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Antique Machinery Show

MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette One and a half year old Atlas Bigger, son of Tom and Jenna Bigger of Proctor plays with his tractor under the table of his grand parents Clark and Nancy Bigger at their booth during the 33rd Annual Loyalsock Valley Association's Antique Machinery Show north of Trout Run Thursday. This is the first year at their new location at a former trailer park along the Lycoming Creek which is now owned by Lewis Township. As usual, there will be live entertainment each night through Saturday, with a garden tractor pull on Friday night, a lumber jack competition Saturday beginning at 11:00 am, and a tractor pull Saturday night. All efforts are make to be COVID compliant.
MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette Joe Belzer of Mill Hall refills the water resevoir for cooling his 1906 English built 6.5 hp Blackstone diesel engine behind him during the 33rd Annual Loyalsock Valley Association's Antique Machinery Show north of Trout Run Thursday. This is the first year at their new location at a former trailer park along the Lycoming Creek which is now owned by Lewis Township. As usual, there will be live entertainment each night through Saturday, with a garden tractor pull on Friday night, a lumber jack competition Saturday beginning at 11:00 am, and a tractor pull Saturday night. All efforts are make to be COVID compliant.
MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette A variety of antique tractors line the field during the 33rd Annual Loyalsock Valley Association's Antique Machinery Show north of Trout Run Thursday. This is the first year at their new location at a former trailer park along the Lycoming Creek which is now owned by Lewis Township. As usual, there will be live entertainment each night through Saturday, with a garden tractor pull on Friday night, a lumber jack competition Saturday beginning at 11:00 am, and a tractor pull Saturday night. All efforts are make to be COVID compliant.
MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette Anthony Delong of Lewisburg works on his 1920 Worthing Model W 1 and 3/4 hp engine during the 33rd Annual Loyalsock Valley Association's Antique Machinery Show north of Trout Run Thursday. This is the first year at their new location at a former trailer park along the Lycoming Creek which is now owned by Lewis Township. As usual, there will be live entertainment each night through Saturday, with a garden tractor pull on Friday night, a lumber jack competition Saturday beginning at 11:00 am, and a tractor pull Saturday night. All efforts are make to be COVID compliant.
MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette One and a half year old Atlas Bigger, son of Tom and Jenna Bigger of Proctor tries to get a "hit and miss" engine running during the 33rd Annual Loyalsock Valley Association's Antique Machinery Show north of Trout Run Thursday. This is the first year at their new location at a former trailer park along the Lycoming Creek which is now owned by Lewis Township. As usual, there will be live entertainment each night through Saturday, with a garden tractor pull on Friday night, a lumber jack competition Saturday beginning at 11:00 am, and a tractor pull Saturday night. All efforts are make to be COVID compliant.
MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette Children enjoy a ride of the train during the 33rd Annual Loyalsock Valley Association's Antique Machinery Show north of Trout Run Thursday. This is the first year at their new location at a former trailer park along the Lycoming Creek which is now owned by Lewis Township. As usual, there will be live entertainment each night through Saturday, with a garden tractor pull on Friday night, a lumber jack competition Saturday beginning at 11:00 am, and a tractor pull Saturday night. All efforts are make to be COVID compliant.
MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette Children enjoy a ride of the train during the 33rd Annual Loyalsock Valley Association's Antique Machinery Show north of Trout Run Thursday. This is the first year at their new location at a former trailer park along the Lycoming Creek which is now owned by Lewis Township. As usual, there will be live entertainment each night through Saturday, with a garden tractor pull on Friday night, a lumber jack competition Saturday beginning at 11:00 am, and a tractor pull Saturday night. All efforts are make to be COVID compliant.

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