West Virginia Backroads



These photos were taken at a park in West Virginia, where a collection of antique farm implements were displayed. There were probably over fifty different tractors, trucks, etc. on display.(* note the hand-crank on the front )https://westvirginiadaytripper.wordpress.com/2014/05/10/cool-springs


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13 comments:

  1. Taken in a park, in the UK we call it a scrapyard, if they were on show you thing they would take a bit more care of them even restoring them.

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    1. Bill, An old farmer collected these items and I'm sure he didn't have the funds for restoration. Click below for more info:

      https://westvirginiadaytripper.wordpress.com/2014/05/10/cool-springs/

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  2. It's a shame these haven't been restored - there is something special about these old vehicles.
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/08/sweetheart-in-sepia.html

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    1. This was a fun place to discover!

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  3. Such interesting relics of a by-gone era! May I ask which park? I am a native of West Virginia.

    Visiting from ww

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    1. Erika, It's called "Cool Springs Park nd it's in Rowelsburg, Preston County, W.V. between Elkins and Phippi. My husband is from Buckhannon, W.V.

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  4. Those are amazing shots! I love antique stuff - if only they could talk, the stories they could tell! :)

    WW: Technological Anomaly in the Wild

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    1. I always think that way about old stuff!!

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  5. Those vintage collections. Too bad they are rusting now.. I bet they looked fantastic during their days

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    1. I'm sure they did...all shiny and new!

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