The late Chet Petrowski's Buffalo Springfield was featured on the show button and plaque
The C.H.Brown steam engine was built in Fitchburg in 1909/10.
It developed 125 horsepower with a 13" bore and a 34" stroke.
It weighs 12 tons and has an 8 foot diameter flywheel.
It was used to power the Smith & Day Co. and the Bourn, Hadley and Fairbanks Mfg.,
located on Mill Street in Baldwinville, MA. It last ran in 1949
Gene borrows a John Deere Model 70
The Fairbanks-Morse was the featured engine this year.
Here are a couple of great examples.
Bart Cushing always brings a great tractor
This year it was a John Deere GP Wide-track
Our entertainment this year was an operating Wurlitzer Merry-Go-round machine
Howard Goren had his roller under steam.
Charlie Kellogg shined up the Number 52 plow by pulling it through
the sand with his Unstyled Model B.