Looks like a young Dave Huson! LOL
i'd like to see the era correct machine that cut that out! i have an old home made snow plow that is mostly t, probably all t when built, but upgraded as years past. its a t frame, willys motor, plymouth radiator, 55 gal. drum hood, t frame rails support the wooden plow, a narrowed t rear end with one rm brake on one end, and a pulley on the other runs the cable to lift it all, a rocky m. rear aux trans for final drive,after its gone thru 2 other transmissions. i need to post a pic some time, love that down home engineering. all pre welder era.
Here is a picture of a machine that probably could do it, although it was designed for use on railroad tracks:
This picture was taken at the St. Louis Museum of Transport.
This was probably taken in the teen's at West Yellowstone, Montana.
Back in about 1950 an entire gang of track workers were chopped up in a rotary plow like the silver engine picture above on Donnar Pass, California. The snow banks were so high they could not climb out.
David G needs to chime in here. I know he has posted photos of early snow removal equipment on www.theoldmotor.com (if I remember the site address well enough). I seem to recall one from 1929 at least, a real monster.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2