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Vintage farm day at Bressingham

PUBLISHED: 20:11 23 July 2008 | UPDATED: 10:34 12 July 2010

ON Sunday Bressingham plays host to its annual Vintage Farm Day.

Steam and vintage diesel power will be on display with some farm machinery.

Visitors can see how previous generations coped with farming in a bygone era.

ON Sunday Bressingham plays host to its annual Vintage Farm Day.

Steam and vintage diesel power will be on display with some farm machinery.

Visitors can see how previous generations coped with farming in a bygone era.

Traction engines were the power houses of the farming world, many built locally by Charles Burrell of Thetford. Bressingham has a collection of its own, plus a visiting engine 'Oliver' which will be giving a steam powered wood sawing demonstration during Sunday.

The Dads Army Museum, and Bloom family gardens will also be open.


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