Morrowville, Kansas: Replica of World's First Bulldozer

Built in Morrowville in 1923 -- an oak blade mounted on a Fordson tractor -- it no longer exists. But the town has an exact replica of it in Cummings Park.

Cummings Park

Oak St., Morrowville, KS
The bulldozer is in a little wire-enclosed shelter in Cummings Park, which is downtown, on Oak St., two blocks west of Hwy 15, on the northwest corner of Oak and Main Sts.
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First Bulldozer

Morrowville, on K-15 south of the Nebraska border is home (according to a sign there) of the first bulldozer invented. Saw it when passing thru from Fairbury, Nebraska.

[Wayne Allison, 07/23/1998]

Built in 1923, it stands in Cummings Park -- an oak blade mounted on a Fordson tractor.

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