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What the proper name for these? Horsedrawn Bobsled Stuff


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Old 08-19-2009, 02:45:20 PM
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Default What the proper name for these? Horsedrawn Bobsled Stuff

These are bolt on stanchions (right?) for grain box, also cast to receive pole i guess for lumber. i was thinking for bobsled but could they be used on wheeled rack too? all are marked 116 or 911, LOL. anyone know manufacture of these? thanks for any help.
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i found out after all these years these were from a galloway horse drawn wagon gear. i still got them.
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I found technically they're called stakes, used at the ends of the bolsters.
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> mschreiber - at PAMA, we have some interest in sled runners, AND Galloway - we have a manure spreader that was made by Gallaway. We have one or two heavy wagons with sleigh runners instead of wheels - Warren Paulson had a thing for them. In fact, he had a horse-drawn hearse with sleigh runners that was used (per his wishes) to transport him to his final resting place. Mostly, PAMA is about maintaining the collection of artifacts Warren left us, in order to educate the public, particularly young people, about the history of agriculture and innovations in agriculture that made our lives better.
Mike at PAMA - Paulson Ag Museum of Argyle.
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please post when the next open house is gonna be. i'd like to visit.
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We are trying real hard to establish the 1st Saturday each month.
We had some struggles earlier this year, but we have a few months to go and we've had some success so it's not as hard to get board members to show up for it.
And, we will consider possibly moving to 2nd Saturdays next year - seems EVERYone and their brother tries for 1st Saturday for everything so there are a lot of constant conflicts.
Check facebook.
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looking forward to next open house September 8
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