Steam & Gas Engine
Berryville, VA USA
Our "Other Shows" page has now been updated featuring the listings from the annual Farm Collector Steam Show Directory
Our 2019 "Pageant of Steam" Show is just around the corner! Time to start making plans to come out and enjoy a weekend of fun and fellowship while going back in time watching demonstrations of antique and vintage farm and agriculture equipment.
Steam Show dates are July 26th, 27th, and 28th!
More info will be posted later.
Long time SVSGEA Member Alice Godlove is recovering in Evergreen Rehab Center in Winchester, Va after suffering a bad fall. Alice and husband Wayne Godlove are the last two original founding members of the Shenandoah Valley Steam and Gas Engine Association. We wish Alice a speedy recovery.
The Officers and Members of the Shenandoah Valley Steam and Gas Engine Association want to extend congratulations to Dylan Dieterich on attaining the rank of Eagle Scout on April 6th. Dylan, along with friend Hunter Weaverling are two of our newest youngest members. Both attend Musselman High School in Inwood, WV.
The SVSGEA are always looking for new members to join our Club!
Member John Heath is reportedly healing up well from his recent welding accident. He was seen at the April Club Meeting and appears to be doing ok.
Andy Sine, brother of SVSGEA Member Mac Sine has undergone Quadrupal By-Pass Heart Surgery. The latest update is his Doctor has given him permission to drive his car.
Check out our new Face Book Page!
For information regarding Flea Market/Vendor space and fees, as well information on tractor, gas engine, and equipment displays,
please check the "OFFICER'S" page of this website.
Phone numbers are listed with the appropriate Directors of the Steam Show and the areas of the Show they are responsible for.
The Shenandoah Valley Steam & Gas Engine Association now has a
YouTube Channel! Visit www.youtube.com and insert SVSGEA in the search box to view some of our Antique and Vintage Equipment Videos!
For GPS Users: The Show grounds are located at
890 West Main Street, Berryville, VA 22611
We would like to thank our Local Community as well as all of the Exhibitors, Vendors, and the many Volunteers who help make the Shenandoah Valley Steam & Gas Engine Association's yearly projects the success that they are.
Help Keep Our Heritage and History Alive!
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Thanks for stopping by!
Shenandoah Valley Steam & Gas Engine Association
Berryville, VA USA
Bill Witt, Webmaster