The 36th annual Steam Threshing Festival was held at Heritage Park of North Iowa the weekend of June 7-9.

The event featured steam engines, flywheel engines and many wheel tractors on display and in action.

Visitors had the opportunity to watch the saw mill cut, corn shelling and threshing or see a real blacksmith in action.

In addition, visitors had the chance to take a stroll through the 41 museum buildings including a jail, fire station and church.

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Museum displays included arrow heads, rocks, antique vehicles of all kinds, sewing machines and more.

This year's festival featured the Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co. and Sheppard Diesels.

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