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Miss February

Post by RAB on Mon Jan 05 2015, 19:16

Hi all,

Anyone who has a picture that they wish to put forward for this month, please post it here and we can have a vote on it.

It can also be an implement that is being driven by an engine if you wish ie, a water pump, corn crusher and that type of thing. But it needs to show the whole display.

Over the last few months weve had a few more new members join, It would be nice to see some of the engines or engine displays that you have got so please feel free to post and we look forward to seeing your stuff.

I know posting a pic here is not the easiest so i have posted a link on how to post pics below:-

http://www.stationaryengineforum.net/t2492-step-by-step-photo-upload

Can I also ask that the pics are of the landscape way and not a portrait way

Hope thats of use to all.

Paul

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Lister H and H3 pump

Post by EarlBathurst on Tue Jan 06 2015, 19:11

Here's my Lister H and H3 pump @ Northleach rally 2014.

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Corbetts mill and Lister D

Post by Locknut on Sat Jan 10 2015, 18:27

Hi All,
Here is my Corbetts Plymouth Royal prize winner corn grinding mill hooked up to my 1950 Lister D.The set up is used weekly.



All the best,
Kev.

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Re: Miss February

Post by Foden on Sat Jan 10 2015, 19:57

My 1948 Villiers MK 10 powered Cooper-Stewart shearing set



Pete.

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Re: Miss February

Post by RAB on Sun Jan 25 2015, 18:19

Hi all,

Many thanks to all who have entered this month, a vote will now be posted and the winner will be posted next Sunday,

Paul

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