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Old Farm Equipment in Weeks, NV
Nevada

Some of the old farm equipment that sits out in a field in Weeks, Nevada.  It's fun to poke around these old relics and the collapsing barn.  The old Weeks farmhouse across the street was recently fixed up and made into a museum.  I didn't get to see it, it was closed when I was passing through.

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Uploaded: 06/02/2013
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Tags: weeks; nevada; tracks; buckland; station; barn; cottonwood; fence; farm; equipment; tractor; harvester
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