65th Anniversary Show September 17th – 20th, 2020 *CANCELED*

Free Admission and Parking

Show Highlights: Exhibits including, Steam Engines (Traction, Portable and Stationary) Gas Engines, Tractors, Saw Mill, Threshing, Shingle Mill & Rock Crusher Demonstrations Daily. Huge Flea Market/Crafts area 200+ Vendors, All exhibits are open from 9 a.m. each day – Show closes on Sunday – 4:00 P.M. Food served daily from breakfast until dusk at the Main Kitchen and the Pit Beef/Ham Kitchen

Our 2020 annual fall show has been canceled


Poster Letter

Please click on the letter above for details about the cancellation. Letters will be mailed and emailed to all membership on file. Please share with anyone who may not be aware. We are planning a 2 day spring crank-up event for 2021 and our spring show will now feature the Minneapolis Moline equipment and Marine engines due to the fall show cancellation.



Click Here for our COVID 19 show information page



The 2021 Spring Crank-up feature will be: Minneapolis Moline equipment and Marine Engines

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Volunteers, Steam Schools, Donations and Fundraisers!

Volunteers
ATTENTION Teens and High school Students. We are always looking for good help. Helping at our show qualifies for Service Hours for Graduation and other programs (IE. 4-H, etc.) Please Contact Jan Graf at 443-677-3761 if your interested in volunteering.
Steam School
We offer a Steam School Bi-Annually as time and interest permits. This is your chance to learn all about and operate these machines of yesteryear. Contact Jerry Lucabaugh for details. (Click the link below for Contact info)Contacts Page
Donate
Help us fund our steam engine repairs as well as other projects for the show. If you'd like to donate money or time, see any of our Board Members/Directors for more info on donations or how you can help.
Fundraisers
Check out our Fundraising page for our current fundraiser we are running. From Cash Raffles to Gun Raffle Dinners. READ MORE



Vintage Video Highlights from sometime in the 1970s

Our Mission

The objective of the Maryland Steam Historical Society, Inc. shall be to bring together persons interested in steam traction engines, other steam-operated equipment, gas and diesel tractors and engines, antique farm equipment of all kinds, horse operated equipment, and models of all the above, for displaying, education, and demonstrating for the public at a show, for the exchange of information, and for mutual assistance regarding the preservation and operation of this historically valuable machinery.

Check out our Steam Building

Stop by our Steam building for a unique display of stationary engines in operation.

  • Our Lattner steam boiler provides steam for our soup kitchen as well as steam for all the stationary engines and models in our steam building.

  • We have a dedicated steam model table where students and hobbyists can display and run their models off of steam.

  • Stationary Steam engine

  • Steam Models of all types

  • Stationary Steam Engine

  • Hit and Miss engine that has been converted to run on steam

  • A Scale model of a traction engine

  • Hercules Hit and Miss Engine

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