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Friday, September 7, 2018
Avebury, UK, 1930's, assortment
In the 1930's, a wealthy man named Alexander Keiller was doing archeological work in and near Avebury, UK. They used these three wheelbarrows (along with other and odder equipment). I took the photo from an image in the museum in Avebury.
Looks like there's a wooden wheel (probably iron clad), a rubber wheel, and a continuous track / tank tread on two wheels.