1935 125 HP Buckeye Gas Engine rescued from a grain elevator near Grabill, Ind. This is the only one-cylinder, two-cycle engine of this size that we know of in existence today and think it was the largest engine built by the Buckeye Company.
5 foot tall generator. Specifications: RPM 720; 160 HP; 60 cycles; 130,000 watts; 170 amps; 440 voltage. Belt pulley on left. Exciter on right.
Hole under elevator partially dug out by trencher. Oscar Schuller is digging while Roger Schuller and John H. Nahrwold look on.