DescriptionPictured is a plant truck parked at the scale house at Seabrook Farms. John Fuyuume explains: 'The trucks would drive onto the platform scale to be weighed fully loaded, and [then] after discharging their product, would return to the scale to be weighed empty. The difference in the two weights was the amount of the product delivered. In those days the peas came on the trucks in lug boxes...' [Excerpt from John Fuyuume's 'I remember summers at Seabrook as a college student.'] After weighing in, the trucks would deliver the produce to the processing plant.