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Historical Steam Engine Association
Education, Preservation & Safety. Make sure to check out Steam School at Rock River in September!
Harry's Old Engine
The most popular and comprehensive old iron site on the web! Don't forget to check out the Smokstak® Message Board and Enginads® classifieds!
Homepage of Illinois collector Steve Barr. Steve has excellent photo pages from the shows he attends as well as auction reports. He is a photo contributor to this site, our showbook and recently became a BS&GEC member!
& Other Americana
Keith Kinney, of Evansville, IN has this site with lots of information on the Hercules line of engines as well as many other interesting related subjects.
The homepage of Reg Ingold, a world renowned model builder located in Newcastle, N.S.W., Australia. Lots of good step by step photos and narration of his model engine projects.
Ken Christison, of Conway, NC has this extensive site with information on engines, syrup making and gristmilling. Make sure to check out "Ken's Kritters" for something a little out of the ordinary!
Holland Family Website
From Gastonia, NC, Curt Holland and family provide this site containing photos of their engines and the shows they attend as well as detailed narratives of the extensive restoration work they have done on their engines.
& Dolly French
GEM readers will no doubt recognize the names of these collectors from Leicester, England. Dolly wrote a monthly article for several years and Jim's Tillinghast half-breed has received considerable attention on both sides of the Atlantic. Jim and Dolly were to Baraboo in 2005.
Rock River Thresheree
Since 1955, large show held Labor Day Weekend.
Not affiliated with the Badger Steam & Gas Engine Club.
The Authentic Fuller and Johnson Engine and Implement Web Site
The Authentic Fuller & Johnson Easy to Start ... Web Site!™
SPINELLI EQUIPMENT MUSEUM
|Where the past is in motion|
|Young At Heart People Preserving |
Central Wisconsin's Agricultural Machinery
The Massey Collectors Association
|"Old Masseys Collect the Nicest People"|
Paulson's Agriculture Museum of Argyle
|With over 700 cast iron implement seats, 50 antique tractors, windmills, and antique washing machines; you will find it hard to see it all in one visit!|