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Does anyone have a street address for the Frank Bartlow Prototype Building in Millville, PA? I have started a Google map to document existing prototype buildings (see link below) and would like to add it.
I don't know the exact address, but it is on South Chestnut Street. It has to be some small number as it is in the second block off Main street (splits north and south).
Thanks Jim! Found the building. It's located on South Chestnut between Post Office Avenue and Walnut Street.
Punch this into Google Maps:
and it takes you right there.
I show that the Coleman Brothers had a dealership in that building in 1948. Do you know anything more about who came after that?
Here is a former dealership building at 20 Tolland Turnpike, Manchester, CT 06042;
Now Shawmut Equipment Company, Inc.
Last edited by Peter Person on Mon Jul 11, 2011 9:26 pm, edited 2 times in total.
I didn't know Shawmut owned an IH Prototype building Ray deals with Shawmut for his cranes. Actually met one of the boys last spring when we went to St John to see the new RT Cranes. Shawmut now has a tech service outlet here. If you are ever by the shop, pics a possibility? Ray would love it and I would appreciate it for the Prototype design.
Some may be hard to believe from their current appearance.
Former Fredonia Truck and Farm Equipment 42.450659,-79.306397
Former Harvey Pfennig 43.085455,-78.696399
Not sure, but believe the center section of this was the shop section of Chiavetta's 42.587249,-79.017245
What did the prototype buildings look like?
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Bartlow Prototype International Harvester Building & Museum
Courtesy: IH Collectors - Chapter 17 - Central Pennsylvania
IH Prototype Dealership Building
Courtesy: Wisconsin Historical Archives
There is one west of Fremont, OH on US 20. Was a working dealership until I left the area in 1999. Maybe Bill Darr can shed some light on that one.
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Any idea regarding the original dealer's name?
Keep 'em coming Jim!
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