Where Are The Engines?


| March/April 1985

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This is a new call for owners to tell us the whereabouts of steam traction engines in the U.S. and Canada to follow up on the quest we started in 1981.

We published a compilation of all the engines we could find out about, in 1983. Now it's time for additional listing, and photographs. So tell us about any engines we did not list before.

If we are able to, we would like to put together a total record so that the location of every surviving steam traction engine is in print for all collectors and restorers to know about.

What we need from you is this: Make, year, serial number, HP, and anything else you can tell us such as changes in ownership, restoration work started and/or completed, name of owner and present location.



We seek pictures too. .preferably black and white, clear, with identification on a accompanying sheet.

To submit information and pictures for the next booklet, send them to WHERE ARE THE ENGINES II, Stemgas Publishing Co., Box 328, Lancaster, PA 17603.



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