Rock County Thresheree, 2012


This isn’t automotive, per se, but it is impressive.

The Rock County Thresheree is a celebration of 19th century machines and technology.  It has been held on Labor Day weekend every year since the 1950s.  This is a working sawmill operated by a steam powered traction engine with multiple tools operating off the same single power source.  This was high tech in the 1880s.

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