Built or badged, they still call The Land of 10,000 Lakes home
Robert Geiken’s 20 HP Flour City engine, one of many Minnesota-made engines in his collection.
The Diamond Jr. tractor was manufactured by?Diamond Iron Works and the Diamond gas engine was originally designed for this machine.
These catalog photos show the exhaust side of a Faribault hopper-cooled engine (left) that came in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 18 and 20 HP, with a friction clutch pulley and magneto, and a sideshaft hopper-cooled
Faribault engine (right) that was made in 3 and 4 HP sizes.
This photo from a 1911 catalog shows a view of the Red Wing Motor Co. in 1911 and was titled “Launching a Speeder.”
The Faribault gasoline engine was built in this headquarters of the Faribault Engine?Mfg. Co. of Faribault, Minn.
A close-up of a 5 HP Stickney, serial no. 13372, built in 1912.
The exhaust side of a 6-cylinder Red Wing engine.
The 4-cylinder Red Wing high-speed 2-cycle engine.
Red Wing Motor Co. made this standard heavy-duty 2-cycle engine for their customers.
This 1-3/4 HP Stickney engine is one of Robert Geiken’s favorites because of how it looks and because it was built in St. Paul, Minn. Charles A. Stickney Co. built them from 1899-1913. The serial number on this one is 19079 and it was built late 191