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Old 07-25-2019, 12:01:32 PM
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The Buckley Old Engine Show now welcomes miniature boilers as described by the Michigan boiler rules. A boiler that fits this classification will be subject to a safety review by the safety comittee. Scale model traction engines and locomotives are welcome. Also anything pertaining to the hobby that would be of interest. A works in progress might make an interesting exhibit. Contacting Pete Labelle at plabell1912@gmail.com or Martin Holtzschu at mholtzschu@gmail.com prior to arrival is recommended. Location will be in front of the Webber Barn. This is next to one of the main gates where there is a lot of traffic.
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Greetings all -

Elwin beat me to it, but Buckley is very interested in having your little engines up to display. Drop me a PM or e-mail me and I'll send you some information we are looking for so there are no suprises. My email was incorrectly stated on his tread. It is actually: plabelle1912@gmail.com

We have plenty of coal (20 yards dropped off the other day) and ample wood (we'll have to cut a bunch shorter for your smaller fireboxes).

Looking forward to hearing from ya !

Pete
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Sorry about misspelling Buckley as Buckkey. I don't know how to correct it.
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Hey Elwin -

I had the moderator take care of it.

See ya next week up in Buckley !

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