54th Annual Franklin Trek 2007

Trek Chairmen: John Strawway and Mark Chaplin



Photos by: Paul Fitzpatrick "Mr. Wrench", Dave Phillips, Frank Hantak,
Chuck Richardson, Brian Coughlins, Mark Chaplin, Mark's niece Melissa




Here is a link to a slide show of pictures from the Trek by Richard Dryman





The next 50 pictures show the Franklins in Sunday mornings parade in a Powerpoint Slide show.

Slide show - Click here to play




The Franklin Spirit
Trek Chairmen John Strawway (standing on the Franklin) and Mark Chaplin





Friday afternoon, the sky looked like rain and it did come down for a short time




1930 Station Wagon, drivers seat




















This was the end of the parade on Sunday with the Franklin Club's Vice President



After the parade there was a book signing in the park by Cazenovia Lake



1930 Station Wagon, a rear view



After the parade there was a book signing, if you have not purchased you copy
of the New Franklin book, you can do so on line here on the Franklin web site



Mr. Jerry Hooks, CEO of Streans Wheeler is purchasing his copy which Mark Chaplin is signing



After the parade the Cazenovia Boy Scouts cooked lunch for the Trekkers



After the parade the Cazenovia Boy Scouts cooked lunch for the Trekkers
the twons people could come and look over all the Franklins in Lakeland Park



After the parade the Cazenovia Boy Scouts cooked lunch for the Trekkers
the twons people could come and look over all the Franklins in Lakeland Park



After the parade the Cazenovia Boy Scouts cooked lunch for the Trekkers
the twons people could come and look over all the Franklins in Lakeland Park



An early Franklin engine



An early Franklin engine S/N on that car



Don Milne, the Midwest Region Club's reporter



The Franklin Club's stoe at the Trek, always busy!



Lee Webb's V12



The Franklin Club's stoe at the Trek, always busy!



The Franklin Club's store at the Trek, always busy! In the center of this picture
is Loretta Fusc, Loretta has taken over the store operation.



On the left is Lloyd Davis who operates the Franklin Club's library, some of the reprints
are on the table in front of him. If you need manauls, reprints of sales information
write to Lloyd with your needs.



Franklin Club's library, some of the reprints are on the table. If you need manauls, reprints of sales information
write to Lloyd with your needs.



Looking out at the campus green from under the "TREE"



Cliff talking about his trip from Oregon to New York



Sinclair Powerll on the right



Look close at the steering wheel on the 1929




Beautiful drive in the courty, if it was and if it was back in the 1930s tag the picture to see how it would look



What driving your Franklin could have looked like in the 1930s



Randy Fusco's 1932 Series 163 (16A) Coupe/WBC



As we toured on Monday we found beauty and a very interesting bird!



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This is "Talons"



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Another of the birds



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Talons is showing off



Talons checking out all the Trekkers



Another of the birds



Another of the birds



The Trtekkers checking out Talons, a very interesting place to visit!



The Trtekkers checking out Talons and Talons is checking out all the Trekkers!



All the Trekkers found the birds to be very fascinating



Gary Edwards 1930 Series 147 Sedan (newly painted and looks wonderful)



Everyone showed great interest



This bird is real!



If you look close, you can see Talons in flight left top



If you look close, you can see Talons in flight center left



Talons in flight



Talons in flight



Talons in flight



Talons in flight



Talons in flight




Talons in flight, want a little closer look at Talons in flight tag Talons



Talons in flight, sure doesn't look happy!




George Staley's 1909 Model G Touring
Check out what this Franklin looked like a year ago, tag the picture



Talons in flight, on the far left



Every year we find someone sleeping, Ed Smith was the last one, now Doug Hull has replaced Ed



Early in the morning, Wes Mattie just removed his cover



Early in the morning, Wes Mattie just removed his cover



Mac's beautiful Series 10 with no paint on the body. You can see the aluminum body



James Roberts wonderful 1929 Series 135 Sedan



Right to left 1931 Series 153 Club Sedan, 1931 Series 151 Sedan and 1928 Series 12 A Sedan



Roy Bernick's 1917 Series 9 Runabout 2 Pass.



Roy Bernick's 1917 Series 9 Runabout 2 Pass.



Charles Drew's 1931 Series 151 Convertible Coupe'



The 1909 Model G owned by George Staley



Charles Drew's 1931 Series 151 Convertible Coupe' dash



Dr. Allan Warren's 1932 Series 163 (16A) Club Sedan



Dennis wanted to show off his Franklin with the cool wheels!



