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30-60 Hart Parr's


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Old 06-03-2011, 01:40:17 PM
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Here's some pictures our neighbor gave me of some tractors that used to work the farm next to ours. It's kind of amazing to be out working in our fields and look over next door and see where these things used to sit. Really neat old pictures. Notice the IHC Famous engine in the background of the picture with the two tractors.

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A couple more pictures. The last one is quite disturbing.

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Thanks for the pics Chris. You are right, it is really neat to think about these tractors farming the very ground that we are working now.

How much of a load was pulling a building, like in the second pic?

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Chris,

The pictures of you are realy beautiful, stunning, fantastic etc etc.

Thank you so much for show them to us.

Like the old black and white ones.
It show’s very good how the old pioneers have worked with them.

Keep posting and greatings.

Chris from Holland
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Did I see an Eagle plowing in that second set of pics? I agree with you though, the one of the HP all in pieces is a little disturbing to think it might have been going to scrap.....
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Did I see an Eagle plowing in that second set of pics? I agree with you though, the one of the HP all in pieces is a little disturbing to think it might have been going to scrap.....
Yes, I think that is an Eagle that they also had on the farm. And sadly yes, the last picture is of one of the tractor's being scrapped in the late 40's.

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