Antique Engine Association Inc. of Reidsville, North Carolina
Sec. 1594 Wolf Island Road Reidsville, North Carolina 27320
The Antique Engine Association of Reidsville, North Carolina
held its annual show, April 26-27, 1997 at club showgrounds on
Highway 158 East.
Over 200 exhibitors displayed their fine engines and tractors.
The Reidsville Show is one of the first shows in the area. Most of
the displays are freshly painted and have few ‘show
scratches,’ that are common in a busy season.
The show featured a working sawmill, shingle mill, wood saw,
wood splitting, corn mill, and a 1940, 120 HP Fairbanks-Morse
engine, all the exhibits are operated by the 80-plus members. A
Kiddie Train built by members is on the grounds for the kids to
No admission is charged. Thanks to everyone who participated.
Come see us again in ’98. The show dates this year are April
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