11 November, 2021

ford 4600 tractor

 heading on to Main Street, Falcarragh, which is about 21 km north of Bunbeg. 




40 comments:

  1. How high! Will it be stable?!
    A well-balanced day, Bill.
    ~~~

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  2. I like it! The tractors here have a much bigger front.

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  3. You get good vision seated so high up.

    God bless.

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  4. I would say a real rural village here. Nice street photography Bill.

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  5. Makes me wish I had had my camera with me yesterday afternoon when a farmer was out on his machine thrashing the soybeans in his field.

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  6. More compact than here. The front especially.

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  7. Sempre tão imaginativo!
    Um grande beijinho, Bill!
    Megy Maia🌳🍂🌲

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  8. Reminds me of the village where I was born, where one man used to bring his children to school on the tractor sometimes. He also used to take his wife to the village shop, then leave her to carry the bags of shopping back on her own!

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  9. I'll have to keep my eyes peeled for tractors!

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  10. The header is fabulous!
    I would like to drive that tractor...

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  11. What a cute tractor! Now that’s not a phrase you say very often!

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  12. It would definitely make me nervous driving one of these. So many accidents we have of farmers out in the country driving them on roads..usually, it's somebody from the city who doesn't know what to do when they see a tractor.

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  13. An interesting looking tractor.

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  14. "Sutje" comes to mind, Northern German for "slow" :-)

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  15. Hola Bill, donde vivo hay muchos tractores.
    Feliz día.
    Un abrazo

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  16. Looks a bit like a kid's toy ;-D
    All the best from Austria,
    Traude
    https://rostrose.blogspot.com/2021/11/baby-vorfreude-und-herbst-genuss.html

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  17. Something that I don't see on our streets in the city.

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  18. Hola! los tractores donde vivo son muy comunes, algunos son enormes! Saludos

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  19. Alguna faena agrícola le estará esperando.

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  20. Tractor looks nice (its color also nice) and clean. Is it going to working on the farm?

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  21. I can almost hear it. Thanks too for answering my question.

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  22. The contrast of tractors on city streets with other vehicles

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  23. Well that certainly something we don't see here very often.

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  24. This looks just like the Ford tractors found in the U.S. but here farmers are less likely to drive them into town.

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  25. Aqui os tratores são bem maiores, mas achei lindos esses do seu país.

    Te desejo uma boa noite, Bill.
    Um abraço.

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  26. The huge tractors in Ireland and England amazed. Here in these hills the smaller tractors, with wide-stance wheels, are preferable. In the large river bottomlands, though, there are some behemoths similar to those we saw overseas.

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  27. This is a common sight where I live.
    Like the blue color. I see mostly orange and green here.

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  28. We see them with trailers carrying sugarcane mainly on some selective highways if not in the fields.

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  29. Are You Kidding Me - What A Vintage Relic There Mr Bill - Way Cool - Excellent Capture

    Cheers

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  30. Good tractor and won't he slow the traffic down as he goes along.

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  31. That's how you know you live in a farming community.

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  32. I love tractors and nice blue.

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  33. A sweet little town -- what fun getting to know your new area -- especially since it seems to have charming places just made for your photos! Thanks for sharing.

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  34. It must ve very old but still working:)

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  35. Um pequeno trator... mas que certamente estará habilitado a fazer o mesmo que outros, um pouco maiores! Proporcionou duas excelentes imagens!
    Um grande abraço!
    Ana

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