Franklin engine



Franklin engine



This year (2007) there were so many Franklin they were parked every where.



This year (2007) there were so many Franklin they were parked every where.



Other pictures showed Cliff's Franklin very dirty, this is how it really looks!



Other pictures showed Cliff's Franklin very dirty, this is how it really looks!



Of all the Franklins at the Trek, the one that was driven the most was this light yellow one.



The Franklin Club's Vice President Andre Audette's 1926 Series 11A Sport Touring
with an American Body Company body, one of the 13 body companys Franklin used



Wyle and Doake old times have returned to the Franklin Trek!



Checking out a Franklin Olympic



The younger Trekkers always were having a great time



Trekkers ready for lunch



Group of very handsome Franklins



Franklins at the park



Your WebMaster was one of the lucky guys to recieve a ride in this wonderful Franklin



The road next to Cazenovia Lake traveling at 28 MPH



Art Cazeault trying to get Mary Rose Hufnagel to allow him to have lunch at the Skyline Lodge



Lunch at Skyline Lodgewith the crew that helped Cliff drive his
1930 Pursuit from Beaverton, Oregon to Cazenovia, New York



Dan De Rusha's 1928 Series 12B Sedan (James De Rusha standing to the right)



Dot Christiansen the first person you see when you come in to the registration office



Philip Hamilton one of the many Trekkers having lunch



Dinning room at the Skyline Lodge



Skyline Lodge and the Club's President Mark Sullivan aving lunch with his family



This year many old friends came to the Trek



This year many old friends came to the Trek, on the right is
Lee Schopmeier's wonderful daughter Chrisy



The Finger Lakes Railway arrived to pick up the Trekkers



The Finger Lakes Railway arrived to pick up the Trekkers



The Finger Lakes Railway arrived to pick up the Trekkers



The Finger Lakes Railway employee showing Trekkers where to go



Gary Rink's 1924 Series 10C Touring



The Finger Lakes Railway Trekkers find seats for the 2 hour ride



The Finger Lakes Railway looking from one car to the other, we had 4 cars



The Finger Lakes Railway engine



The Finger Lakes Railway with some of the Trekkers ready to start...



Tom and Carl Kidd



Lee and Sara Schopmeier



Front row are John and Mary Rose Hufnagel next are Pierre and Susan Lavendan (ACN Editors)



Many Trekkers ready for the 2 hour ride



Jeff Wyle and David Reddaway



Each car was fully restored



A few of the very first Franklins on Saturday



George Staley's 1931 Series 151 Town Sedan



Each car was fully restored



The Trekkers filled all 4 cars



John Strawway give the Trekkers some history on Seneca Falls



Rand Patterson looks as those he is the engine operator



We hear the train coming down the track



Our return trip home is getting closer



Everyone is in line ready to start the ride back to our Franklins



The engine operator



If you look close at the springs, you will find they are full elliptical



The Trekkers are returning



Don Chapman's 1925 Series 11A Touring



Melissa Moffatt Ferrara waiting for the train to arrive



Train has arrived and Trekkers are about to exit



Train has arrived and Trekkers are about to exit



Train has arrived and Trekkers are about to exit



Trekkers are leaving



Trekkers are leaving



Trekkers are leaving



Trekkers are leaving



Trekkers are leaving



Chiff Stranburg's Pursuit with a friend on the plane



Chiff Stranburg's Pursuit with a friend on the plane



Chiff Stranburg's Pursuit with a friend on the plane




Some of the many cars lined up on the green



Ed Wyle's new toy, a 1931 Series 152 Sport Salon



Franklin engine with the air duck removed



Franklin side window



Franklin's on the green earlly in the morning, yes to the far left you do see a water cooled
car, this was the only 2nd time in the history of the Trek that a winter cooled car
was allowed to park on the green. The other time the car was a Tucker



Talk about a line uo, left to right Lee Schhopmeier,
Past President Chuck Johnson and Wes Mattie from Canada



Talk about a new Franklin, here is one that still has he paper under the front floor matt



V window dash



V window dash



George Staley's 1932 Series 163 (16A) Coupe



V window Sedan body side



1930 Series 145 of Gary Edwards sporting a new paint job



Move Franklins on the green





Lion used on 1925 to 1928



Lion used on 1925 to 1928



A beautiful plane but not the one Franklin used



A beautiful plane but not the one Franklin used



Lion used on Series 10C





There is nothing like a ride out in the country




There is nothing like a ride out in the country, what year do you think this is, tag the 1910 Franklin ahead



There is nothing like a ride out in the country, what year do you think this is, tag the 1910 Franklin ahead



1910 Franklin out on a wonderful Tuesday afternoon



Lunch once again



Lunch once again



Alan Pringle on the left and Richard Harry on the right, must have been funny



After lunch, the lades are making big plans to go shopping!



