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A 1908 Fairbanks-Morse vertical Hit-N-Miss engine, 3HP.

This is used to run the line shaft for the antique machine shop.

Antique machine shop run by two line shafts. Powered by a Fairbanks-Morse Hit-N-Miss engine.

The line shafts runs an 1882 lathe, a post drill and a milling machine.

This is a corn grist mill run by a horse-an-a-half Economy-Choreboy Hit-N-Miss engine.

This is used in corn grinding demonstrations.