Burnside 1A pot belly stove This rare Burnside 1A pot belly stove came from a Nickle Plate railroad cross watchman shanty. This stove came from the Kempton/Goldsmith/Tipton/Frankfort area.

The Nickel Plate paralleled INDIANA State Route 28 and it ran through many surrounding small towns that had freight houses and cross watchman shantys.

The Burnside 1A model was cast by the Bellaire Stove Company in Bellaire Ohio. It burns wood or coal.
The Bellaire Stove Company is listed in the McKelvey's Centennial (1801 from 1901) as among the important manufacturing concerns of Bellaire, Ohio.

It has a few repairable cracks in the fire bowl. It works great and gives off good old-time heat. Perfect for hunting cabins, cottages, small shops, etc.
On front of base plate are the embossed words: The Bellaire Stove Co. Bellaire Ohio.
On back of base plate it reads: J. Rider's Pattern. This stove is missing the replaceable lower door but includes the shaker grate.

fire bowl=19" at largest diameter
ash box = 17"x17"x7" tall
baseplate=26" wide x 29"
height=48" total, overall
The stove is cast in several pieces, easy for one individual to handle, move and load.

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Great Reading for your Grandkids: Tales Around the Pot Belly Stove

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