Cowley's traction engine.
Steering linkage...very nice design!
Marshall & Son's traction engine.
John Fowler cable plowing traction engine.
Close up of the cable reel for plowing. Hold 1/4 mile of cable that weights 4 tons!
Another John Fowler traction engine.
1903 Yorkshire steam powered truck. Nonpariel name.
Tuxford stationary steamer fitted with new oval fire box.
Burrell traction engine.
W14 and W12 IHC tractors.
Very nice David Brown tractor. First one I've ever seen.
How many ax handles wide???
Another David Brown tractor.
Sunshine Massey Harris tractor.
An interesting Moline tractor.
A 8-16 Mogul tractor
Rockcrusher and Mc Cormick Deering
Model F Cletrac
Aveling Barford Calfdozer
Nice eagle and tractor
Fordson with Athens plow
A flax puller. Pretty neat machine!
A K-4 HSCS Steelhorse tractor. (John Hammink, you have a HSCS engine correct?)
Field Marshall tractor
Hart Parr 18-36
Very nice garage display. 3:00 Saturday site of SEL photo.
GMC flat bed. When did GM assume the Holden name?
A Diamond T with some interesting front end work.
Girls and their trucks!
A sweet White and 40' flat bed.
A blatant copy of the Jeep! This is a Nissan.
A Morris Commercial
A 6HP Goldfields
12 1/2 HP Hornsby Ackroyd - Probably the nicest engine at the ralley!
Hienrici hot tube inverted engine
5 1/2 HP Star, made in 1926, s/n 817. Shown by Jim Mutton.
Type J Crossley, s/n 61791.
Crossley with electric ignition.
Imperial Super Diesel...very popular energy source.
Very nice 7 HP Sunshine vertical. s/n 735
4HP Waterloo "Big Chief" and its' mixer
A tank cooled Type 1 Massey Harris. First tank cooled I've seen.
6HP Kay boat engine and a close up of the maggy
Nice Lister grain mill.
CT2 sold under the Cooper name. Note the solid flywheels.
An unusual JD E. Note spark plug and maggy.
Austral s/n 7150. Shown by Rod Covey-Clunes.
Alpha Laval cream seperators powered by steam.
A neat water pump display.
This 10 HP Coulson Simplex was my favorite for the show.
Close up of Simplex. The engine has a 9" bore and 15" stroke.
My favorite display of the slow. A Bagshaw wine pump
A close up of the herringbone gears
A close up of the logo
That is chardonnay being pumped
4HP Cliff & Bunting Diesel
Lamp light Blackstone. s/n 73608
I recalled seeing this Monitor from a SEL discussion. Who could forget the color! Note the rare rotary mag.
Buzzacott Champion model
6HP R. Hornsby
2HP Petter horizontal!
and a close up of the governor. Neat!
Meitz & Weiss s/n 755
A real Fuller & Johnson pumping unit.
A nice 1 1/2HP Model SC New Way
Wow! A vertical Witte! Lucas Maggy close up.
An LLN Crossley.
Vertical Crossley with slide valve.
A beautiful Westinhouse.
A 55HP Crossley, 1925, 270 rpm, in service until 1971.
Nice original Modul. Note Oxblood red!
Nice original Austral
Nice Stover without the Cooper name.
4HP(?) Clark & Fausetl Burnoil
R. Cundall & Sons.
another R. Cundall & Sons, 4HP, 5 1/2" bore X 10" stroke.
4HP LLN Crossley. Hot bulb detail Pend. gov.
1895 Islington....copy of Campbell?
4 HP Challenge. Shown by Barry Hughes. (note change of ownership Steve Barr)
1903 5HP Tangy s/n 3677 and Tangy water pump
4HP vertical Gade! s/n 148 Wow!
A common but very nicely slicked Sundial. 2HP Type B
Fairfield binder engine
1919, 4 1/2HP Reliance, s/n 73!
Hopper cooled 6HP Star, #12
1919 Clement Davidsome (1 of 3 engines)
A whole row of Australs! Here is the 3HP, 1928, s/n 7456
5HP, 1928, s/n 7782
7 1/2 HP, 1911, s/n 1911
8HP, 1925, s/n 5810
11HP, s/n 1581
1911 5HP R. Hornsby s/n 38707
5HP Petter Handyman #22508
GEM engine Relationship to Star???
4 1/2HP Pitt Spirit engine made by Buckeye Harvester
Lyndsay Frasier's 6HP IHC Famous throttler. Sweet!
4HP vertical Stover. Again without the Cooper badge/name.
1922, 2 1/2HP James Martin dairy engine
3HP Gardener hot tube
Note the dual pushrods!
3 1/2 HP Clutterbuck made under license from Blackstone.
4HP Austral s/n 7816
A Monitor copy made by D&W Chandler Note cast hopper cover!
Fuel pulled out of bottom of tank.
Victory Shaft shaft detail
4HP Victoria (different company?)
Hayward Tyler hot air engine making 1HP.
Imperial and HUGE muffler!
10HP Jelbert and a smaller one
Nicely done Sunshine vertical
Deutscher loggers w/ 5HP Triumph engines
I'm guessing the oldest Crossley at the show. Note the Otto on the tag.
The biggest Waterloo I've ever seen! A 12HP monster!
Hot air engine.