All about the BASH

The BASH is an event held in the Pennsylvania region annually. The meaning of the name BASH is fading into history and has been variously cited as “Bring All Sunbeams Here”, “Bring All Sunbeams to the Hill”, “Bring All Sunbeams to the Hillclimb”, and others. A popular feature of the BASH is the valve cover races.

B.A.S.H. 2010

Bring A Sunbeam Here Saturday May 8th is Steam Up day at Rough & Tumble: a living experience where equipment in use when America was a burgeoning industrial and agricultural empire is fired up and running again for a large public following. Everything from tiny to HUGE stationary engines, traction engines, Ag and earth moving […]

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B.A.S.H. 2009 Photos

More 2009 BASH Photos [1] | [2] | [3] Got comments or captions for the photos? Use the comment box at the bottom of the page.

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B.A.S.H. 2009 Photos

More 2009 BASH Photos [1] | [thispage] | [3] Got comments or captions for the photos? Use the comment box at the bottom of the page.

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B.A.S.H. 2009 Photos

More 2009 BASH Photos [this page] | [2] | [3] Got comments or captions for the photos? Use the comment box at the bottom of the page. More 2009 BASH Photos [this page] | [2] | [3]

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BASH 2010

May 8, 2010
35th Annual BASH — Bring A Sunbeam Here
at the Rough-N-Tumble Engineers Historical Association event in Kinzer, PA near Lancaster

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B.A.S.H. 2009

May 15-16
The Carlisle Import Kit/Replicar Nationals 2009 is our destination but it’s the camaraderie of the club that is remembered throughout the year!

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BASH 2007

All we seem to have is a PDF of the info.

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BASH 2006 Photos

(That’s  Bring A Sunbeam Here) Click on a picture to advance to the next one. Return to thumbnails

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BASH: 2006 Jim Thorpe, PA

31st Annual PA BASH Jim Thorpe, PA 20 May, 2006 Plan to spend a day in the hamlet of Jim Thorpe, previously Mauch Chunk, at the gateway to the Pocono Mountains. Jim Thorpe is an interesting, educational and fun place for us to visit. It’s contribution to American history is legendary. The end (hanging) of […]

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BASH in Scranton 2005

30th Annual BASH (Bring A Sunbeam Here) Scranton, PA Sunday, May 29 2005 Enjoy a trip back in time. The 2005 BASH is hosted by TE/AE’s first elected UNITED president Ron Rogers and catered by first lady Maxine at their mountain top home, near the Steamtown National Historic Site, Scranton, PA. Enjoy a day of […]

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