A rare Lane #1 saw, identical to the one at Chamberlin Mill, came onto the market in Vermont In early winter. After several years of searching, Andy Quigley immediately took action. Thanks to funds donated by Friends of Chamberlin Mill, Andy was able to purchase the saw to provide the last parts needed to begin rebuilding the 1873 saw at the Mill, with many parts to spare for future repairs. This was an exciting and critical find! Thanks, Andy, for your determined and inventive searching.
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Lane #1 Saw purchased for replacement parts
Fall events included Celebrating Agriculture 18' at the Woodstock Fairgrounds and the Mystic Seaport Antique Vehicle Show in September and Walktober at the Mill in October. This year’s Walktober participants got to see the completed new roof, and the Studebaker engine in action as well.
Nate Rosebrooks and Andy Quigley discuss Chamberlin's Studebaker Engine at Celebrating Agriculture 18'