Oshkosh snow plow movie
Model P-2025 Oshkosh plow truck, with Cat. 1673 C engine. 5 and 4 tranny.
12 ft. benching wing and large one way plow. It is a 1972.
1971 Walter Snow Fighter
Walter plow opening road in upstate NY after the St. Valentines Day Storm
of 2007. When you see the snow come over the center of the "V", it's 6'
deep at that point. The truck is a 1971 Walter with a Frink V and 14'
wings. 300HP Cummins & Allison Automatic.
Snowplow Alley! History of snowplows in Maine!
A featured video of the Cole Land Transportation Museum, details the
history of snowplowing in Maine with interviews of former Coles Express
drivers and and old snowplow footage.
Taken from the Cole Museum video archives, it is also available for sale on
DVD with a 28 minute tour of the museum. You can visit www.colemuseum.org
for more information. Video is copyright of the Cole Land Transportation
Museum and is used here by permission.
Narrated by Lowell Kjenstad, curator and trusted friend of the museum.
Oshkosh plowing test run
This is my 1962 Oshkosh M-4815. I am plowing my driveway. I don't have
the brakes working yet so I don't move to fast.
(HD) PanAm Railways Snow Plow Extra and an Empty Oil Train
*Watch in HD*
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2/10/2013 (Day After Blizzard Nemo)
This was a tricky chase! I didn't know where to start... I heard this plow
extra was on its way to Brunswick on the scanner. When we got to Brunswick,
they said on the scanner they were going back west. That worried me a bit
because when I heard that, we were still on the Interstate and didn't know
if we'd make it in time. We made it to Grant Road with a few minutes to
spare. After Grant Road, it got a bit harder becasue I am not too familiar
with the Brunswick/Freeport area. The traffic was slow through there which
made it harder to keep up, too. We caught up to it again at Mill Road and
had seconds to spare! After that, we went to Intervale Road where we met
the Empty Oil Train.
*Note: Mill Road was shaky becasue we made it as soon as the crossing
At Intervale Road, the Empty Oil Train took the mainline and passed the
snow plow that was on the siding. The plow came through after the oil train
The second location is Mill Road in North Yarmouth, ME and the third is
Intervale Road in New Gloucester, ME.
*Thank you to my dad for driving me around and helping take some video
while I took photos. He took the video at Mill Road and Intervale Road
(Locations at 0:50 & 1:20 in the video) while I took pictures