A big hit of the show was the 20' steam launch 'Narcissus' as it silently glided over the museum's mill pond. Owner David Conroy, of Lyons, New York, was kept busy as the many show visitors lined up to take a cruise aboard this graceful replica.
Charlie Bilby, of Richmondville, New York, pressing apples during the Antique Engine Jamboree at Hanford Mills Museum. Charlie's freshly squeezed cider was the perfect complement to the sunny autumn weather.
A beautifully restored Chase shingle mill, owned and operated by Frank Pfegle, of Castkill, New York. Power for the mill was supp-lied by a 16 HP Sta-Rite gasoline engine which was recently restored and is in the Hanford Mills Museum Collection.