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(2/2/2013 7:40:08 AM)
RE:Massey Harris Implements.
Your first photo is a lovely period shot Tom, apparently it was the first M-H combine Massey brought into Lincolnshire and sold to a large farmer of the time. This photgraph has been used in both brochures and books over many years, including the tractor magazines of more recent years.
I find it very interesting to see the binder did more work in the field than the combine when this photo was taken, there are more stooks of sheaves than trails of straw from the combine!!
But I do know the combine worked for many years on the same farm, in the past I have seen some old cine film of it working at one of our tractor club meetings.
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