WMSTR – The Steam Thresher’s Reunion

A team of people working in harmony to thresh wheat.

A team of people working in harmony to thresh wheat.

Rollag, Minnesota.

The end of summer is traditionally marked by Labor Day weekend in the United States. Last year, for the first time, I attended WMSTR (The Western Minnesota Steam Thresher’s Reunion). As a reminder to people in our area looking for something to do this weekend for the holiday, I thought I would re-share some of the photos from last year’s reunion. It’s grown from a couple of families honoring the ways of their ancestors to a much larger event featuring steam engines (and engines of all types). The small gallery of images below are a few of my favorite pics. Click here to revisit my post about WMSTR from last year and to view the complete gallery of images I posted then. Click on an image below to enlarge it and to scroll through the gallery. Consider this my “Throwback Thursday” entry for the week.

John Steiner

 

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