National Pike Steam, Gas and Horse Association

National Pike  Steam, Gas and Horse Association A family friendly event demonstrating antique tractors ,trucks,cars, engines, construction equipment . HUGE flea market & craft areas in park like setting
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Operating as usual

07/05/2021

Don’t forget meeting at show grounds this Sunday July 11. Directors 1:30 general membership 2:00

07/04/2021

Happy Independence Day

06/09/2021

Meeting Sunday June 13th, at the grounds. 130pm directors meeting and 2pm general meeting.

06/08/2021

Don’t forget meeting Sunday at show grounds 1:30 directors. 2:00 general

05/17/2021

Thank you to all and came out and supported our show. Thank you to all the members, directors and officers who put in all their time and effort to make this show a success. It was good seeing everyone out enjoying the show. We can honestly say it was constantly busy.

We cannot put on a great show without the support of those who attend each year.

05/07/2021

Don’t forget this Saturday is a work day and Sunday is meeting day! 130 for the directors meeting and 2 for the general meeting at the grounds.

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05/02/2021

Don’t forget everyone Saturday May 8 is workday at show grounds. Lots of work to be done

04/19/2021

Mark your calendar for our next work day May 8. We had a good turnout for Saturday’s work day. Still a lot to be done before the show

04/19/2021

There is a rumor going around that our show is cancelled, this is not true.

Our show dates for this year are May 15-16 and August 13-15 for 2021.

04/07/2021

Meeting Sunday April 11, 2021 at the grounds.

03/30/2021

Everyone mark your calendar on Saturday April 17 work day at showgrounds. There is a lot of work to be done. Also all the kitchens need help for the show. Some kitchen may not be able to open because of lack of workers

03/14/2021

Don’t forget meeting today at the Centerville Legion. Directors meeting at 130 and general meeting at 2.

03/10/2021

Don’t forget we have our meeting on Sunday at the Centerville Legion. Directors meeting is at 130 pm and general meeting at 2 pm.

*** Also remember that the clocks change that day as well ***

02/27/2021

If we are going to have our shows this year we need all members to step up. We need help in all kitchens as workers or someone to run a kitchen. We can’t afford bringing in outside food vendors

02/27/2021

Our show dates for this year are May 15-16 and August 13-15 for 2021 .We are very hopeful that we will be able to hold our shows this coming year .

02/26/2021

It’s President Bob Kelly’s birthday!

02/23/2021

If anyone is wanting to stay at the Hampton INN in California, Pa for the shows this year. We have been granted rooms for your stay.

When you call use code MSM; use this code for the May 2021 show and use code MSA; use this code for the August 2021 show.

Any questions please contact the secretary Megan Higinbotham. You can message her on our page, email [email protected] or by phone 724-802-4826.

02/23/2021

Please keep the Jenkins and Higinbotham families in your prayers. Both families lost a member of their families, at the end of January and beginning of February.

The Jenkins family lost Nettie, who was a long time member; who help in the Bean Soup Kitchen.

The Higinbotham family lost Glenn, who was also a long time member.

02/14/2021

Meeting is still on! Directors meeting at 130 and regular meeting at 2 at the Centerville Legion. Hope to see you there! Be safe!

02/07/2021

Don’t forget meeting on February 14th at the Centerville Legion. Directors meeting at 1:30pm and the regular meeting is at 2pm.

01/27/2021

Keep an eye on your mail, newsletters, schedules and membership forms are going out

01/05/2021

We will not be having a meeting in January. Watch for the schedule and newsletter that going to be sent out.

Let’s hope this year is better then the last.

01/01/2021
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12/25/2020

Merry Christmas!!! Happy Holidays!!!

Merry Christmas!!! Happy Holidays!!!

This Extremely Rare 1913 Thew Type-O Steam Shovel Took 2 Years to Restore
12/24/2020
This Extremely Rare 1913 Thew Type-O Steam Shovel Took 2 Years to Restore

This Extremely Rare 1913 Thew Type-O Steam Shovel Took 2 Years to Restore

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12/07/2020

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Today is #NationalMinersDay so let's all #ThankAMiner for their continual efforts to provide our nation with affordable and reliable electricity.

