Antique tractors, steam traction and portable engines will be featured at the show.
The National Pike Steam, Gas & Horse Association will hold its 30th annual show Aug. 13 to 15 at the fairgrounds located just off U.S. Route 40, 4 mi. west of Brownsville, Pa.
From just 5 acres and 20 members, the show has grown over the years to 100 plus acres and more than 600 members.
Widely known as the “Largest Digging Show in the USA,” the show features two operating steam shovels, operating track type tractors, graders, scrapers, bulldozers and other vintage machines.
The show also features antique tractors, steam traction and portable engines, shingle mill, threshing and baling, rope making, rock crusher, antique gas engines, flour and corn mill, sawmill, and hay rides, crafts and flea market. Also featured are antique cars and trucks, a working blacksmith shop, 180 hp generator, oil well derrick and engines.
For the kids, there is a large sand pile with toys and a pedal power tractor pull.
For more information, visit www.nationalpike.com.