Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Rubbish Tuesday #16


A rusty relic in a lonely, old Texas town.




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18 comments:

  1. Oh I bet it labored hard in its day! Quaint little town too.

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  2. Why is it I love this kind of stuff so much? Maybe it's the stories they would be able to tell, for what ever reason ...nice shots.

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  3. A sad and lonely looking building and tractor. I wonder when was the last time someone drove that tractor for the last time.
    Hugs,
    JB

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  4. I agree with the Queen Jester...there are so many stories to tell of these pictures of things now long abandoned. The tires on the tractor don't look all that bad.

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  5. I always love old tractors...they pull at my heartstrings.

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  6. One of my favorite subjects, old tractors! This one looks a bit like an old Alice Chalmers. Nice! Thanks for linking up!

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  7. Makes me want to find someone who remembers what that area used to be like, and sit down to talk for a spell.

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  8. I'll be that tractor did a lot of work in it's day!

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  9. I love looking at pictures of old buildings - tractor is pretty interesting too.

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  10. There is something so interesting about those old rusty pieces! But then...I love all peely painted things!

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  11. I have such a soft spot for old tractors!

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  12. that could just as easily be any of the farms around the country side here too. amazing how things are the same sometimes, no matter where you are.

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  13. I want that old tractor! It needs a good home!!!

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  14. It's sad to watch an area deteriorate, isn't it?

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  15. It makes me want to make up a short story about the family that lived there..
    Thanks for the visit.

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  16. Nice shot of the old tractor.

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  17. Another reason to travel backroads. Hugs, Janet

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