A personal blog by Ackworth born Gerald England who married a Lancashire lass, went West and now lives in Cheshire.
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with the economy, I'm sure their are many abandoned farms... such a shame@
Wow! What a shame. Great shot, though.
Sadly, it seems easy to find abandoned things these days. Terrific shot, Gerald, it says it all!Sylvia
Oh, a mystery shot! I wonder what is piled in front of the tractor. Very intriguing Gerald.
fantastic shot.cool T post!
And once upon a TIME, it was shiny and new...On behalf of the ABC Wednesday team, thank you! - ROG
There are tractor restoration people out here who would close to kill to restore that beauty. I have a 50+ year old massey ferguson, still in reasonable working order. They don't make things they way they used to.
Looks as if it might be a battery chicken farm with guano piled up in front!
That is just the coolest tractor.. I love this picture. I watercolor, and that's crying out to be painted.
Such a sad photograph!
strange nobody came and strip it down for spareparts.May be it still works, vroom!!!
Understatement of the year - at least the tractor seems to be abandoned.
I love this old tractor. I grew up on tractors in Kansas. Farmers can never let go of them. They're a part of the family. They just retire and sit in the pasture, getting older and more beautiful. More perfect.