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Harry Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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Ferguson working day (pics)

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samn40

06-30-2013 05:39:01




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We had an excellent Ferguson working day here in Northern Ireland yesterday, at The Ulster Folk Museum, Cultra, Belfast. This is a working/living open air museum and definitely worth taking time to visit if any of you ever get to visit our wee country. The houses were all dismantled stone by stone from around the country and rebuilt as they would have been around 1900........This is the advertising sign on the main Belfast to Bangor road (as opposed to Belfast to Bangor Maine!....LOL)



The scene in the 'town square'



loading dung with a teaspoon loader



And the same on the other side of the spreader


A poliitical campaign!



More pics from the Square



Mowing hay with a Ferguson mid mounted mower



Simon from the Netherlands using the potaoto spinner


Hope you enjoy these pics......Sam

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Jeff-oh

07-01-2013 03:32:04




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to samn40, 06-30-2013 05:39:01  
Sam,

In the first Picture. What is that big backend showing in the middle of the picture?

It looks to be a TE on more steroids than a Russian Weight Lifter.



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Tony in Mass.

07-01-2013 15:18:23




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to Jeff-oh, 07-01-2013 03:32:04  
I think it is just an optical illusion... or one of Sam's famous faux fergies... like General Patton's inflatable armored division...
I feel sorry for that ol van, I think I saw that one in an old Peter Seller's movie.



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Maineman

07-01-2013 18:10:23




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to Tony in Mass., 07-01-2013 15:18:23  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

If your thinking of the one where he drove it into the pool, that was a three wheel van.

Joe



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samn40

07-01-2013 03:48:19




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to Jeff-oh, 07-01-2013 03:32:04  
Look again Jeff, the pic was taken from an upstairs window and that tractor is elevated.....an optical illusion! Sam



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gtractorfan

06-30-2013 18:11:34




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to samn40, 06-30-2013 05:39:01  
Back when I was young dad had a Fergy 30 and a formerly horse drawn spreader that had the front spreader wheels removed and rubber tires on the back. It was tongue heavy with the front wheels off. When it was hooked to the Fergy and you engaged the ground driven apron chain and beaters, starting out the Fergy did wheel stands. It was fun!



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Tony in Mass.

06-30-2013 16:38:55




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to samn40, 06-30-2013 05:39:01  
And I thought Bangor was in Wales??? You aren't already digging potatoes are you? Or just for show??



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Langus

06-30-2013 10:10:13




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to samn40, 06-30-2013 05:39:01  
Thanks for posting these Sam! I enjoy seeing the tractors in their "natural habitat!"



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2tractors

06-30-2013 08:28:50




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to samn40, 06-30-2013 05:39:01  
Thanks Samn, way better than the Savannah farmers market, 4 johnny poppers,case, 2cubs, a high crop international and an 8n. Better check your shoes!!



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Trac

06-30-2013 08:09:35




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to samn40, 06-30-2013 05:39:01  
Great pics. i do like the political campaign LOL.



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s19438

06-30-2013 06:00:48




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to samn40, 06-30-2013 05:39:01  
thanks and hope you did not get any on ya.



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Maineman

06-30-2013 07:35:22




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to s19438, 06-30-2013 06:00:48  
Thanks for the photos! Is that a hillman van? I am particularly impressed with the Fergie on the banana lift!

Joe



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samn40

06-30-2013 10:37:29




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 Re: Ferguson working day (pics) in reply to Maineman, 06-30-2013 07:35:22  
The van is an Austin A55 . Some Ferguson dealers used Standard Vanguard vans as they used the same Standard engine as was in the tractors, but Harry himself was the main importer of Austin cars and commercials into Norn Iron and most Ferguson dealers also sold Austin cars so it was a natural choice to use the A55. Sam



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