One for the boys
Fascinated by old machinery
Stephen McGrath fixing a wagon wheel.
Marlborough Vintage Farm and Machinery Society open day at Brayshaw Park.
Roger Schroder with a 1951 Ferguson.
Nathan Boon pictured on a 1950 Tea Ferguson with the original bucket attachment.
Aakash Singh (3) and Sanjiv Singh (4) check out an old John Deere.
Dale Donald pictured with a 1930 International Harvester Haybaler. Mr Donald worked on a similar machine when he was ten years old and has been working with them ever since.
Rod Clark fires up his lovingly restored Little Jumbo that was built in the USA in 1910.
John Sutherland and granddaughter Hayley Sutherland, 3, check out the frost forming on the circa 1920's Auddiffren Refrideration Unit.
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Techniques, tools, equipment and machinery of yesteryear were on display during an open day for the Marlborough Vintage Farm and Machinery Society at Brayshaw Park in Blenheim on Sunday.
Visitors young and old, from near and far, took up the chance to see the many vintage tractors and machinery on display or in action.
- The Marlborough Express
Is the region better served by having multiple events over one weekend or spread out throughout the year?
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