Central Mass. Steam, Gas & Machinery Association
26 June 2010
You Tube video from the show
As always if you see yourself or your engine or other equipment and would care to send along a paragraph or two about your display please email it to email@example.com and I will add it to this page.
This was a GREAT day for an engine show! Bright and clean with just enough overcast to keep the sun from being excessive. The show seemed very well attended with many exhibitors and visitors. All in all a great day.
Nifty drag shovel. Horse or mule drawn these were used in the building of the Erie Canal across New York state.
Never saw a front wheel quite like this one. Anyone know its' purpose, other than steering of course. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org please.
You can see just about anything at a show like this. I think that this may be a model call Das Little Stick (48" wing span), scaled down from Das Stick which had a 60" wingspan. I built several of these MANY years back when I was active in the R/C hobby.
At this point in our tour of the grounds my camera lens decided to stop auto focusing. Would not even let me manual focus. Fortunately I had a memory card in the video camera and was able to continue using that to take still photos. They have a different ratio but different is better than none.
Jim Paquette, faithful companion to Edgar, world famous dounut hound.
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