2019 sees the Vintage Area move to a brand new location, offering more space to display their huge collection of vintage, classic and modern vehicles and equipment, with plenty of opportunities to speak with the experts, for kids to sit-on some of the tractors as well as enjoy and tractor-trailer ride. And make sure you pack your camera as these stunning pieces of machinery will be displayed in all their glory!
Located next to the Society Building, you can expect to find:
- At least three steam engines including Maggie ,the oldest steaming agricultural engine in Europe, if not the World! Built by Richard Hornsby in 1878 and now owned by Clive and Alison Hartright of Kintbury .
- Claton and shuttleworth agricultural engine, Atlantia .
- Two road rollers and a number of miniatures
- Saw mill demonstration
- Thrashing demonstration
- Stationary barn engines
- Historic farm tractors from at least 1919
- Vintage and classic cars
- Roadless tractors ,celebrating a hundred years in production
- Coynty tractors and Fordson, celebrating ninety years
- Tractor rides at various times throughout the weekend (weather permitting)