Cold Spring West Virginia

While journeying to Toledo for the 2006 NAMES show we passed through West Virginia on roads which I am sure don't even show on ordinary maps.  We stumbled on this interesting collection of farm machinery and stopped to look around.  We talked to a hard working woman who said that her Dad had started collecting pieces in 1949 up until he had passed away. There are no captions to write as nothing was identified so enjoy the pictures.


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               PICT0204.JPG (138021 bytes) Ok, caption required here.  L to R is my wife Terri,  Sasha and Bambi.