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St. Lawrence Power and Equipment Museum

Email us at .... info@slpowermuseum.com

The working Museum has evolved from the original twelve members of the St. Lawrence Gas & Steam Engine Association founded in 1976. We currently, as of January 2016, have 990 members, 21 junior members and 44 business members that are dedicated to the preservation of antique engines, tractors and related farm equipment.

The St. Lawrence Power & Equipment Museum is a tax exempt, education corporation, provisionally chartered by the Regents of the State University of New York and is located in Madrid, New York. We are a member of the St Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce.



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TWO GREAT ANNUAL MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS!

JUNE 11-12, 2016 --- Our 34th Annual Spring Antique Gas and Steam Engine Exhibition.

Featuring International Harvester.

Joining us will be the International Harvester Collectors Club, Chapter 35, of NY State.

view === 2015 SPRING EXHIBITION FLYER === print


SEPTEMBER 3 - 4, 2016 --- Our 26th Annual Old Fashioned Harvest Days Exhibition.

Scroll down to ANNUAL EXHIBITIONS for more information on both Exhibitions.

view ---- April - June, 2016 NEWSLETTER ---- print
view ---- Jan - March, 2016 NEWSLETTER ---- print

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Museum Events 2016 Spring Exhibition 2014 Fall Exhibition 2014 Other Related Local Activities
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Blacksmith Shop Cobbler Shop
Collections Building Corn Crib
Equine Pavilion Farm House - Barn
Gas Station Horse-Drawn Equipment Building
Log Cabin Maple Producers
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Schoolhouse No 12 Early Textiles Building
Tractor Exhibit Building Walker Granary


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ANNUAL EXHIBITIONS.

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The 34th Annual Spring Antique Gas and Steam Engine Exhibition

JUNE 11-12, 2016

view === 2016 SPRING EXHIBITION FLYER === print

This Exhibition is held annually at the Museum's Goolden - Mann Farm on State Hwy. 345 in Madrid, NY.

FEATURING: Old-time spring planting and plowing, antique engines, machines, autos, trucks, and tractors, saw mills, farm tour. Saturday: antique auction, farm animals, pulling contests, great food, and live music.

NEW ADDED ACTIVITIES ... Saturday: Draft horse pull, Miniature horse pull, Kids' pedal tractor races.

June Show to Feature International Harvester

As Reported By Roger Austin. From the jan-mar 2016 Museum newsletter.

Joining us will be the International Harvester Collectors Club, Chapter 35 of NY State. Its members will bring their IH equipment and their large headquarters tent. The group celebrated its 10th Anniversary as a chapter of IHCC in 2015. The Chapter region includes the entire state of New York and calls Alexander, NY its home. Membership totals about 400 people. Their board of directors is elected by the membership. The quarterly newsletter, the FARMALL FLYER, has regular columns of interest and classified ads. Their first state show, Red Power Charge 2006, was held at the Union Agricultural Society fairgrounds in Hemlock, NY. Four quarterly general membership meetings are held each year in different areas of the state with a schedule of additional activities at winter meetings at the Alexander Clubhouse. Go to http://www.ihcc35ny.com for more information about the IHCC Chapter 35.

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TWO NICE RAFFLES THIS YEAR!! .

This handsome porch glider, from Tractor Supply Company in Massena, has been graciously donated for the June 11-12 Exhibition raffle. Dot Locy, once again, came through to help the museum by acquiring this item valued at $299.99. Thanks to Dot for continuing to support the Museum as you have done for many years, as did Jim.

Also up for Raffle is an Efco DS2200TR string trimmer featuring a 1.1 HP / 21.7 cc engine. It was donated by Evans Farm Repair, Inc. in Lisbon and retails for $199.99.

“IF YOU DON'T ENTER, YOU CAN'T WIN.” TAKE A CHANCE! .


Our 26th Annual Old Fashioned Harvest Days Exhibition

SEPTEMBER 3 -- 4, 2016

This Exhibition is held annually, on Labor Day weekend, at the Museum's Goolden - Mann Farm on State Hwy. 345 in Madrid, NY.

FEATURING: Old-time fall harvesting, Kids pedal tractor pull, free horse and tractor wagon rides, antique tractor,draft horse and garden tractor pulls, Antique engines, machines, autos, trucks, tractors, saw mills, farm tour, farm animals, great food, and live music. AND MUCH MORE! !

The 2015 Fall Exhibition was VERY well attended, both days, with nice weather and above seasonable temperatures. Our new food policy, designed to speed up the "chow line", was a success. Our new food chairman, Lee Dezell, took over from our longtime and now retired team of Bill and Alice Pharoah, a hard act to follow. The kids' tractor pull and races, now held in the new tractor building, had an overflow crowd of pullers and spectators.


MUSEUM - OWNED 40 HP A.B. FARQUHAR STEAMER

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MUSEUM - OWNED 100 HP ANDERSON DIESEL



Best links I have found for old iron !!!

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Harrys Old Iron Site Ads and Message Boards. The undisputed home site for old engine collectors. And Harry hails from New York State originally !

Oldengine.org == WOW Check this out !

Finding Old Iron

THE small engine site. Lots and Lots of data.

Hit N Miss Enterprises Antique Gas Engines. New and used gas engine parts.

Out of Canada comes Leo Wiesers site . Beautiful restoration storys and pics. Great tips under "education".

Miller Tire, Antique Tires


Email us at === info@slpowermuseum.com

Mailing address ..... SLPEM, PO Box 400, Madrid, NY 13660 - 0400

Web Meister, Gary Hargrave
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