What a great place to go to, especially for an antique collector or a tinkerer.I could see myself in this place.Cool share, Rose!Have a Happy Week!Peace :)
Lots of antiques to see. Have a happy day!
Excelente trabalho e boas fotografias.Um abraço e uma óptima Terça-Feira.
These are some great exhibits. I love looking at rusty cogs, gears and flywheels though I've no idea why as I don't understand how any of it works.
Wow, the Hart-Parr Tractor Company dates back to 1897. No flat tires on this baby. Neat rusting, dusting stuff here.
Wow! These are fascinating pieces of machinery but that last well is a colossus! Great place to visit!
Makes me think of all the different industries it took to build these things.
I don't know what must of them are, but they make great photos! Have fun with Lorelei.
Hello, wonderful captures from the farm museum. I am sure they were all grand items to have back in the day!Enjoy your time with Lorelei! Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!
That first one looks like something my Dad would have set up to get the job done.
Everything looks so interesting and I wonder how they worked in former times.A very nice museum.
Very nice farm museum photos.Wishing you and Lorelei lots of fun! The weather is delightful.
Interesting machines. A good occasion to discover the past.
what a great museum this is! i drove by a tractor trailer hauling tires the other day and one was as big as that wheel. i was wondering what it would go on!
Lorelei comes first for sure. This is a great collection of interesting things.
Interesting old machinery!
Great looking old machinery. Like that last one!
Lots of antiques and treasures. The history on some of those items would be fascinating.
I really like that big red wheel, whatever it is!
You'd better not be blogging while you have that young lady's undivided attention! ;)
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