Warm Morning Stoves

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   "Warm Morning wood stoves are pretty large heaters that were popular    from the 1940s through the end of the century.

   The Locke Stove Company was the originally the manufacturer for these heaters. In the late 1970s and 1980s Locke went out of business. Martin Industries then picked up the model line and made some units and parts but they to went bankrupt around 2000.

   They often had a distinctive barrel shape. They had models for oil, wood, and gas as well as coal. Some were a coal/wood dual heat solution. A common problem is with overfiring but if you can control it these seem to be solid heaters."

Warm Morning was a brand of gas and wood-burning stoves and heaters manufactured by Locke Stove Company, which was located in Kansas City, Missouri. The company was founded in 1834 and produced a variety of stoves and heaters over the years, including the Warm Morning line.

Warm Morning stoves were known for their durability and efficiency, and they were popular in homes throughout the United States from the 1940s through the 1980s. They were available in a range of styles and sizes, from small portable heaters to large, freestanding stoves.

Locke Stove Company ceased production of Warm Morning stoves in the 1990s, but many of these stoves are still in use today. Parts and accessories for Warm Morning stoves can often be found online or through specialty stove dealers.