Scenes From Our 2006 Show
Eastern Shore Threshermen's 2006 show was held on August 4, 5, 6.
We had extremely hot, humid weather during the week leading up to our show, but it "cooled" down to the upper 90s on Friday. It was still hot, but we managed to have a good show in spite of the heat and humidity. There are some more photos of our 2006 show on the Kid's Page.
Part of the steam engine line-up early in the morning. Photo courtesy of Jay Phillips, Pittsville, MD.
Part of the gas tractor line-up early in the morning.
Photo courtesy of C. Bassford.
Antique gas engines were in operation like Jim Swank's collection. Photo by Jay Phillips, Pittsville, MD.
Antique cars included all types and ages, like this Ford V8 truck. Photo courtesy of Jay Phillips, Pittsville, MD.
Part of the threshing demonstration with a Frick steam engine belted to a John Deere thresher.
Eric Harvey saws shingles while Chris Engle edges them.
One of the fastest growing segment of the preservation and restoration hobby is collecting lawn mowers and garden tractors. This sign says it all. Photo courtesy of Jay Phillips, Pittsville, MD.
A Case Model L tractor is operating the rock crusher at our 2006 show.
The baler seems to have fallen behind in its work... but the baling crew caught up by noon Sunday using this McCormick-Deering 10-20 tractor as power to operate the hand-fed, hand tie stationary baler.
We are an equal opportunity volunteer organization and family is very important to all of our members. Here, sawyer Timmy Engle is being assisted by his cousin, Shelley Hall, while another cousin, Chris Engle offbears. Shelley's husband, Jamie, is operating the engine.
Eric & Pat Harvey's 1899 Frick steam traction engine.
Bryant Young operates this 1927 Frick traction engine at our show. Photo by C. Bassford.
Antique tractors come in all sizes, shapes and colors. Like Alan Kenton's 1938 F14 Farmall with a single front wheel. Photo by Jay Phillips, Pittsville, MD.
And the tractors also come in different shades of green, like the Oliver Super 99 (left) and 44 tractors. Photo by Jay Phillips.
. . . And this unusual shot of one of the many John Deeres at the show. Photo by Jay Phillips.
... And more red with Billy Warren's Massey Harris 44 LP gas model with 4 bottom mounted plow. Photo by Jay Phillips.
And there are also gray ones and some unrestored ones, too, like this 27-44 Twin City tractor belonging to the Layton Family. Photo by Jay Phillips.
All types of items were on display and in operation at our show including this collection of vises for all jobs.
The Singer Family's Keck Gonnerman engine was at the show this year and in operation. Photo by C. Bassford.
Among the garden tractors was this display of Centaur and other garden tractors. Photo by Jay Phillips.
For more scenes from our 2006 show CLICK HERE.
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Brenda Stant, Secretary, 410-673-2414 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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