Found this....some sort of plow. My first thought was it was farm equipment, but the more I look at it, I don't know for sure. None the less, it is located near Concord Street in Inver Grove Heights, one block south of Highway 494, take a left and you've made it.
I have no idea what is is either, but it sure looks interesting.
I sure hope the information in the forum is right: Happy birthday, Steve! Hope you have a great day!
Thank you Hilda, it is my birthday!
It seems like a weird DIY plow, but it could also be a sleigh :)
Given that it's sitting in front of the City of South St. Paul Municipal Service Center (the sign is partial visible in the photo), I suspect that it's a Stockland Road Grader that SSP used for road maintenance.
From the operator's seat, you can see two six-inch diameter round ends on the left and right sides that are stamped with:
Stockland Road Machinery Co.
Pat. Jan. 5, 1915
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