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Maynard W2329

Kickstand55

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06/03/2020
I just ran across a Maynard W2329 today in back of a "BAAHN" in NH. Seems to be missing a mag and maybe other vital parts.
Flywheel turns, has a hand crank attached. Difficult to see as there's much stuff keeping it hostage.
Anyone have any idea of it's worth as is?
I'll have pics available at another time.

Kickstand
 

Doug Kimball

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12/10/2019
Kickstand,
Maynard was Charles William Stores "house" name for engines manufactured by others that they retagged as their own. The most common Maynards were from either Nelson Bros. or Jacobson. Photos will help.
PS Where is Pinardville?
 

Kickstand55

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06/03/2020
Pinardville is the West Side of Manchester, NH and part of Goffstown.
Eduard Pinard developed the community bearing his name in the late 1800. From Canada a French guy he was dere'.
The French came here around the 1830 or so to work the mills on the Merrimack River and were a formidable work force along with the Greeks that came later.
There was a steam fire pumper manufacturing company on the east side of the river and if I'm right, the same company became a steam locomotive manufacturer.
You can see one of the engines in White River Junction, VT. as a museum piece.
Lots of history here.
 

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