WoW, looks like Garnet Hantak has a long list



Everyone is enjoying lunch



Everyone is enjoying lunch



1931 Series 152 Sedan



Everyone is enjoying lunch



Everyone is enjoying lunch




It almost looks like it could be in the 1930s- tag the blue Franklin



Yes it is the 1930s!



It almost looks like it could be in the 1930s



Sherwood Inn was our lunch stop in Skaneateles




Sherwood Inn was our lunch stop in Skaneatele, this to could have been back in the 1930, tag the picture



Sherwood Inn maybe it is the 1930s



Sherwood Inn was our lunch stop in Skaneatele



Sherwood Inn was our lunch stop in Skaneatele



Sherwood Inn was our lunch stop in Skaneatele



1911 Model D Torpedo of Mark Chaplin



AlNippert's outstanding 1931 Series 153 Pirate Touring



AlNippert's outstanding 1931 Series 153 Pirate Touring



AlNippert's outstanding 1931 Series 153 Pirate Touring



AlNippert's outstanding 1931 Series 153 Pirate Touring



John Hufnagel's 1928 Series 12B Victoria Brougham



Parking on the campus green



Roy Bernick's series 9 - 2 Pass. Runabout



Bob Cornman's 1908 model G



"Mister Scruffy" Jim Stevenson's 1922 V-windshield



Cross-engine



1911 Model D Torpedo of Mark Chaplin



3 - 1933 Olympics - 1 Series 18As and a 16B



Waiting for the train at Seneca Falls



Franklin Club's President Mark Sullivan's 1929 Series 137 Sport Runabout



Bill Eby's 1928 Series 12B Victoria Brougham



Some of the planes that came in as the Trakkers watched



Bill Fields Franklin with one of Bain's vintage planes



Brian has the attention of the Trekkers



A 1930 Fleet aircraft anf Chiff's 1930 Franklin



A 1930 Fleet aircraft anf Chiff's 1930 Franklin



One of the many planes around Brian Caughlin's "Barns"



1911 Model D Torpedo of Mark Chaplin



"Dash" on one of the planes, looks like a few gauges are missing



6 cylinder Franklin aircraft engine, a very nice display



5 cylinder aircraft engine, a very nice displayas well



Inside one of Brian's barns



Inside one of Brian's barns



Interesting view from the seat of this aircraft



Interesting view from the seat of this aircraft



Trekkers watch as one of the airplanes land on the grass runway



Trekkers watch as one of the airplanes land on the grass runway



Trekkers watch as one of the airplanes land on the grass runway



1911 Model D Torpedo of Mark Chaplin





Trekkers checking out the plane



Inside the plane that just landed



Inside the plane that just landed



Inside one of the other aircraft that landed as the Trekkers watched



Inside one of the other aircraft that landed as the Trekkers watched



John Rendemonti's beautiful 1905 Model A - R. E. Tonneau with one of Brian's aircraft



John Rendemonti's beautiful 1905 Model A - R. E. Tonneau with one of Brian's aircraft



Brian also has other collectable like this Cazenovia bus



Brian also has other collectable like this Cazenovia bus



A few of the very first Franklins on Saturday



1911 Model D Torpedo dash of Mark Chaplin's Franklin



Brian also has other collectable like this Cazenovia bus



Another picture of John's Franklin and Brian's aircraft



A side view of Brian's Franklin aircraft engine display







Another plane landing at Brian's grass airfield



Another plane landing at Brian's grass airfield



Another plane landing at Brian's grass airfield- Hand up to say "Hi to all the Trekkers"



The pilot exits the aircraft



The pilot is the one in the rear seat! (talk about back seat drivers)



Mark Chaplin's 1911 Model D Torpedo



This is a 1930 Fleet manufactured in New York State



1930 Fleet aircraft



1930 Fleet aircraft



Sitting in the pilots seat



The pilot is holding the Trekkers attention!



