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Threshing – 1910

Connacht Tribune 15th October, 1910 p4

Threshing Machine In Action Photo: Ben Franske Wikimedia Commons
Threshing Machine In Action
Photo: Ben Franske
Wikimedia Commons

The topic of the hour in Duras is the Loughrea Threshing machine that did such wonderful work for a local farmer and a Caherglissane grazier. Some say it belonged to Tener, was commissioned by Ludlow, and worked by Bartly Naughton. Fahy was written in letters as red as blood on the car, and Mr Skehill was in command.

Author:

B.A., M.A.(Archaeology); Regional Tour Guide; Dip. Radio Media Tech; H.Dip. Computer Science.

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