Steam and Gas Engine
Berryville, VA USA
Our "Shows" page has now been updated featuring the listings of the upcoming Steam and tractor shows for 2014!
Looking for some special piece of equipment? Need some information about restoring that vintage engine? On this page we will feature links to other websites that might help provide you with the information and help you need. Just point your mouse on the logo or name and click. We hope you are able to find what you are looking for on this page. Thanks for stopping by!
Click on the Shine Transportation Logo to visit their website.
Click on the Winchester Equipment Company Logo to visit their website.
Click On Steiner Logo to visit their website!
Click on the Davenport Logo!
For information about Circle K Mobile Cafe, send e-mail to: email@example.com
Need a wonderful Bluegrass Band for your next party or social gathering? Check out the Stoney Creek Band, shown at right, on stage at the 2010 SVSGEA "Pageant of Steam" Show.
Click here to check out the Stoney Creek Website!
For many of those hard-to-find parts for those great restoration tractor projects, click on the photo at left to visit YESTERDAY'S TRACTOR COMPANY website.
Ever wonder if there might be Antique Tractor Clubs anywhere else in the world besides the USA? Click on the link below and see John Deere, Oliver, and many other U.S. - brand farm tractors affiliated with a German Antique tractor Club. You can read the posting from the club's President on the SVSGEA Guest Book.
Click on the
photo on the right and visit a neat site for Tractor Pulls. There
are many great tractor pull videos at this website, including the modified
high-performance pulling tractors.
Not sure what you might be looking for exactly? Visit Harry's Old Engine Website. He's got a little bit of everything for vintage gas and steam engines.
Mechanical Devices of Every Sort for Producing Power
Visit the Kinney Family's treasure of old but still working gas and steam engines.
This unique website features web links to just about anywhere in search of parts and/or information about old, antique or vintage tractor steam and gas engines.
Still haven't found what you're looking for? Check out the antique gas engine bulletin boards at Smokestak.com!
Visit this site for all sorts of antique and steam engine/traction tractors and equipment. this site features steam power for farm, railway, boats, and machinery. It is possible this website originates from overseas as it has a .uk web address. It might be located in the United Kingdom ( England) Still a very good website with a lot of information!
This website contains a lot of useful information about those antique/vintage gas engines, also known as this "hit-and-miss" engines. This website also includes a discussion forum for comments, ideas, and matters of discussion.
Need some help with that Old John Deere? Click on the Old John Deere Tractors Link above and check the Retired Tractors Website!
Got an old Allis-Chalmers Tractor and need some help locating parts or rebuild info? Check out the Tractor House website! Click on the logo!
Many of our fathers, brothers, uncles, cousins,
even some moms, aunts, and sisters have driven trucks for a living and more and
more we are proud to have many of our trucking brothers bring their antique and
vintage trucks and trucking equipment to our annual Pageant of Steam Show each
year. Because of their much-appreciated support in the past, we dedicate
this portion of our Links Page to our many friends who bring their trucks and
equipment to our Show and help us to promote our American Heritage that only
Antique Steam and Gas Engine Clubs as well as the Antique and Vintage Truck
Clubs across America can keep alive.
Clicking on the AHTS link at left will take you to the American Truck Historical Society website and lots of information about preserving old antique trucks from years gone past.
Want to know what clubs are in the Northern Virginia-Maryland area for old truck enthusiasts? Click on http://www.masondixonchapter-aths.com to visit Fred Craig and his fellow vintage truck collectors in the Northern Virginia-Maryland area. Need more information, click on their E-mail webmaster button on their website and Webmaster Mike Lawry will get you all the information you need.
If you happen to be one of those "old truck" collectors, you will want to click on the "Hank's Web Site" logo above and get ready to take a trip back in time to see a lot of the old trucks along with the trucking companies that used these trucks and their history! The "David Foust" photo collection is one of the best in trucking history. Take a trip back in time!