Pictures of a little picnic


| September/October 1975

  • 5 H.P. Economy
    My 5 H.P. Economy belted to the New Holland stone crusher. We crushed several wheel barrow loads of rocks throughout the day. Courtesy of Edward E. Sine, Front Royal, Va. 22630
    Edward E. Sine
  • A view of some of the engines
    A view of some more of the engines on hand that day. Left to right is my 6 h.p. International 6 h.p. Novo, 5 h.p. New Holland, 5 h.p. Associated, 3-1/2 h.p. Ideal Maytag, and a 1-3/4 h.p. Unito. Not visible, but behind the pick-up is Leslie Good's LA Inte
    Edward E. Sine
  • LA John Deere 1946 model
    Courtesy of Edward E. Sine, Front Royal, Va. 22630
    Edward E. Sine
  • 1-1/2 h.p. New Holland
    It is an LA International, next is a 1-1/2 h.p. New Holland owned by Lawrence 'Flash' Gordon and Marshall Lineweaver. The next is a 4 H.P. Bauer owned by John Shifflet. The next is a beautifully restored International Tom Thumb owned by Don and
    Edward E. Sine

  • 5 H.P. Economy
  • A view of some of the engines
  • LA John Deere 1946 model
  • 1-1/2 h.p. New Holland

Our LA John Deere 1946 model, New Holland stone crusher; that's my son Mitch oiling the crusher. He is a lot of help and really enjoys working with the engines. Next engine is our 3 h.p. Domestic and a 5 h.p. Cray Brothers' Engine. Party visible is our Fuller & Johnson Pump Engine. It goes to most of the shows we attend. Also, I am a member of the Shenandoah Valley Steam & Gas Engine Association of Berryville, Va.

These are some pictures of a little picnic and show my friends and I had at my place on July 7, 1974. There were twenty-two engines on hand, sixteen different makes. We all had a good time swapping yarns of how we acquired this engine or that.

We at my house, including my wife, two daughters and son really enjoy attending gas & steam meets. Seems to me like the people you meet at the shows are a good friendly group.

Please keep up the good work namely, your wonderful 'Gas Engine Magazine.' Pictures by Leslie Good of Front Royal, Va.





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