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Some of the machines in the museum. The Corliss Steam engine can
be seen in the background.
A Downie Water Pump, made in Baver Falls, PA, is in the background.
It is driven by a Foos gasoline engine made in Springfield Ohio.
The pump was used by the Pittsburgh Cut Flower Company of Pittsburgh
to supply all their water needs for 75 years.
Artie Stears helps unload the Champion Engine.
John Riddings (on left) and Jim Shanor unload some small steam
driven machines owned by Bob Balderson.
Jeremy Mauk starts an Otto gasoline engine. Nicholas Otto built
the first successful internal combustion engine.
Carl Brognano (on Left) is owner of C and L Framing which built
the McCarl Museum. Alan Ferguson, president of the Little Beaver
Historical Society is on right.
Ben Hostettler (on left) and Alan Ferguson place a heavy step
stone at the McCarl Museum.
Wayne Cole (on left) and Charles Townsend sit in front of barrel
stove in the half finished Museum. This stove heated the McCarl
Museum for two years until a standard furnace was installed.