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John was born into a farming family in the UK, in 1934, and as a lad of just seven years old, he would be kept home from school at various times to assist his father with his steam engines doing contractual work for other farmers. They would thresh corn, cut grass to m...

Since its inception in the USA in 1991, the Antique Caterpillar Machinery Owners Club (ACMOC) has fostered the establishment of individual representative Chapters to allow like-minded member groups the opportunity to gather at a local level and support the goal of the...

Waynen Grenning, of New York, has presented, unequivocally, the greatest book on flame ignition engines ever written. Literally, nothing compares with the scholarly breadth and depth of his research, and the clarity of his written word. The overall quality of the prese...

My involvement with a Barber-Greene bucket loading elevator started, when I bumped into an old acquaintance, and the conversation got around to how we were filling in our days. I told him that I had become involved with vintage machinery restoration as, at that time, I...

Never in a million years would I have expected to own a portable steam engine. I picked up the bones of the steam engine from St George in southern Queensland some 18 months ago. Many parts had been used to restore another larger model which Ab Brimblecombe of Toowoomb...

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