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Farm Old Implement Garden display.

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I've been marshaling at a clubman's rally today. The stage I was at is in a farm yard, right on the Scottish border, below Gretna Green.

Photo across the border to Springfield which ajoins Gretna Green

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In the farm house garden and in one or two places by buildings, is quite a collection of antique farm implements. Photo's below.

 

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Nice pics Norman the owner was my neighbour at the peat bog I bought some factory land off him he has a very large collection of interesting and obscure farming equipment, he used to be a member of a machinery club around Gretna I gave a talk there one night about peat harvesting.

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Thanks for the pics Norm. Well laid out garden with interesting implements. Imagine a 'Forth Bridge Painting' regime to keep them all fresh looking like that.

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