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(2/14/2013 12:39:31 PM)
Thanks for the map info.
Last night I did a Google - Massey Harris Racine - and up came a useful site with a good map of the Racine area. Maybe this would mean something to you and to correlate with.
As regards the water towers there was a solitary tall one there when Malcolm and I passed by in 1997 after the 150th anniversary show. It had Massey Ferguson or MF boldly painted on it. We were only doing a quick drive past so to speak as we were on our way from the show back to the airport and we didn't really know where we were or what we were looking for in those days.
Maybe I can yet get someone to scavenge me a brick from the factory to add to my extinct Massey factory bricks collection? I additionally have an aluminium fire hydrant hose nozzle (here they call them branches for some reason unknown to me) marked MF out of the recently demolished MF tower block headquarters building in Coventry. If I had got there earlier then I could have salvaged more but I was only a week before they blew it up.
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