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Ashtabula Show Williamsfield, O. Greyhound engine


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Old 07-02-2008, 10:25:46 PM
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I got a message today. Mr Byler's 24 hp Greyhound steam engine will present to The Ashtabula County Antique Engine Club Williamsfiled, Ohio July 4 to 5th.. The same engine was shown last week at NTA Wauseon, Ohio.
I will be there on Friday.
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Here are some photos. Last Friday afternoon I was watching a 24 hp Greyhound engine and a Baker 23-90 owned by J.S. on baker fan. I just missed a Greyhound on a sawmill.
Here are the photos of Case engine and a Eagle tractor. Another scale model Peerless photo.
I bet Craig Anderson or else would like to see the Eagle Model H.
Even Chuck S. would like to see this Case engine

Well No Greyhound photos taken. My camera is limit in memory.
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Default Re: Ashtabula Show Williamsfield, O. Greyhound engine

Please email me the contact information of the current owner of the little Peerless; I grew up around that engine and know a lot of the history of the engine and even where the patterns are for the engine and where the engine is that it was scaled from is located.

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Default Re: Ashtabula Show Williamsfield, O. Greyhound engine

According to my serial number list that tag makes this 40hp case the first one built, I may have forgot or missed any previous discussion about this engine and would like to see more pictures and details if you have them, I find it odd that it has a butt strap barrel joint on the boiler for a 1911 tag unless it has been replaced, repaired or something as such
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Hi All,
For what it's worth, the Case was bought new with a grader for Andover Twsp. for road work,was used till ww2, parked, later George Nicholas (passed on)bought it, later sold it to Page family, they had it a long time, maybe did repair, but is a real engine and they loyaly show it. Nicholas family are very important and valuable in info, as they saved many relics we now enjoy and see at the shows. The old T-boiler pic is a Warren engine made in Warren, Oh. I was told is prob. 1840's or so. They made engines earlier as many were used here before the Civil War. That old Eagle will be here to see at later shows too, not many of those old "birds"around either, thank you George!!! Mark
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Please email me the contact information of the current owner of the little Peerless; I grew up around that engine and know a lot of the history of the engine and even where the patterns are for the engine and where the engine is that it was scaled from is located.

Thank you,

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Sorry I don't know the owner of this engine. I am posting in front again for you. Maybe someone could contact you for more info or contact the board in show directory book.
Good luck.
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Please email me the contact information of the current owner of the little Peerless; I grew up around that engine and know a lot of the history of the engine and even where the patterns are for the engine and where the engine is that it was scaled from is located.

Thank you,

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^ Anyone????

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Jeff

Here is the link to the Ashtabula Engine Club's website contact list with phone numbers. Hope this helps.

http://www.ashtabulaantiqueengineclu...tionfacts.html
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