Tractors, and other work vehicles
1939 Case Tractor
1939 USAF Case tractor now at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio
1939 USAF Case tractor now at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio
1939 USAF Case tractor now at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio
1939 USAF Case tractor now at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio
This is a 1939 Case tractor donated to us by the United States Air Force. Tractors like this were used to help prepare and maintain runways and other facilities throughout WWII. We even have a picture of it when it was on display at Lackland AFB. It was prepared for storage very well. When we decided to relocate it, because it's previous, once prominent location had become a shaded picnic area near to a new concrete slab for a future building, the wheels and gears turned freely, despite years of inactivity. This leads adventurous souls to wonder if it could not be got going again.
1946 John Deere Model H Tractor
1946 John Deere Model H tractor as found by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor as found by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor as found by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor parts as found by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor as found by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor parts under restoration by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor parts under restoration by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor under restoration by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor under restoration by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor under restoration by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor under restoration by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor under restoration by Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in 2002
1946 John Deere Model H tractor with Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in October 2012 on the day he donated it to the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio
1946 John Deere Model H tractor with Leroy Hagendorf in Weimar, Texas, in October 2012 on the day he donated it to the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio
1946 John Deere Model H tractor being guided by Vicky Kincaid onto a trailer belonging to Daniel Bratcher in October 2012 on the day the tractor was donated it to the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio
1946 John Deere Model H tractor at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio in October 2012 with Vicky Kincaid, Steve Campa and Daniel Bratcher
1946 John Deere Model H tractor and toy replica at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio in November 2012
1946 John Deere Model H tractor at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio in November 2012
1946 John Deere Model H tractor at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio in November 2012
1946 John Deere Model H tractor at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio in November 2012
1946 John Deere Model H tractor and John Deere 310B back-hoe / front-end loader at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio in November 2012
1946 John Deere Model H tractor being driven at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio in November 2012 by Hugh Hemphill
1946 John Deere Model H tractor giving rides at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio in November 2012
1946 John Deere Model H tractor at work at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio in November 2012
New tires for the 1946 John Deere Model H tractor, January 2013
1946 John Deere Model H tractor back at work, February 2013
Chldren enjoying TTM's 1946 John Deere Model H tractor, April 2013
Repairing the road following heavy ran using the 1946 John Deere Model H tractor, June 2013
1946 John Deere Model H tractor giving hay rides during "Santa's Railroad Wonderland, 2013
Jason Wahl returning the 1946 John Deere Model H tractor after restoring it at his own property, March 2014
This John Derre Model H tractor was donated to the museum in 2012 by Leroy & Margie Hagendorf. Leroy acquired in it terrible shape ten years earlier and restored it beautifully. To quote from the 1939 company brochure introducing the new type, "The Model H was manufactured to "meet the demands of small-acreage farmers everywhere for a tractor that will handle all power jobs at rock-bottom cost, and meet the demands of the large-acreage farmers who have always wanted and needed economical auxiliary power to handle lighter farm jobs." The museum will use the tractor to pull hay rides at special events and certain yard work duties around our large property.
1948 Ford 8N tractor
1948 Ford 8N tractor at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio
1948 Ford 8N tractor at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio
Steve Campa working on the 1948 Ford 8N tractor at the Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio
Steve Campa with the 1948 Ford 8N tractor he got working again, December 2012
TTM's Ford 8N tractor with newly acquired box blade for unpaved road maintenance, Feb 2013
Anton Hajek giving customers a ride using a borrowed Ford 8N tractor
Ford 8N tractor during Santa's Railroad Wonderland, 2013
This 1948 Ford 8N tractor is one of the most recent acquisitions at the Texas Transportation Museum. It was acquired with the generous assistance of local lawyer and museum member Anton Hajek. The 8N was introduced as a replacement for the venerable Fordson, one of which a group of local Ford Model T enthusiasts recently found axle deep in mud and which they hope to restore. The 8N will be used both for hard work and play. It can accommodate a brush hog to help keep our large grass areas under control and a box blade for road maintenance. It will also be used at our Halloween and Christmas shows to provide hay rides.
1983 John Deere 210 Front-end loader / back-hoe
1983 John Deere front-end loader / back-hoe
1983 John Deere front-end loader / back-hoe
TTN;s two John Deere tractors
Not the prettiest thing at TTM, this piece of heavy duty equipment is a sight for sore eyes when hard work is on the agenda. We use it to maintain the roads, the tracks, clear brush, dig holes and, on occasion, to retrieve other vehicles when they get bogged down around the property.
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