The Granite State Gas and Steam Engine Association 

We’re an eclectic mix of people who all enjoy vintage gas and steam engines, tractors, farm and industrial equipment and antique vehicles. If you have any of these, bring them to a show so we can see them!

Annual Membership

Annual membership dues are $12 for renewals and $15 for new members.  Dues are due (no pun intended) on January 1st. Checks may be made payable to GSG&SEA and sent to:

Send to: Andy Mackey    39 Rousseau Hts,  Greenville NH  03048

Annual Meeting

First weekend in April     Saturday  April 1, 2017     10:30 am   followed by Buffet

Alan’s Restaurant
133 N. Main Street, Rte 3, Boscawen NH  From I-93 take exit 17 onto Route 4 West to Route 3 South, 1 mile to Alan’s on the right

The meeting will start at 10:30 followed by an excellent lunch buffet.  At the meeting we will confirm The Granite Sate Gas and Steam Engine Association directors.  Nominations will also be taken from the floor.  We will also review our finances and commitments.  We will then continue with our plans for a great spring show.  Buttons, Plaques need to be ordered.  Flyers will be available to share with friends and business boards.  If you have any interest in the club, board of directors, or the show, please attend the annual meeting.  We are certainly open to all help and guidance for the spring show.

The buffet will include cheese & crackers, Boneless breast of chicken. Baked stuffed haddock, and Roast pork loin with herb stuffing and gravy, vegetable, salad, fruit, and apple crisp for dessert.  There is something for everyone.

RSVP by March 24 with a Payment of $25 per person which includes buffet, tax, tip, and meeting room.

If attending the meeting only there is no fee.

Checks may be made payable to GSG&SEA and sent to:

Send to: Andy Mackey
39 Rousseau Hts,  Greenville NH  03048


Name(s) ____________________

Telephone (in case of weather)    _____________

Number attending ___________   X $25     = total       ____________


The Granite State Exhaust Newsletter

The Exhaust is published 4 times a year. Submissions of stories and photographs of antique gas and steam engines and engine meets are welcomed.

Send to: Maura Keegan, Editor    61 Conifer Road  Rindge NH   03461

email: gsgassteamenginea@gmail.com

You are encouraged to leave comments on the postings.

Current Directors

  • Brian Barden – Chairman
  • Bill Gillman, Co-Chairman
  • Charlotte Johnson  – Treasurer
  • Andy Mackey – Secretary
  • Maura Keegan  – Editor
  • Jordan DeGrandpre – Membership
  • Dan Barker
  • Phil Barker
  • Mike Fleming
  • Russ Hobby
  • Mike Johnson
  • Richard Keegan
  • John Lightbody
  • Bob Wallace

9 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello –
    Your Dublin show is the last and my most favorite show of the summer season. What are the dates for the 2014 meet? I am seeing and hearing conflicts all over. I Know it is normally the second weekend of September but I have seen a preparation date of “Sunday September 1st” which doesn’t exist and show dates of “September 6, 7 and 8” which is Saturday through Monday in 2014. I also talked with one of your tool vendors today and they said your meet is September 6th and 7th, the first weekend of the month, a week before the Bennington Vermont car show.


  2. Hello,

    I am looking for someone who is able to help me with information on Hit and Miss Engines. My Father needs to sell his collection and I am trying to help him but have really no idea where to begin. He has Fairbanks Morse engines, Alpha as well as Canadian engines. If someone could point me in the right direction as to how to go about getting more information/selling these, I would greatly appreciate it. I am unable to transport these to this show which is too bad because this would’ve been perfect.

    I can be reached by e-mail at kerryk29@comcast.net.

    Thank you!


  3. Hi Maura, I left a message on your phone number, I wish to get the date of the Belknap county 4h fair on the website and in the news letter, I also have some pictures I can add, the dates are August 13-14 if members wish to show their engines we would welcome them preferably farm implement oriented . Thanks, Earl Leighton

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