I’m busy in the shop at the moment, but I wanted to give y’all something to read. Here is an article I found someplace years ago. Sorry, no source to quote, probably an American magazine from the 19teens.
click on the image for a larger version.
There have been several of these.The late Dick Winger built one.I looked at an original one in MA. years ago.
yep, they show up at swap meets from time to time. There was a neat one at Hanford a dozen years ago, but missing the boiler. And another at Dixon, but also not running. Not many of them are in use anymore.
This is from the 1919 Popular Mechanics book “The Boy Mechanic, 800 things for boys to do”. You can see the whole book here;
Thanks for the nice webpage BTW
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