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Old 10-22-2009, 02:26 PM
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Junkyard West of St. Paul

I was wondering if anyone on here has any info on a junkyard west of St. Paul?? Actually, I'm thinking it's closer to Loup City?? When we headed out to a truck pull in Broken Bow, and when I was on my way home from another pull, we spotted a bunch of stuff right off of Hwy 92 on the south side of the road. I'm not sure if it's actually a junkyard or just someone's personal 'collection', but we spotted quite a few Ford trucks just as we were driving past. We're going to be heading back out there this Spring so I was wondering if anyone had any info, as far as, who to contact about the stuff, and if a guy could check the stuff out without getting shot??!!
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Old 10-22-2009, 03:14 PM
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west of st paul would be a farm by farwell or farther west could be ansley, junction of hiway 2 & 92 on west side of town was a small junkyard ? more info needed
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I don't know the exact location, but I know it was not as far west as Ansley. You can't miss it though. It's on the south side of the road and the vehicles are scattered all over a couple of side hills. Starts right off the highway and runs probably a 1/4 mile south. If you take the gravel road south, all of the vehicle are on the west side of the road. Does that help you envision it any??
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Old 10-22-2009, 03:27 PM
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sounds like the farm by farwell, have never dealt with anyone there as no one was around the many times we stopped there, i can ask around
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the gravel road going south is on the east side of the place and you can see the cars and trucks better?? that one is farwell
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Yep, the road is east of the vehicles. We never drove down the road, but from what I could tell, you should be able to get a good look at stuff by doing so. Farewell must be the place. Any idea who owns that stuff or if any of it is for sale?? Sure seemed like it would be easy to find some good stuff there, but that's pretty easy for us guys
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no idea who owns them but i'll do some checking and message u if i find anything out
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there is a guy a mile east and a few south of Polk, Ne that has a bunch of old Ford trucks lined up. 40's, 50's, and up

don't know who it is though, but a lot that are restorable
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I have been there. There use to be a sign with the name on it by a large boat. I am originaly from Broken Bow, NE and have driven past that collection many times in the past, but not in the last 10 years.
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