The pilot is holding the Trekkers attention!



The pilot is holding the Trekkers attention!



The pilot is holding the Trekkers attention!



The pilot did explain almost everything on the aircraft



The pilot did explain almost everything on the aircraft



Mark Chaplin's 1911 Model D Torpedo



James Robert asked many interesting questions



James Robert asked many interesting questions



From the size of the group all the Trekkers must have attended



From the size of the group all the Trekkers must have attended



A few of the Franklins at Brian Caughlin's Vintage Air Cooled Airplane Barns



A few of the Franklins at Brian Caughlin's Vintage Air Cooled Airplane Barns



A sign on one of Brian Caughlin's Vintage Air Cooled Airplane Barns



Tim Miller asking about the aircraft



An early Piper



Tom Kidd, Roy Canfield talking with Brian



Mark Chaplin's 1911 Model D Torpedo



Brian explaining the air cooled aircraft engine



What a wonderful picture



What a wonderful picture




What a wonderful picture, this is one of those pictures that could have been taken in the 1930's
tag the picture to see





Beautiful picture



Beautiful picture



Beautiful picture



Beautiful picture



Beautiful picture



Mark Chaplin's 1911 Model D Torpedo



Beautiful picture



Line of Franklins on the college green



Sinclair and Mark sigining books at the college



Early in the Trek Tim's 1913 Model M Series 3 stands alone in the bright New York sun



Wonderful line up of Franklins



Late in the day, if you can read the clock it is 7:33PM



Late in the day, the Franklin almost jumps out at you



Interesting view of Mark's car



Gary's Franklin standing ready to take it's owner any place he wants to go! (The Franklin is wearing a new tuxedo)



Check the car in the window



Cliff Stranburg's 1930 Series 145 Pursuit which was
driven from Beaverton, Oregon to Caazenovia, New York.



Back window in one of the early Franklins



One half of the Trek management, outstanding!!!!



Bouvard (far right) explaining he read every word of all the books Lloyd supplied to him
(Bouvard read everything he could find about his early Franklin, than rebuilt it)



Not much to say, just look!



Not much to say, just look!



Nice group of Horse-collar, Slope nose, soft nose and Renault hood Franklins



Hank Manwell's Station Wagon




Hank Manwell's Station Wagon (one of two Station Wagons at this years Trek)
To see the other Station Wagon tag a head light



What a great picture...............






In flight without a sound!



Cliff Stranburg's 1930 Series 145 Pursuit which was
driven from Beaverton, Oregon to Caazenovia, New York.



In fight without a sound!



Father and son



Who is in charger?



Two leaders!



Waiting to take flight



Stately car waiting



1905 engine



Stripping of the axle housing was done on early cars



1909 engine



Son at the wheel, Dad hoping it goes as planed and mom in the back seat watching



Cliff Stranburg's 1930 Series 145 Pursuit which was
driven from Beaverton, Oregon to Caazenovia, New York.



Nice line up of very realy Franklins



4Cross engine



Horn, to the left swith and guage for cylimder head temp



Horn, to the left a swith and guage for cylimder head temp



Trekkers and early Franklins



Bouvard Hosticka who put more miles on his 1910 than did anyone else!



That Mark loves to do, drive his Franklin



Engine compartment of Bill Fields 1921 Series 9B Touring



The engine of Bill Fields 1921 Series 9B Touring





Caazenovia College on Friday afternoon



Handsome Speedster



Chet remembering what it was like



The Trekkers were very interested in Brian's aircraft





Interesting view



1930 Fleet aircraft manufactured in Buffalo, New York



Outstanding grouping




Awesome picture
Tag the picture to see what it was in 1930






View looking to the right of the Franklin





Neal Kissel doing what he does best



Caazenovia College on Friday afternoon



Hubbard Hall before the Trekkers arrive



Mark getting ready for all the Trekkers



Mark on a little tour before the start of the Trek



Mark on a little tour before the start of the Trek - Check the right mirror



Look close, to the right is what loks like a fish, to the left looking back is M



Look close, to the right is what loks like a fish, to the left looking back is Melissa



Coming up to the big hill on the tour, John was at the bottom stopping on coming cars!



Mail box of the "Birds of Prey Experience"



To enter the "Birds of Prey Experience"you had to walk deep in the woods



A young Trekker looking for other birds, he'll never get lost with that RED hair!



This picture tells the complete story.



