Re: Vintage Farm Equipment...

Hello Jan;
Great photos. And a good source of model information.
Do you by any chance have photos of Massey or Massey Ferguson equipment from
Canada too?
Ian Mathers
Yellowknife, NT Canada
For those of you who have been doing some agri modelling on your layout,
I've provided four new galleries of vintage farm
equipment at Castle Graphics. I've tried to maintain some sort of
chronological order to it for those who may be trying to
stick to a timeframe.
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Ian G. Mathers
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Nice pictures. Did you go to Denton? Were these pictures from last year or last weekend?
I've provided four new galleries of vintage farm
chronological order to it for those who may be trying to
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Joe
Not yet, but I plan to add to the gallery as I get stuff scanned in...
Cheers!
Jan
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ROTFL
Last weekend...hotter than heck, and pretty expensive to boot. Lot's of stuff, but not sure I'll attend next year...
Cheers!
Jan
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ROTFL
I went last year; thought I'd die from the heat. I wonder if they'd consider opening their one day a year around October 15th instead of July 4th.....
stuff, but not sure I'll attend next year...
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Joe
On Sat, 05 Jul 2003 18:16:57 GMT, "Jan Kohl" shared this with the world:
provided four new galleries of vintage farm
chronological order to it for those who may be trying to
Nice pictures. Again. You've got a good eye.
For anyone who can't get enough of the old farm machinery, there is a good collection at:
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And the CPR mainline goes right past their grounds, for your railfanning convenience.
Kent
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Kent Ashton
Well thanks, Ken. Nice link to the museum, as well.
At times, it's difficult to have the "good eye" perspective...is it just me, or are some people about as perceptive of their surroundings as a lump of coal?
If I'm walking around at something like this, and come upon someone with a camera held up to their face, trying to take a picture, I'll stop and wait until they're done before walking across. I also understand that you'll not see everyone and occasionally cross someone's camera view, but I think most people make allowances for that. But you'll have some bozos just brush right past you (you standing with your camera to your face), to carefully arrange their kid in front of the vehicle YOU were just trying to photograph, and take their own picture.
Maybe I'm just getting old and crochety. Or maybe me and crowds don't mix on a nasty 100-degree-in-the-shade day. Actually, me and crowds don't mix well on most days... :)
Cheers!
Jan
provided four new galleries of vintage farm
chronological order to it for those who may be trying to
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