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TasCowboy 367212 138 New Machinery Shed either
New Machinery Shed
A new machinery shed constructed on a friend's farm at Perth, in Northern Tasmania, taken in October 2003.

The building on the left is the shearing shed.
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From a bit further around, showing another angle.
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Another angle, from straighter, looking through into the other part of the farmyard.
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This is how the old tractor shed looked back in 1988.

The new shed shown in the above pictures is built on the same site.

This shed had been there for a long time.
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TC, the new shed looks good, although the old shed didn't look too bad.

Is the new shed just for tractors and machinery?
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The old shed had been there a long time JCB & it wasnt high enough to get a cabbed tractor in (the 698T in the pic or the 3095 that replaced it).

Yes, the new shed is only used for tractors, the truck & machinery + some fertilizer (bulk 1 tonne bags on pallets) & seed (25 & 50 kg bags, on pallets).
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