Conventional ploughing with a 1974 Belarus DT-75M crawler and Dowdeswell DP5 4f plough. These crawlers were sold in the UK under the 'Belarus' name but were actually made in Russia by the Volgograd Tractor Factory. A 4-cyl engine produced 101.5hp and they used a very unique sprung undercarriage with tank-style tracks.
Haynes Construction uses a pair of International TD30s to carve out a part of Interstate I-40 in North Carolina, USA. Both cable and hydraulically equipped machines are in use with the machine on the left fitted with an Ateco radial ripper #internationalharvester#classiccrawler
Are you a Bronco fan? What does it mean to be a fan of Broncos? Is it just the aesthetics that draw you in? How about the rugged performance they offer off road? For me it's more than that. It's roots & history. This picture reminds me that Broncos are more than good looks and capability. It's about family and where we came from. The Monster Garage Bronco is cool but it will never be cooler than when it's posing next to an Icon like Pony Express. It's like Kevin Bacon getting his picture taken with James Dean. --------------------------------------------- #jamesduff#dufftuff#bronco#classiccrawler#monstergaragebronco#ford#fordbronco#fordracing#swidt#ydek#dontcallmemister#supercelebration
Arguably the pinnacle of British crawler production - the Track Marshall 155. This one was making light work of a period Miles Drainage Ltd single leg mole drainer yesterday. Steel track crawlers are still favoured for mole draining by many due to the constant even pull they provide, creating a perfect mole channel.