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Harvest at Rosefarm in 1946
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Harvest at Rosefarm in 1946

Tsk. Tsk. Women driving a tractor. (Just joking Flora ;)
Picture added on 11 October 2011 at 16:18
Bright's youngest sister, Rosemary, is driving the tractor aged 14 so it must have been 1947. I earned 7.5 pence an hour and was only allowed to drive in the fields between the stooks.
Added by Rosemary Airey (nee Middleton) on 12 October 2011
Oi whats wrong with women driving tractors ??? Im off to Easter Ross on saturday to take back the Quaich for ploughing for the 3rd year in a row so we can't be that bad at driving tractors !!!!
Added by Flora Thomson on 08 November 2011
Got the quaich and have it for keeps !!!!!
Added by Flora Thomson on 15 November 2011
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