Fyodor Blinov

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1894-97 portrait of Blinov

Fyodor Abramovich Blinov (1827–1902) was Russian inventor who introduced one of the first tracked vehicles (a wagon on continuous tracks) in 1877 (patented in 1879), and then developed his idea and built the first steam-powered continuous track tractor for farm usage (1881-1888). His self-propelled crawler was successfully tested and displayed at farmer's exhibition in 1896.

The draft of Blinov's steam-powered continuous track tractor

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