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Overturned tractor at Rosefarm
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Overturned tractor at Rosefarm

Gerry Smith in shot.
Picture added on 13 October 2011 at 16:59
I love it! wonder who the guy in-the david brown romper suit is?
Added by Colin Morrison on 14 October 2011
Gerry was my Uncle. I have only just seen photos of him recently, I'm still stunned at how he looks like my Dad his brother Charles!
Added by David Smith on 01 August 2020
Gerry was an intresting character!used to drob a boiling of crabs and stuuf to him. His love of growing plants extended to the police station garden and i bet sill remembered today in Cromarty.
Added by Colin Morrison on 11 August 2020
LOL Colin Morrison I heard that story too! My Dad was a keen Gardner too.
Added by David Smith on 14 August 2020
I remember the herbal plants Gerry grew in police garden- only he could get away with that 🤣🤣
Added by Sue florence on 16 August 2020
The overturned County Tractor Reg JJS966 was the 12th of its kind built & the first one in Scotland.
It belonged to G.S Richardson, Gledfield Ardgay.
Does anyone know if Gerry owned this tractor when this photo was taken ?
Added by Ian McC on 04 August 2022
Eh, probably not. Most likely saying I quit.
Added by Colin morrison on 06 August 2022
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