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Brownsville,PA National Pike Show


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Old 08-14-2005, 10:20:27 AM
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Thumbs up Brownsville,PA National Pike Show

Great show. This was my first trip to the National Pike show. Well organized, something for everyone: small engines, large engines, tractors, antique construction equipment actually moving dirt, flea market, and great food.

Talked to many old friends and made some new ones.
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I've been there several times and it's one of my favorites. I love all the shovels!

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I also had a GREAT time!!!!!!!
Great people and a great show.
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Default Re: Brownsville,PA National Pike Show

Hi Leonard!
This was my 2nd time to Brownsville. It takes me 5 hours to get there but it's worth it, especially if you like old excavating equipment. Nice seeing ya there (I was on my Wheel Horse). Great show, great time. I would take my Oliver dozer if I didn't have to drag it 5 hours over those mountains and curves....
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