The Great Oregon Steamup
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The Great Oregon Steamup, frequently simply called "Brooks," is an enormously popular event in the Pacific Northwest. The pleasant show grounds, a short hour's drive south of Portland, Oregon on I-5, feature a wide variety of events: Engine displays, tractor pulls, truck museum, firefighting museum, steam threshing, horse plowing, tractor parade, traditional tractor pull, and the Willow Creek 7-inch model railroad, a great flea market, and more!

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The Gutowski Brothers' colorfully painted engines are a perennial favorite at Brooks. At first glance the designs might seem whimsical; however, one quickly comes to the realization that these are beautiful works of art.

This 3 h.p. Three Mule Team gleams in the morning sun.

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One almost doesn't recognize this IHC 1 h.p. Type M when it's all dolled up in red.

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Who would've ever thought that an IHC LA could ever look so fancy?!

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Ohhh, isn't this 1 h.p. Sattley nice?

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This 6 h.p. Fairbanks-Morse "Z" with Sumter mag appears to be of 1919 vintage, give or take.

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A 1 h.p. Fairbanks-Morse? Wow, a little makeup surely makes a plain-Jane look nice!

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Here's an interesting looking air-cooled Eureka.

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Another Gutowski masterpiece, a 1910 Ideal in 2 h.p. persuasion.

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Hmmmm. I think I like Hercs better in their factory dress. This one's a 5 h.p.

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This is a really nice Heath's 6-inch pumper.

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Click here to see more from Brooks, Oregon

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