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Old 06-06-2005, 09:57:48 PM
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What a suprise, found a Stickney 4 mi. from my house. I live in very un-populated county in Arkansas, 10,000 people in the whole county, no traffic lights, almost all National Forest. I would have bet my hound dog there were no Stickney engines around here, but there was and the best part is, I got it. Sold by Mine & Smelter Supply Co. in CO. and ran a generator at Buffalo Creek Resort before electricty came. Looks all there and it's not stuck. You just never know when they will show up.
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Seems like you have a nice find Bruce, watch out for armadillo nest down there
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Bruce...You lucky Dog!!!! Mark Congden
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What a suprise, found a Stickney 4 mi. from my house. I live in very un-populated county in Arkansas, 10,000 people in the whole county, no traffic lights, almost all National Forest. I would have bet my hound dog there were no Stickney engines around here, but there was and the best part is, I got it. Sold by Mine & Smelter Supply Co. in CO. and ran a generator at Buffalo Creek Resort before electricty came. Looks all there and it's not stuck. You just never know when they will show up.
Bruce

Indeed a very good find. Many people would give their toes or maybe other body parts for that engine. Also, I see the extended water hopper. Not many of those around.

The photo below is for referance on detail. This engine will be at auction at the end of July.

Enjoy that Stickney,

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Well,,I live in Arkansas about 2 hours from Bruce ,,Actually he Just had a Engine Show there in Mt Ida on the 28th of May and it turned out to be a real nice Show!,,My uncles carried a few engines to the show and I did to, last years show turned out to be a good one also.,Bruce also has a trailer load of nice engines there.,he has been looking for a Big different kind of engine for the last couple of years to take to engine Shows. Well it looks like he found it!,,,,,,,,,Congradulations Bruce,,,,,,,,,,,Guess I will just have to shine my economys up a little more now,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,Jim Martin
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Bruce: Any find today is a "NICE" find, but a Stickney, now that's a really "NICE" find .
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