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Coolspring Pennsylvania The Coolspring Power Museum contains the largest collection of historically significant, early stationary gas engines in the country, if the not the world. Visit Coolspring, Pennsylvania for the Summer and Fall Expo and Swap Meet!

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Coolspring Power Museum show ~VIDEOS~


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Old 06-18-2011, 12:31:15 AM
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Here are some videos I took at the Show Friday.
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There was WAAAY too many engines to get them all!

Hope you enjoyed and feel free to add your videos from the show.
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Thanks a lot Tom for rubbing it in what we missed.
But seriously I appreciate you keep the people at the "home front" informed what's going on. May be the fall swap meet is where I find time to go.
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How big is the Witte that is running the shingle mill?
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Thanks Tom Bill K
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That "Neverstop" was neat, and that fellow had several other engines that were pretty cool on the same trailer.

I liked the "scale model" of the Witte at the shingle mill too.
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The Witte is 22 hp and ran the mill just fine.
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Default Re: Coolspring Power Museum show ~VIDEOS~

Thanks for the video of the twin Bessemer Tom! I missed seeing it in operation. What an impressive piece of engineering!!

I still need to process my pictures and videos. Had a lot of fun visiting old friends, making new ones and meeting some Stakers.
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How big is the Witte that is running the shingle mill?
the engine is 22 h.p.
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Here is another video from the show. It's Wayne Grenning's
Parsell & Weed in 3/4 scale.

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Here's my little compilation I put together last night. What a tremendous grouping of engines!

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