Bill Joline unloading his new Franklin on Saturday



Bill Field found room to bring his air cooled 1941 BMW



It this a painting, a work of art, or real - it is real and so very handsome!



The Hagbergs watching the birds!



Another picture that could have been taken years ago, but it is the Trekkers leaving all the birds



Digital photo restoration clinic - here Sarah Hood and Andy Wittenbron work together



Bob and his supervisor take care of the meal tickets



Lighting the head lights for a night run



Corrections to the tour are made here



Water is given to each Trekker every day



Tommy Annas checks out his Franklin



The start of another tour



What Trekkers do if they are not eating or touring




Beautiful country roads always made for a wonderful tour (Tag the picture)



What year?



Some of the early cars lined up, the first is a 1910 Sears Business Runabout





Trek Co-Chair passing out a gift to a Trekker from John Rendemonti's 1905 Model A - R. E. Tonneau



Trek Co-Chair John Strawway advising Trekkers what is next!



Let the Franklin Olympics begin!



Checking out Roy's engine!



"V" window



Waiting for the train, someone put a penny on the track!



Do we need to say anything?



What Trekkers do if they are not eating or touring



Do we need to say anything?



Do we need to say anything?



Olympic



John and Sinclair



Andy and his camera







Welcome reception on Saturday afternoon hosted by Cazenovia College President
Mark Tierno and the Franklin Club Past Presidents





Brian to the left, Mark in the center and Andy in the yellow shirt....






Great picture

Inside one of Brian's barns

Welcome reception on Saturday afternoon hosted by Cazenovia College President
Mark Tierno and the Franklin Club Past Presidents



How do we get there?

Every year there is an aution

The Trek is almost over time to load your cars

The Trek is almost over time to load your cars

Ready for the last meal, the banquet

Ready for the last meal, the banquet

On the left is Brain dressed as a pilot would have back in the 1930s

Checking last minutes notes

John on the left and Mark on the right our Trek Co-Chairmen (Great job by both, thank you again guys!)

The smiles tell the whole story - ready foe 2008

Welcome reception on Saturday afternoon hosted by Cazenovia College President
Mark Tierno and the Franklin Club Past Presidents



Franklin Trek 2007 Friday banquet Dick Moffatt

Jon and Bill, lookin good!

Friday banquet - Melissa Ferrara, and Paul Fitz without all the grease

Friday trip to Crosswind Farm - 1928 Series 12B Boattail, 1930 Series 147Roadster Bill & Jonin the background

left to right

Friday trip to Crosswind Farm - Another way to go up in the air.



Bovard Hosticka and Bill Joline



Could this be dinner?



Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, EdDaly talking with MarkSullivan, with AndreAudett to the right



Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, Emmett Hood, Tony Adams, Paul Fitz


Keith Kilmer, its air cooled but will it fit a 28


Sunday morning



We had dinner so this must be lunch!


Made it, he just landed


Mark Laurin landing his 1930 Fleet


Crosswind Farm, Mark taxiing in.


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, Nancy Nelson, Joan Hasslen, Marti Sugermeyer


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, Our Webmaster going out for a spin


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, checking out the Vet!


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, with Franklins all over the place


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, restoring an aircraft is like restoring a Franklin


Sunday morning



Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, Jim Wade cheching out all the craft


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm


The aircraft is wonderful, the Franklins are handsome but the earth around Caz is beautiful!


1930 Series 145 Town Sedan



The aircraft is wonderful, the Franklins are handsome but the earth around Caz is beautiful!


The aircraft is wonderful, the Franklins are handsome but the earth around Caz is beautiful!


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, some of the area aound the farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, some of the area around the farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, some of the area around the farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, some of the area around the farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, some of the area around the farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, some of the area around the farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, you could even find the younger ones playing


Tom Kidd's beautiful 1930 Series 147 Roadster



Friday trip to Crosswind Farm,


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm,


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm,


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, with Franklins parked all over


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, one of the very few times Bouvard's Franklin is parked!


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, the kids are all having a great time.


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, what a beautiful picture


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, School bus from Caz, N.Y.


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, School bus from Caz, N.Y.


