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We must have driven past this monument several times looking for it. We were expecting something a bit bigger. It was in the centre of an intersection, which was different. We had to laugh once we found it. We were disappointed.
The people of Wentworth built this monument in honour of theTEA20 Harry Ferguson Tractor which was involved in the building the levee banks to protect the town from the huge 1956 floods.
It is interesting to note that the cairn of rocks on which the...More
the monument mentioned here is a tiny tractor in middle of roundabout. but there are also quite a few more to interest the tourist. at fotherby park is a fergie tractor onto of a pole plus many more bits of machinery. at the crown hotel...More
Yes, it's a tractor monument, and pretty small, but it does have historical significance in Wentworth. Take a look as you go to see the confluence of the Murray and Darling rivers, which is really interesting as they are different colours.