Stockyards in Earlton on Saturday and Sunday were a bit out of the ordinary.

The stockyards were the site of the ninth annual Earlton Steam and Antique Show, where steam machines, vintage cars and craft displays delighted the large crowds.

The show, which is the only one of its kind in Northern Ontario, attracted more than 150 exhibitors. Spectators had an opportunity to see a steam-powered crane lift a concrete form; and rides were given on a 1909 steam tractor, which blew its whistle at frequent intervals.

A display of antique cars ranged in years from 1912 to the late 1940s.

New additions to the crafts display were a potter, two spinners and a weaver. Spectators were treated to a first-hand glance at how these techniques are performed. And if no one minded getting dirty hands, there was a standing invitation to create something on the potter's wheel.






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