Antique Shingle Mill

Cricket Hill Shingle Mill – A Working Exhibit

The Cricket Hill Shingle Mill has been a fixture at the Dublin Gas Engine Meet for many years. The mill is powered by either a flat-belt antique tractor or flat-belt antique gas engine. Dave Whitney is the owner of the Lane shingle mill (rust colored) made in Montpelier Vermont around the 1900s. Dave, along with the help of Pete Thomas, runs the shingle mill each year.

The green and red saw (in the slide show) is a 1910-1920 Chase shingle mill, made in Orange, Massachusetts and belongs to Bart Cushing.

Souvenir shingles are available at the booth. Each shingle has the year of the event woodburned into them.

Anyone who is interested in purchasing shingles for the exterior of their home, please contact David Whitney at 603-563-8067.

Pete at the saw

Slides of the Cricket Hill Shingle Mill

Photos courtesy BLM Photography and Kiki Sangermano

Please click on the first image to view larger images.

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.


Cricket Hill Farm 

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

Exhibitor/Food Vendors

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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.