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Steampunk Industrial / Locomotive / Steam Gauge / Trail / Main / Lombard Log Hauler / Lamp #2437

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  • Super rare antique steam gauge removed from a Logging locomotive
    • Some history on Lombard:   The first two Lombard log haulers were used near Eustis, Maine, in 1901 prior to construction of the Eustis Railroad. These early machines had an upright boiler and were steered by a team of horses.[3] Most of the Lombard log haulers were used in Maine and New Hampshire. A few were used in Michigan, Wisconsin and Russia. Lombard began building 6-cylinder gasoline-powered log haulers in 1914, produced a more powerful "Big 6" later, and built one Fairbanks-Morse Diesel engine hauler in 1934. The internal combustion log haulers (called Lombard tractors) were less powerful than the steam log haulers; and resembled a stake body truck on a skis and tracks chassis. The steam-powered haulers are thought to have been used as late as 1929
    • Rare gauge dating to early 1900's
    • Writing on gauge "Lombard Steam Log Hauler Co." "Waterville Main"  "  Mark t. Clafilin" "Waterville main"  "Locomotive"  E
    • Large 8" gauge
  • Lamp base was taken from an old tractor transmission, C1930's
  • Main body is an old water meter. C1920's
  • Toggle on off switch on back of meter
  • Measurements:  25" tall and 18"wide

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