Portable Steam engine, 1869, made by the J.I. Case Company, it produced about 8 horsepower for driving threshers and sawmills by belt. The engine was moved from place to place by a team of horses during which the stack was folded back while the driver sat in the seat fastened to the stack. Hall of Farm Machinery, Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution.
The 1401, Pacific type passenger locomotive built in 1926 for the Southern Railroad. Weight 280 tons, wheels 73" in diameter, cylinders 27 x 28", overall length 92 feet. Railroad Hall, Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution.
Combined Harvester-Thresher, 1886, pulled by 20 horses or mules, was the first built by Benjamin Holt, who later invented the Caterpillar tractor. Made at Stockton, California, it is typical of combines manufactured in the late 19th century. Hall of Farm Machinery, Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution.