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How to Use an Iron Horse ~ by WoodlandsTV

By woodlandstv

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Here we see Iain setting up and using an Iron Horse to extract timber from the woodland. This system is ideally suited to a small-scale woodland - the Iron Horse has agility and strength but low ground pressure so does less damage to the woodland floor; it also enables manoeuvrability within a dense woodland and helps both with loading and unloading the timber stack - especially if you are working alone to clear timber. An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 19 October, 2017

10 comments so far

Love2boat92
October 19, 2017

Thats a really cool machine.

danny sulyma
October 19, 2017

I wish Id owned one in years past as I could have saved a lot of money by skidding logs out such as this instead of hiring helicopters to fly them out.

alaskankare
October 19, 2017

awesome…although I would find someway to ride that sucker! 🙂

Shane K
October 19, 2017

Looks like the starting point for a cool ATV tank.

Shane K
October 19, 2017

What's the price on those babies?

MrLotrecht
October 19, 2017

wow ,save horses use iron ones!

MakeDoAndMend1
October 20, 2017

I think the original Iron Horse and Chore Horse was introduced 1930,s and mainly made of Iron for generating electricity and powering water pumps, washing machines and powering lights in milking sheds in the outback. Canada, Australia. George

Matt Allen
October 23, 2017

That's a lot better than many of the other solutions out there!

Joe Blow
October 27, 2017

Always felt that these needed operator platforms, to have your machine and workload engaged and traveling at the operator who is on foot in less than ideal terrain is scary. Is that a Jonsred?

K Wallace
October 31, 2017

Would love a shot! Have seen photos of them before but never noticed just how wide the tracks are.

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