Jerry Kitten and Mike Lindauer showing their new T-shirts that have Mike’s photo of his engine.
Just look at the new artwork on LINDAUER’S KITTEN ENGINE.
Joe Driman shows his rare Steam Gauge which has the name JOSEPH F. KITTEN.
Camera shy Paul Schue applies a little coal so that all can clear their lungs.
Jerry Kitten is next to The Lindauer Steam Wagon.
Another name is AN UPRIGHT SAW — built in the late 1800’s.
Avery supplies power to the LINDAUER STEAM WAGON ( Their are 13 small engines spittin, sputtering, pumping water to turn the wheel or maybe just BLOWIN OFF STEAM.
The Avery is being tested on a Baker Fan.
A very unique saw is displayed and operated at Lanesville.
Another name for this special saw is PIT SAW.
Used to be called a 2 man saw until STEAM was born.