We are grateful for the many exhibitors
that come to our show each year.
Gas and steam engine enthusiasts travel many miles to come to our show. Their working exhibits pique the interest of kids of all ages who love history and how things were made, how things worked and the tools that made life a little easier for those whose job required physical labor.
Working Exhibits From The 2022 Event
Exhibitors are on hand to demonstrate and answer questions about their engines, antique vehicles and antique machines.
Each year the Dublin Gas Engine Meet Association works on the grounds of Cricket Hill Farm to make permanent homes for some of the larger gas engines that are not as mobile.
We have a pavillion built over our shingle mill and are building a permanent home for a sawmill that was donated in memory of the late Paul Burnham in 2017.
A new addition this year is a gift of an old ice house that was moved east on Route 101 on an early spring morning. It will house antique engines and a working lathe. Caleb Niemela, Vice President of the organization, turns the lathe to make miniature wooden baseball bats while you watch.
The association hopes to one day have a real narrow-gauge railroad on site. You can see the beginnings of the tracks that are presently being built.
Set up for the Dublin Gas Engine Meet exhibits begin on Thursday.
- Flea Market spaces are available [New Sizes & Price]: 20′ x 20′ space for $2.00 per foot.
- No reservations.
- No Political signs allowed.
Exhibitors and vendors, please check in at the ticket booth after you have set up.
Flea market items need to be Gas Engine related, otherwise they will be turned away.
On-site camping is for exhibitors only. See our listing of campgrounds or hotel accommodations here.
“Thank you” to all the exhibitors and spectators who made the 2022 show a memorable 50th Anniversary event! We hope to see you all at our September 2023 show!
September 6th, 7th and 8th, 2024
SAT Parade at 1PM
SUN Parade at 1PM
Event is held Rain or Shine
Free Parking on site.
Question about becoming a Food Vendor or Exhibitor? Click here to ask your question> Ask DGEM
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.