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104-year-old engine links past with present

9:46 PM, Apr. 17, 2013
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For more than 100 years, a central Wisconsin machine shop has been the site of manufacturing and repair work.

This week, history came full circle at Koh's Machine Shop in Marshfield.

A small group of local history and machine buffs gathered Tuesday around an engine made in 1909 to fire it up with the help of the direct descendents of its designer, Peter Paulson. Also in attendance was the engine's owner, Barney Kedrowski of Wisconsin Rapids. ...

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