Join Us For Our 52nd Year!

September 6th, 7th & 8th, 2024

Our Gas Engine show will open at 7am and run till dark on Friday and Saturday.
Sunday the show opens at 7am and runs until 3pm.

Don’t miss our Tractor  and Vintage Car Parade on Saturday and Sunday at 1PM!

Bring your antique engines, vehicles and prepare yourself for a great show!

View our 50th year show and videos Here

This Year’s Featured Engine

Names of engines manufactured by Hercules: Hercules, Jaeger, Arco, Economy,
Saxon, Thermoil, and perhaps others.  They were manufactured from 1913-1934.

Delve into the fascinating history of

The Hercules Family of Engines

Come to our 2024 show and discover the rich heritage of the Hercules family of engines. After the purchase of Sparta Works in 1913, they built a factory in Evansville, Indiana and became a company that has been at the forefront of industrial engine manufacturing since 1915. Changing the name to  Hercules Motor Manufacturing Company, they quickly gained recognition for their exceptional engines designed specifically for trucks.

In 1923, the company underwent a reorganization and emerged as Hercules Motors Corporation, expanding their expertise in gas and diesel engines. The large catalog company Sears Roebuck was their largest customer, selling their private label Economy engines, often with the associated equipment the engine drove. 

Throughout the interwar period, they successfully catered to the needs of truck, tractor, and various equipment operators. Additionally, the company played a crucial role during World War II, producing an impressive 750,000 gasoline and diesel engines for Allied military vehicles, ships, and equipment.

Antique Vehicles

Antique and vintage cars, trucks and heavy equipment! View some of the most magnificent restorations of these vehicles.

Gas & Steam Engines

Restored gas and steam engines that once powered everyday appliances and tools. Listen to the chug of the engines and look for our Featured engine this year: Iowa Built Gas Engines.

Antique Tractors

A vast display of antique tractors, well oiled and running smoothly! Join us on Saturday and Sunday for the Antique Tractor parade for children of all ages.

General Information For Exhibitors

  • Flea Market spaces are available: 20′ x 20′ space for $2.00 per foot.
  • No reservations.
  • No Political signs allowed.

Rain or shine we hold our Gas and Steam Engine Show – exhibiting Antique Tractors, Antique Vehicles and Antique working engines that were once tools of the trade from years gone by.

We have primitive camping for exhibitors and a giant flea market [for hobby related items only]. This is New England’s largest show.

Refreshments will be available on the grounds. 

 

Click here for more Exhibitor information. 

Event Schedule

September 6th, 7th and 8th, 2024

SAT Parade at 1PM
SUN Parade at 1PM

Event is held Rain or Shine
Free Parking on site.

Location

Cricket Hill Farm 

1716 Main St. (Rt. 101)
Dublin, NH  03444

Exhibitor/Food Vendors

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Hours

Friday: 7am until Dark
Saturday: 7am until Dark
Sunday: 7am until 3pm

Admission: $10 (12yrs. and under FREE!)

Gas and Steam Engine Show – Antique Tractors – Antique Vehicles – New Hampshire – Vermont – Massachusetts – New England

This event is not for profit.