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Old 03-10-2011, 07:45:30 PM
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Here is the same 75 many years later pulling the sled at SteamEra. maybe 4-5 years ago!
hmm. ive seen that engine!
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If we could read what the team is thinking, I'm gandering a guess that it would be along the lines of: "SEE! That is what happens when you replace us! We'd have just jumped that little ditch!"

Or Perhaps: "Stupid humans, you'll learn not to have that second piece of pie!"



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Beth, do you think the only guy not showing his face in the picture (the guy in front of the smokebox) is the one who said "YEAH!!!! It will take the weight!!!"
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It had several owners here but the chap operating it is identified as being from our neighbour, New York State. And of course, I have misplaced his name right now!
There is quite a story on this engine but I don't know enough of it to start telling - some if it involved a barge ride out of the north bush? Anyone?
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If this is the same steamer that Allan Byers pulled out of that sawmill near Orillia, then there is a very good account of this in Scott Garvey's "The Tractor in the Haystack".

I believe we thought the operator in this picture was Leyland Nelson.
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I don't think I've posted this photo of a 20hp Case engine and tender plowing yet? If I have, sorry...
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Hi Beth,
Some times a bridge isn't much help.
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A old Case pic to look at also. I know nothing about it. Sure do like the shiny flywheel!
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Did case have a portable coal tender as an option?
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yes

several different options over the years
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If we could read what the team is thinking, I'm gandering a guess that it would be along the lines of: "SEE! That is what happens when you replace us! We'd have just jumped that little ditch!"

Or Perhaps: "Stupid humans, you'll learn not to have that second piece of pie!"



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I sure hope it was down hill or the team that was hooking up to move that threshing machine would not have a prayer. It looks to be a 44"
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