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Eaglesville, TN kudos & accolades


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Old 09-09-2002, 11:40:23 AM
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Congratulations & thanks to the fine folks that put together & participated in the Eaglesville, Tennessee show. Probably 1000 or so tractors, 60 or so engines (just guessing), good BBQ, plenty of parking, plenty of show space, & overall just darn nice folks. I highly reccomend this show to folks in (and outside) of Dixie.

Deo Vindice.

-Mike

Huntsville, Alabama
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Old 09-09-2002, 10:45:58 PM
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Excellent show. Great displays. Took a few photos and was so busy with the camcorder down at the 1915 Frick steam traction engine, I forgot to take a few snapshots of it. Oh well...next year!


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Old 09-10-2002, 11:54:28 AM
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I never did get to see the Frick run. Too bad --I love hearing the engine talk when a thresher or sawmill opens up the govenor!

One thing about shows in the north is that there tends to be alot more steam than there is here. Lancaster, PA was the most steam traction / stationary engines I've seen in one place. Malabar Farms in Lucas, Ohio was a good show though I understand that after the Medina, Ohio traction engine accident that Malabar is not allowing steam (or gas?) there.

Nice looking young man in the photo...a fine family, sir.

Deo Vindice.

-Mike

Huntsville, Alabama
 


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