Through the eyes of Dallas and Linda Cox.
The following photos were graciously provided by Dallas and Linda Cox,
some great engine friends from High Point, NC. Thanks, guys!!
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Above: left - a nice 25 HP Reid; center -an 8 HP Witte headless;
right - an 8 HP Worthington, owned by Bobby and Karen Brooks.
Above: left - an interesting Mcvickers gearless of about 4 HP
owned by JR Staton of Lincolnton, NC;
center - the smaller of the two Simplicity engines owned by
John Walker of Laurinburg, NC; right - a table full of beautifully
crafted models by Garland Jobe of Greensboro, NC.
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Above: left - a nice trio of steamers; next - a closer view of the Advance
Rumely; next - a closer view of the little Kitty :-) last - before the engines
etc, the farmers used sweeps to power mills etc. Here is a stationary hay
press operated by a one horse (I think) sweep.
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