That museum is just across the street from the George Eastman Museum where I work. Iíll have to go and look into their photo collection.
Great photo. Thank you for posting it. Are those tracks on the T on left?
I see no tracks.
Can you imagine how many times that wheel was cranked to raise and lower the blade!
And I bet that was the slowest snow removal job on earth! I agree with Tim...wow what a way to raise/lower that blade. Bet that dude was totally wore out by the time he was done.
Nice pic Dan!
What I find interesting also, is that it appears to have a license plate on it. Wouldn't expect one of those on a tractor. - Matt
It sure beat a shovel!
ID the tractor ? Anyone ?
I ran a small old Caterpillar with all mechanical (no hydraulics) controls on the blade for an afternoon once. You'd be surprised how efficient it actually is.
The tractor is a commercial Fordson.