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Harvester being used at Eathie farm
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Harvester being used at Eathie farm

Picture added on 06 November 2003
I think the man driving this is my uncle Billy Thomson.
Added by Emma-Jane Woodward [nee Pendle] on 20 January 2004
Yes that is my husband Billy Thomson when he worked at Newton Farm for Bill Campbell. I would recognise that thatch of hair anywhere!!!!!!
Added by Flora Thomson. on 10 February 2004
Yes that is my Dad - I can reconise him anywhere.
Added by Hamish on 19 May 2005
Glad to see he can control a weapon of a machine like that! Don't think I would be able to handle it!!
Added by William Thomson on 11 June 2005
This picture appears to be taken at Newton and not Eathie!
Added by Iain Macleod on 12 February 2007
the good old clayson what a beast
Added by Hamish Thomson on 23 March 2007
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