BIG EDD'S
Newton, NC June 18, 19, 20, 1999

After a couple of days of rain, Friday and Saturday turned
out to be beautiful, sunny days. We got there Friday afternoon,
and went back again on Saturday morning. When you first
arrive, you go through the horse barn and are greeted by some
of the most beautiful Belgian draft horses around. Once out of
the barn, you are surrounded by engines and machinery owned
by Big Edd Sigmon.

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Above left, is a very rare 2 1/2 HP sideshaft IHC 'Famous' (actually a well
done conversion). Next is a nice IHC Mogul, unknown size,followed by
a headless Witte of about 5 HP. The last engine in this row is marked 'the
Geiser', built by Emerson Brantingham.


Above left, Bill, 'Whitey', Armour of Rock Hill, SC displays his collection
of buttons from this show. He has attended every one! Next is a Emerson
Brantingham owned by 'Whitey'. Next is a good looking 4 HP Cushman.
Last is a fairly rare Detroit engine of about3 HP owned by Tommy Ballard
of Lincolnton, NC.

 
Above left, is a beautiful collection of pedal tractors. Next is a 1 3/4 HP
Associated 'Chore Boy', owned by Roy or Kenneth McSwain of Norwood
NC. Next is a beautiful Geiser owned by James Notnagle of Keymar, MD.
Last is this great little burr mill built by the Perkins Windmill Co, who also
made engines and windmills. This was belted up to the Geiser engine.

 

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