Harry: Sorry I can't recall as it has been a quite a few years siince I have seen the engine. It is static display at the former Ontario Agricultural Museum since the family donated it there a number of years ago. Perhaps Gee will pipe in here again and clarify that for us.Are both steering wheels connected to its own shaft or is one steering wheel just an extension of the other? Curious minds want to know.
Lets not go that far yet!!!!Thanks Brian:brows: You've crossed over to the better side now!:brows:
I've attached 2 pictures of Steve & Lori Ott's 1909 32-100 Port Huron. The engine belonged to Steve's Grandfather. Steve did a beautiful job on the complete restoration. It has a lapseam boiler & is inspected for 150# in Michigan. The wheels are in excellent condition.
The third picture is Philip Zuver (Ask the User) and Richard Schniepp's 32-100 Port Huron. This is a Rynda engine and was buried to the axle. It too has a lapseam boiler. Phil has done a wonderful job on its restoration to working order. He is promising to have the head tank back on it for the Port Huron feature at Wauseon in 2007.