Sitting in the operator’s seat of a bulldozer were Brantley Robertson and his grandfather, Tex Turner. (photo submitted by Anne Regan)
Sitting in the operator’s seat of a bulldozer were Brantley Robertson and his grandfather, Tex Turner. (photo submitted by Anne Regan)

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Touch a truck in Landrum

Published 10:25pm Thursday, October 3, 2013

Kids and their family swarmed the Landrum Library Oct. 1 for the Touch a Truck event where they got to experience big trucks and machinery used in emergencies, on farms and for large-scale construction projects.

While some kids held back, others climbed right on the machines and begged to hear the loud horns once more.

 

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