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, John Rendemonti's handsome Franklin


Bill Joline's new Franklin on Saturday



Tom Kidd's beautiful 1930 Series 147 Roadster with the optional plane



Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, inside the Caz school bus


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, looks like the Radio Flye needs a little repair


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm, more of the inside of the bus


Friday trip to Crosswind Farm


Friday trip to Crosswind Far


Friday trip to Crosswind Far


Gary Edwardss 1930 Series 145 Sedan



Pilot Mark Laurin, that daring young man



Sandy Bennett's wonderful 1920 Series 9B 2 door sedan



Allan Franklin "Trying" to start the craft (I think he could have done it)


Monday falconry


Monday falconry


On the Green Sunday, Balderson's 1930 145 Pursuit


Bob Barrett's 1910 Model H


Dale Balderson testing rebuilt starter motor


Dick Moffatt's 11A Touring.


Jeff Hasslen and Richie Moffatt


On the Green Sunday, John Rendemonti


Mark Chaplin's


Sandy Bennett's wonderful 1920 Series 9B 2 door sedan



Mary and Dale Balderson


On the Green Sunday, Mary Balderson and Mac Dufton with his pipes


On the Green Sunday


On the Green Sunday


Randy Fusco's 1932 Series 16A (163) Coupe


Coupe Corner at the Sherwood Inn


Dave Phillip's 1933 Olympic Sedan


Dick and Richie Moffatt


Dick Moffatt


Thursday Skaneateles, Ed Daly's 1929 dual cowl getting a new starting switch
(WebMaster: Paul had his work cut out for himself)


Campus greenwith some of the Franklins



Gary Edward's 1930 Sedan


Hufnagle's 1928 Victoria


Thursday Skaneateles, Local Bake Shop


Thursday Skaneateles, Lunch at the Sherwood Inn


Thursday Skaneateles, Melissa and Dick Moffatt blueberry picking on the way back to Caz.


Thursday Skaneateles on the street in front of the Inn




Thursday Skaneateles


Thursday Skaneateles


On the right is Andy Wittenborn, who is the one that takens all the club pictures



Thursday Skaneateles


Thursday Skaneateles


Can't see hin but to the right is Paul making repairs to a Franklin



The lake today or when the Trekkers showed up - Tag the picture to see the past!



Just down the street from the Inn.


Thursday Skaneateles, Richie Moffatt


Thursday Skaneateles, The Sorrells


Thursday Skaneateles, Veiws from a Touring car


Tuesday Chittenango Falls, Armand Aquilino and Emmett Hood


Reviewing stand with the Cazenovia Village Officials



Tuesday Chittenango Falls, Dan Ferrara, Fred Atunes, Rebecca Sullivn head for Fred's 1929 Series 130 Coupe


Tuesday Chittenango Falls, Dick and Sue McKnight's 1932 Coupe


Tuesday Chittenango Falls, George Staley's 1932 Coupe


Tuesday Chittenango Falls, Lloyd Davis and Roy Powers


Tuesday Chittenango Falls


Tuesday Chittenango Falls


Tuesday Chittenango Falls


Tuesday Chittenango Falls


Tuesday Chittenango Falls


Tuesday Chittenango Falls


The Franklins are starting to arrive



Tuesday Chittenango Falls


Tuesday Chittenango Falls- who is looking at you?


Tuesday Chittenango Falls Classy looking Franklin


Tuesday Chittenango Falls


Tuesday Chittenango Falls


Sam Gorovitz's 1927 11B Touring


Seneca Falls, train's back, Franklin rush-hour


Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back




Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back- looking for money he left on the track!


Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back




Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back


Seneca Falls, train's back


The kids playing games on Sunday at the park.


What a super picture


Three of the fine club members, the guy on the left looks like he is trying to start something
Left to right, Tim Coyle, Lee Webb and Al Pringle


Bruce Lehron the train


Marlene Zimmerman, you never see her napping! But, it was a long train ride...


A guy the smiles most of the time, Philip Hamilton on the train


On the train Loe Aquilinoalso sleeping!




On the train Lee Schopmeier also sleeping!


On the train Lee Webb also sleeping!


On the train Gary Rink also sleeping!


On the train Joseph Rendemonti also sleeping!


On the train John Rendemonti also sleeping!


On the train Joyce Rendemonti also sleeping!


Left is a 1931 Series 153 Club Sedan, right 1913 Series 3 Model M Touring



Cazenovia's Mayor giving a great talk about Franklins





















Tim Coyle's 1913 Series 3 Model M Touring























One, two and now three 1930 Station Wagons
























George Staley's 1930 Station Wagon and it too is beautiful
What was it like last year? Tag the picture to see























Mr. Staley's storage and restoration buildings



Mr. Staley's 1909 Touring