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A tank pulling a Le torneau scraper

Discussion in 'Scrapers' started by Tinkerer, Feb 11, 2017.

  1. Tinkerer

    Tinkerer Senior Member

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    I thought this was kinda interesting. I was wondering if Scrubpuller is one of the operators !
    tank 2.png The following description was on the same page as the photo.
    Historic photographs of roads, tracks and bridges, Cooma to Kosciusko, New South Wales, 1930-1955.
     
  2. Scrub Puller

    Scrub Puller Senior Member

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    Yair . . .
    Fair go mate, I'm not that bloody old! (grins)
    Interesting photo, unusual to see a scraper of that vintage with such a stout looking sunshade . . . almost looks like a ROPS.
    Cheers.
     
  3. ih100

    ih100 Senior Member

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    Pretty sure that's post-1945, so it could be you, Scrub:)

    There were a few cut-down Sherman's in the UK, one or two in agriculture, some muck shifting. Wouldn't want to foot the fuel bill or keep 'em in shoes.
     
  4. Queenslander

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