Two steam engines
mengirlssteam enginesthreshing machinessignsplowsbuildingstractors
Transcript of audio excerpt (edited by Interviewer): "This is a picture of a building in a suburb in the background. In the foreground are two steam engines. They’re both traction drive, that means they don’t have to be pulled by horses, and each side of them there’s a thrashing machine on both ends of the picture. There’s nothing else that can be seen in the background really. Possibly one building, but it’s obviously a new town, and the railroad must go right close to this building. These things wouldn’t have been taken far. They’ve got a sign there, machinery dealership, they’re quite optimistic. And what you can read is: “Deering Farm Machine Agent.” I think that’s what it says anyway. And the little sign on the end says “made in Canada”. And it’s Fuller and the next one you can’t read anything except “son” on the end. And the tractors are Gar Scott, and there’s a marking on one of them… It’s a unique picture. It was from the Jameson museum. They didn’t know who had taken it, or where it was taken, and I keep thinking that I’ll find out, but I haven’t."