Farm Machinery Preservation Society Working Day 2004
Gt Henny Sudbury
Thanks go to Mark, Dick and Colin Cracknell For allowing F.M.P.S. to once again put on a great show of working farm machinery.
Unfortunately the weather, while starting off fine always threatened to rain (which it did from around 2pm onward) and I think that put a lot of people off so the public attendance was I am afraid poor.
|This is Norman Wasteney's very original Blackstone. A lot of effort goes in to transporting and running an engine like this.||This is a Case with a very interesting history, used by the RNLI to pull Lifeboats out of the sea around Suffolk.||A very nice Crossley running sweetly.||An American Half track, I do not know any of its history.|
|Peter Earl's lovely CS "Startomatic" Generator.||Tom Fisher's 1930 Ruston & Hornsby AP 2.5hp driving a Lister H2 Spray pump.||The Tractor line||I did know what this was when I took the picture, someone will remind me.|
|A Canadian Witte Drag saw||And another view||This is a Wolseley "WD" driving an unusual Wolseley Pump.|
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