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    put to rest

    Long past it's use, it still has an artistic appeal.

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    Re: put to rest

    What a wonderful piece of engineering. The feeling I had was that it needed to be hitched up to a good pair of horses and dragged out to somewhere that provided a better backdrop. But I suspect that's not going to happen.

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    What is that thing. Is it for feeding out hay or mangel wurzels? Looking at the front it looks that used to be pulled by horses with the operator on the bent seat that is facing downwards. I would say circa 1920-30

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    Re: put to rest

    I've not seen one that looked quite like that but I think it's a honey wagon (manure spreader).

    I guess you could hitch it to a PS horse and take it out to the field with a full load?

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    Re: put to rest

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    What a wonderful piece of engineering. The feeling I had was that it needed to be hitched up to a good pair of horses and dragged out to somewhere that provided a better backdrop. But I suspect that's not going to happen.
    I was thinking the same thing. A shame, it's not out in a field somewhere.

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    Re: put to rest

    If you are going to try it then invest in some GOOD weather clothing, and a change of other clothing

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