I was being watched (again)


1947 KB6 International fire truck at Parkin, Arkansas

"OLE MOTHER," a.k.a. Unit 1 of the Parkin, Arkansas Fire Department, a 1947 International Harvester KB6 Fire Truck.The truck is in operable condition despite its age. When it operates these days, it is part of a parade, not a fire fighting mission.

This week, we are sending you back in time to May 31, 2010, when I stumbled across this fine old fire truck at Parkin, Arkansas. Getting the shot was part of a two day trek during which I was under surveillance from the denizens of the areas where I was shooting.

In one case, the local police followed me out of town. Click here to see the original post including more of the old fire truck, a long since abandoned old hangar, an old service station converted to a museum, and a couple of tall buildings shimmering in light after a rain storm.

Old fire truck at Parkin AR

Click on the truck for more pictures

See where the story started on the Photo of the Week page at Corndancer dot com where you can see a nice side view of the old truck, a peek inside the cab, a the ancient “Triple-Diamond” International Harvester Truck logo.
Joe Dempsey,
Weekly Grist for the Eyes and Mind

http://www.joedempseycommunications.com/
http://www.joedempseyphoto.com/
http://www.corndancer.com/joephoto/photohome.html

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