Explore the Show Grounds

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Building 1: Dining Hall - Tables for breakfast, lunch, hot and cold drinks, sale items, large stationary steam engine.
Building 2: Association Office - Logo apparel, covered seating for main viewing area, sale items.
Building 3: Anderson Building - Antique machinery and storage building.
Building 4: Repair Shop - Used for restoration and repair of antique farm equipment.
Building 5: Craft Fair - Vendors, train depot, antique tools, bank vault door, Dr. Pecks buggy, pedal toys, antique wagons.
Building 6: Wright Building - Antique tractors, implements, and storage.
Building 7: Thompson Building - Car and truck museum, antique signs and license plates.
Building 8: Eggers Building - Historical crafts, pioneer rooms, player piano, vintage clothing, beauty shop.
Building 9: Blacksmith Shop - Working blacksmith demonstrating metal fabrication, bending and how to temper steel.
Building 10: Creamery - Antique milking machine, cream separator and dairy related items.
Building 11: Bacon Building - Steam engine shop, steam engines, rare caterpillar– holt combine, Prony brake, baker fan, dynamometer.
Building 12: Quilt Shop - Beautiful hand sewn quilts by locals, a display of baby quilts. Print Shop; Linotype Press, demonstration on how printing was done and an opportunity to print your own post cards.
Building 14: Dorsch-Sawyer Building - Tractor museum, rare and unusual antique tractors and implements.
Building 15: Brubaker Building - Threshing machine, antique tractors and implements and storage area.
Building 16: Wilkens Building - Featuring Diamond “T” Trucks, pickups and fire trucks, antique tractors, crawlers, signs, and over 100 pedal toys.
Building 17: Clark Building - Permanent tractor pulling exhibit, over 400 toy tractors, miniature farm, popcorn wagon, water wagon and interesting items.
Sod House - Built in 1985, it provides everyone an opportunity to see how the early homesteaders provided shelter for their families.
School House - Highland school house used to be located about nine miles southwest of St. Francis, free activities for kids take place everyday during the show.
Country Church - Neville Methodist Episcopal Church was chartered on March 18, 1910 and remained in operation until 1983, donated to the association on 1984, it provides an excellent example of a rural church.
Cook Shack - Example of how the ladies fed the large groups of men required for threshing.
Railroad Caboose - A great place for kids to have a fun time!

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