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How long have your shows been going on?


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Old 08-30-2005, 12:50:47 PM
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I know everyone here has a show that they participate in or attend. I'm just wondering how many years your's have been running for.


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Old 08-30-2005, 01:43:09 PM
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The club I belong to, the Historical Engine Society, has been around since 1970; and I think the first show was 1971. We have a show at Century Village in Burton, Ohio, the last weekend in July. We also have a spring show in June at Hosmer Lake in Burton, along with displays at the local festivals and such.
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There are a few shows that we go to, Heritage Iron = 2 Years, Carolina Fly-Wheelers = 26 Years, and Rough & Tumble = 57 years.
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Midwest Old Threshers 55 years and gettin bigger.
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North Jersey Antique Engine and Machinery Club (NJAE&MC) 26 years young Based in Sussex Co. NJ
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The Woodstock CT Fair show is 10 this year and the old iron Tractor club here in Woodstock CT is going on 3 years.

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The Route 66 Flyweelers show in Catoosa, Okla is 15 Come see us Oct. 15th & 16th
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National Pike Steam, Gas & Horse Assn. in Brownsville, PA just celebrated 25 years. http://nationalpike.com
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Findlay show in Ohio, 30 plus years , still doing good
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Old 08-31-2005, 02:10:35 PM
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The NW PA Steam engine and old Equip assn. (Portersville Steam Show)'s 43rd show was in August. The club was formed in '63 Portersville Steam show
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