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12/06/2020

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Sunday Dec. 6th is #NationalMinersDay; we’re honoring America’s courageous miners who helped power American prosperity and the fight for liberty and freedom. This week, we'll tell the stories you may not have heard before. #ThankAMiner

1918 Military Operations With Holt Crawler Tractors – Classic Tractor Fever TV
12/04/2020
1918 Military Operations With Holt Crawler Tractors – Classic Tractor Fever TV

1918 Military Operations With Holt Crawler Tractors – Classic Tractor Fever TV

Before Holt and Best merged in 1925 to form Caterpillar, the Holt Company was world known for its crawler tractors. In the early teens of the 20th Century, Holt partnered with several branches of the United States military to deliver crawler tractors for their tactical operations. The photos below w...

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12/03/2020

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By the mid-1800s, the #CoalMining was growing rapidly. However, this expansion could not have happened without the railroad. Due to the improved speed and efficiency of the railroad system, the coalfields of Appalachia and west of the Mississippi could now be connected to the industrial hubs. This helped sustain an increased demand for coal. As a result, production quadrupled by the end of the 19th century #ThankAMiner #NationalMinersDay

11/26/2020

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222 Spring Rd
Brownsville, PA
15417

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Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday 10:00 - 18:00

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Those were the Days! and we thought they will never end!
My hats off to the organizers of The National Pike Steam Gas, and Horse Association for their Spring event. This event was a photography goldmine of capturing the feel of those were the days.
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My hats off to the organizers of The National Pike Steam Gas, and Horse Association for their Spring event. This event was a photography goldmine of capturing the feel of those were the days.
Had a wonderful day at the spring show....here’s the first of our videos:
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What are the 2020 show dates, please? Thank you!
James W. Howard of Washington, Pennsylvania | 1935 - 2019 | Obituary  James W. Howard March 30, 1935 - June 07, 2019 James Wylie Howard, 84 passed away on the morning of June 7, 2019 in his home surrounded by loved ones. Jim was born on a farm on Vance Station Road in Washington, the son of the late James T. Howard and Katherine Pounds. He was employed at Hazel Atlas #2, where he was president of the union. He also worked as Reliance Electric as a supervisor. Then after 20 years of employment as supervisor at Jessop Steel, he retired in 2000. Jim was a member of several local clubs in Washington and was known for his musical talents and his gentle personality. Jim was a long-time member of the National Pike and Steam Association, where he ran the Whistle Stop alongside his family. James met his wife Margaret Naylor Howard, while working at #2, they later married on July 11, 1960. Also surviving are his daughter, Tina Marie D’Alessandro; a son Scott D. Howard Sr; A brother, William “Ed” (Diane) Howard of Melbourne, FL. He will be dearly missed by many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Deceased are a daughter, Kathy Howard-Svitek; a son James W. Howard Jr. and a grandson, Corey Michael James. Friends will be received Tuesday, June 11, 2019 from 4 to 8 p.m. at William G. Neal Funeral Homes Ltd., 925 Allison Ave, Washington, where services will be held Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. with Pastor Gary Gibson officiating. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to funeralbill.com. Dad was a longtime member before altzhieners, he loved working whistle stop and singing out back at the camp. If anyone has any pic videos or cassettes of dad singing please message me,
Hello all. With the show fast approaching, some of you may know that we participate in the Agricultural Days every year. This year is the second year at the Washington County Fair Grounds. April 5th and 6th from 9 AM to 9 PM. We will be setup again this year. We have a few people signed up to sit at our table. If anyone is interested in sitting at our table please notify me. Any help is appreciated. Thank you. Megan Higinbotham Secretary
First off, if the ad is still posted, its still for sale! Do not contact me asking if its still available or still for sale...I WILL NOT respond to those! I delete ads when items are sold. Thank you. Nothing in the back round is for sale, please do not ask. This is from my dads estate. When he first bought this, it did run but the steering clutches were froze up in it and it did not steer. He changed all the oils in the whole machine, had the starter rebuilt for the gasoline pony motor and bought a new carb for it as well. Since then it sat for a couple of years and the new carb has become gummed up. we did have the pony motor running since it sat, but it would not run well enough to start the diesel engine. This will need to be winched onto a trailer or a rollback. This machine does weigh 16,000 pounds so make sure you have something that can handle that kind of weight. He has a lot more money in this than what I want for it. Basically I am selling it for what scrap price would be. I would rather see someone get some use out of it rather than scrap it.
Like the steam show. Been there 27 years!!!