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Steve Lashaway of Dunbridge, above, shows off his 1913 Port Huron steam engine on Thursday as the 43rd annual antique machinery show, hosted by the Northwest Ohio Antique Machinery Association, began chugging at the Hancock County Fairgrounds. At right, Ron Montgomery of Bluffton fires up a 1931 John Deere tractor that he and his brother, Rich, own. The tractor was previously owned by their father, Donavin Montgomery. The machinery show, which continues into Sunday, features Ford tractors and oil field engines this year. Daily admission costs $5, with children 15 and under admitted free with an adult. (Photo by Randy Roberts)

Steve Lashaway of Dunbridge shows off his 1913 Port Huron steam engine on Thursday as the 43rd annual antique machinery show, hosted by the Northwest Ohio Antique Machinery Association, began chugging at the Hancock County Fairgrounds. The machinery show, which continues into Sunday, features Ford tractors and oil field engines this year. Daily admission costs $5, with children 15 and under admitted free with an adult. (Photo by Randy Roberts)

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